New York City Holiday Windows, 2018

November 23rd, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

I went out to shoot pictures of the NYC holiday windows, but I feel like no one was really trying this year. It was so lack-luster everywhere I went. I think people are having a hard time mustering joy. Everything is such a mess, thanks to you know who, Mr. I-am-thankful-for-myself. I would have liked a window celebrating acts of decency that still take place regardless. But here is window from Bergdorf’s, and a shot in front of a tower that shall not be named:

Christmas Trees are Coming!

November 22nd, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

All over the City they are building stands for the Christmas trees that will soon go on sale. As a matter of fact, the trees are probably there RIGHT NOW, as I type. I can never have a tree because my cats go straight for the ornaments and break everything. But, it finally occurred to me, I could have a tree without ornaments, maybe just with lights. That just might work! The worst the cats could do is knock it over!!

Stormin’ Norman and Suzy singing Ocean of Love

November 20th, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

I always loved Stormin’ Norman and Suzy and this song in particular. I’m so happy that this video exists and I can see and hear them again. It holds up I think (I heard them when I was living in Boston in the 1970’s). I think I will also tweet it!

Virtual Choir 5

November 18th, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir participates in his latest composition: Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe. I am one of the singers. See if you can find me. I’m kidding. You’ll get the joke if you watch. It’s a beautiful piece, and the imagery is just stunning. It makes me want to visit a planetarium. Or the stars.


November 11th, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

My brother and I saw this when I drove up to see my father for the last time. He died early on Halloween morning, sadly. I don’t really feel like posting at length about it now. Maybe someday. He would have turned 90 on Christmas Eve, so he had a good long life. Not that even longer would have been better.