Sweet songs never last too long on broken radios. ~ Sam Stone ~ – John Prine We’ve lost a legend. An American icon. His tunes will live on for generations. I’m too sad to wrote more, so I’ll share his music. They say that music heals and lord almighty do we need healing now. John […]
One of my very talented friends designed these posters and I think they need mass distribution across America. Anyone have ideas? Kudos to Ben Ostrower from Wide Eye – really amazing work!
If you haven’t been following the #LiveFromHome challenge, I urge you to hop on social and check it out. There’s so much pandemic inspired amazing music happening and it’s incredible. Below is the amazing Akie Bermiss (from Lake Street Dive) performing his piano version of Vanessa Williams hit song “Save the Best for Last”. IMHO, […]
What back to school looks like in 2019, courtesy of Sandy Hook Promise.
This is the face of bravery. My children and my children’s children and their children will know the name Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
This TIME / Obama.org video is superb. President Barack Obama and the legendary civil rights icon John Lewis sit down to discuss the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Today marks the 50th anniversary since his assassination. Kudos to my friend (and great reporter) Philip Elliot, whose byline appears on the story. Some more powerful […]
My twin brother Matthew is a cool guy. And extremely handsome. He actually reminds me of myself, when I was younger. Over the past year or so, Matthew has made an epic transition into filmmaking. His journey started at The New School where he received a Certificate in Documentary Media Studies and where he produced […]