We went to Smalls Jazz Club. It was on Leslie’s Bucket List for our week in NYC. If you are in NYC, don’t miss Smalls. On our first visit we saw Ehud Asherie Solo Piano with Harry Allen on Tenor Sax. And then The Joris Teepe Group featuring David Kikoski on piano, Alex Sipiagin on … Continue reading
I’ve never been a big fan of Martha Stewart. But today Martha surprised me, so I may have to revise my position. More details to follow. In the meantime, back to our week in NYC. The good news is that we landed at JFK after a cross-country flight and my back felt fine. The bad news … Continue reading
My father nurtured one, and passed it on to me. And then in turn, I passed it down to my sons. It must be a Patek Philippe watch, right? You never actually own a Patek Philippe. You merely look after it for the next generation. Nope. In actual fact it’s a bad back. Which brings … Continue reading
Leslie and I just returned from a week in New York City. In the coming days I’ll be posting some NYC impressions and travel related items. We had a great time.
Hard as it is (for me) to believe, we began our blog one year ago today. And this is our 178th. post. But who’s counting. In honor of that Anniversary, I’d like to suggest that you check out some of our FAV posts. F2U Rio Linda, FAVS are items that I had the most fun composing, … Continue reading
The good news is that if a catastrophic event destroys mankind our investments will be extremely well managed after we are gone. The bad news is that the computers doing it may be trading for their own accounts instead of ours. This theater of the absurd scenario might be more plausible than you think, and occurred to me last … Continue reading
Get a grip, because I’m about to tell you how to double your money with no risk. While simultaneously bringing new meaning to the phrase, “go green”. Let’s talk recycling. Like me, I’m sure that many of your beer-drinking friends go on about the hundreds of dollars they ‘make’ by taking their crushed aluminum cans … Continue reading
Ah, the immigration debate ramps up again. It shouldn’t take a Rocket Scientist to figure out, that by definition, enforcement requires a way to distinguish between the legals and illegals. Common sense should tell you that the only way to do that on a day-to-day basis is with a National Identity Card authenticated by some … Continue reading