Ramble on New York Theatre in the time of COVID

You may have heard that Broadway has just confirmed that The Great White Way will be closed at least until Labor Day and perhaps longer. While disappointing, it is entirely understandable at this point. Until we get this plague under control few people are clamoring to crowd shoulder to shoulder into a building with strangers. … Continue reading Ramble on New York Theatre in the time of COVID

National Superhero Day in the Age of Pandemic

National Superhero Day was actually founded by Marvel Comics but today it has an entirely new cast. Our superheroes today are our doctors, hospital staff, nurses, first responders, pharmacists, police, fire fighters, EMTs, delivery drivers, restaurant workers, grocery store workers, and truck drivers. They are saving our butts today. Thank you. As always you can … Continue reading National Superhero Day in the Age of Pandemic

A comprehensive New York Times look at COVID-19 – and a couple of cute takes

Stuck inside, one of my obsessions has been reading about the global pandemic to find meaning and thoughtful insights about our future, instead of the noise and conspiracy theories that abound. The New York Times this weekend published a thoughtful and detailed look at next steps. If you are not a subscriber you should still … Continue reading A comprehensive New York Times look at COVID-19 – and a couple of cute takes