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Art House Convergence Acceptance Speech

This past Tuesday night, I was honored by the Art House Convergence with the first annual Spotlight Lifetime Achievement Award. Since then, I’ve been asked by many people who were there if I could post my acceptance speech. Thanks to … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago…A Family Odyssey (part 4)

This is Part 4 of a series. You can find the other parts at Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Day Four: Friday September 14, 2001 Bright and early, we piled back into the car for the next leg … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago…A Family Odyssey (part 2)

Part 1 of this article can be found here. Day Two: Wednesday September 12, 2001 When morning arrived, the apartment started to empty out. Subway service had been partially restored, and there was now a way for everyone to get home. … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago (now 19)…A Family Odyssey

Day One: Tuesday September 11, 2001 It was one of those glorious mornings that the weathermen on TV refer to as “one of the top 10 days of the year.” There wasn’t a cloud in the sky, and there was a … Continue reading

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Steven Bach

I was very sad to read in the New York Times about the death of Steven Bach. Steven and I were colleagues at Columbia University, and we discovered we had many other things in common. We both went to Northwestern and … Continue reading

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