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Corey Bearak
Jul11
Live for the music
Posted By : Corey Bearak

One of the (many) things that I look forward to as much of our nation recovers from the impacts of COVID-19 centers around the return of live music, and soon I’ll get to start seeing some of my all-time faves live in concert!   Several blogs ago I mentioned a night out to see some live music ahead of the return of Gotham Battle of the Bands®, this

Corey Bearak
Dec01
Light Up This Holiday Season
Posted By : Corey Bearak

Light up this holiday season with song.  Continuing a Gotham tradition inspired by Friday's blogger (and which preceded this blog; used to just be a post to Fredslist), please find and enjoy the latest version of Happy Holidays in Song.  In three weeks some of us start with lighting candles.  Three eves later, the holiday that inspires the bulk of

Corey Bearak
Nov26
Tempted
Posted By : Corey Bearak

Tempted   Out with friends for dinner with more than a few couples before a charity function sponsored by my Knights of Pythias (FDR) Lodge, the ladies evidently were discussing plans ahead and my wife shared our plans for next weekend. Our friend Abby asked how many times Shelly and I attended a Squeeze show. I responded at least four.   That a

Cayce Crown
Aug23
www.
Posted By : Cayce Crown

On this day in 1991, the World Wide Web was opened to the public. 1991. 26 years. No iPhones, Netflix, Amazon. No email, Macbooks, DVDs (which are now basically obsolete). No GOOGLE. No FACEBOOK. No TWITTER. No INSTAGRAM.   We have come a long way (baby). Like all big changes it has its "flaws," but its a tool to be used consciously. Though I hav

Corey Bearak
Oct09
Beautiful
Posted By : Corey Bearak

I returned the favor. For my birthday Shelly took me to see Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes at B.B. King's Saturday eve. In my college years I would see a concert on on near the date of my birthday.  Approaching my 18th birthday, I saw Dave Mason at Hofstra U.  About a week shy the following year I saw Eric Clapton at the Nassau Coliseum.  

Cayce Crown
Apr06
Not Worth Losing Sleep Over
Posted By : Cayce Crown

Want to be more productive? Take a nap! From the Daily Mirror: "If you've ever suffered from a post-lunch lull, the workplace of the future might be just your thing - as nap rooms will feature in the office landscape. The idea of a place just for a snooze during the working day has been floated by Arianna Huffington, businesswoman and journalist. S