Tags - summer
Corey Bearak
All Summer Long
Posted By : Corey Bearak

Tomorrow often signals to many the end of the summer even though the solstice come a few weeks later. Sitting outside with Shelly before we dined on our deck, she noted how she how Monday would normally mean the end of a summer break many – students and most who work in city schools – enjoy; she also volunteered how that no longer applies to her (P

Joshua Zinder
Idle Minds
Posted By : Joshua Zinder

When I was growing up I was never idle. School would end, and I would be off to camp, travel, summer college, or a job. I am not sure how much of this was driven by my parents and how much of it was driven by my own personality and need to be busy. At its core, I have come to feel that being idle is a waste of opportunity. I don’t mean that we shou

Corey Bearak
Summer Nights In The Park
Posted By : Corey Bearak

It’s Summertime and for this correspondent, it often means politics and anyone who checked out my Friday Promo via Gotham’s Promolistserve; but even more so it involves music; live music.   Summer nights in the park, and when the music would start Ooh what a time and then some [from When It All Began (POCO)]   Most years after Memorial Day I compil

Fred Klein
It's Summertime
Posted By : Fred Klein

Whether it's the classic: Summertime, and the livin' is easyFish are jumpin' and the cotton is highOh, your daddy's rich and your ma is good-lookin'So hush little baby, Don't you cry One of these mornings you're gonna rise up singingAnd you'll spread your wings and you'll take to the skyBut 'til that morning, there ain't nothin' can harm youWith Da

Corey Bearak
My Music
Posted By : Corey Bearak

The approach of summer means signals concert season.   Outdoor venues host any number of shows into September.   Music acts of all kinds abound and offer ample opportunity to find sounds of enjoyment.   I expect to see at least three show just this month in just nine days.   Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd at Jones Beach; Al Kooper (pictured abo

Corey Bearak
Springing Up for Summer
Posted By : Corey Bearak

When self-employed you become very aware of what you do with your time. Whereas my business model prefers not to rely on billable hours typical of attorneys and other professionals, my model involves focusing on clients, their needs, and business development activities during the week (and then some). That means some tasks once squeezed in during