Tag Archives: Advocacy
Last Tuesday I joined Greg Thomas, Clifford Thompson, and Robert O’Meally on a panel celebrating Albert Murray’s writing and scholarship at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem on the occasion of Murray’s 100th birthday. Given the depth of their personal and studied familiarities with Murray, I’ll admit to being both honored and a bit daunted by the […]
Brute Blows for Garner: Improvising Agency and Celebrating 20 Years of Change at the Vision Festival
Monday, July 6th, 2015, marked the six-day anniversary of my third move to New York City. By then I had had enough time to rest up after the busy move, stock my fridge from the neighborhood Fairway, and hit up a few of those “only in NYC” spots that I’d missed so much. I spent the 4th […]
The Jazz Foundation of America sponsored a benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief in November 2012. If you would like to contribute to the desperately needed relief efforts, please do so via this link on the JFoA site.