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Author Archives: Elana Centor

Randy Hurricane Katrina and Randy Newman’s Louisiana 1927

Watching a culture and possibly a city drown is so unbelievably overwhelming sad that I sit in front of the news stupefied at the human loss, economic loss and potential cultural loss. While it doesn’t hold the same emotional bereavement of 9/11, it is emotionally wrenching to think about the ripple effect of this devastation. I sit in my office ... Read More »

One Man’s Ceiling

Paul Simon could have been singing about most people’s attitude toward corporate mischief. There’s been some strange goin’s on And some folks have come and gone Like the elevator man don’t work no more I heard a racket in the hall And I thought I heard a call But I never opened up my door It’s just apartment house sense ... Read More »