Monthly Archives: June 2017

It was just Jack and his guitar at the End Session. He was beautifully introduced and his long list of accomplishments came as no surprise to the fans who showed up on a Friday afternoon to hear him sing. (If you’re not a Bleachers fan, you’ll know Jack Antonoff from the group fun., the Grammy......
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When my mother was in college, she dedicated two summers to month-long “work action” projects. These were voluntary initiatives to support the communist system in Yugoslavia. They spanned the summer, to avoid interrupting the school year, and they benefitted the neighboring communities. There are many people my mother’s age in former Yugoslavia who have never......
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