Monthly Archives: April 2016

Racism, For Instance

I’m sitting in my car watching and listening to the rain. The forecast says all day, all night and into Friday afternoon. On the car’s fm radio, newscasters are doing stories on the City of Chicago’s Police Force and its … Continue reading

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Never My Strong Suit

It’s the way it is, anymore, I’m told. The artist has to be his own manager and booking agent. So, I’ve been catching up on marketing plans and pushing the social media angle. I’ve followed up, pushed and pestered. And, … Continue reading

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