Monthly Archives: December 2016

At WSJ on the Kamasi Washington Effect

    I’m glad this could be said.  Washington’s impact on the jazz scene will be felt for years to come and the success of his colleagues should do wonders to highlight how decentralized the jazz scene has become.  I … Continue reading

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The Do Over: Holiday Edition

Is 56 the new 26?  It seems that way for me as my current professional and existential quandaries mirror the ones I faced 30 years ago.  These posts are a series of ponderings trying parse the difference between now and … Continue reading

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Bullish 12.17.16

Bullish is an attempt to parse the narrative of the Chicago Bulls season.  In most seasons, it’s pretty obvious (recently the narrative centered on the health and ability of Derrick Rose), this season is much more complicated.  I used to … Continue reading

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Bullish: The Quarterly Report

Bullish: The Quarterly Report Bullish is an attempt to parse the narrative of the Chicago Bulls season.  In most seasons, it’s pretty obvious (recently the narrative centered on the health and ability of Derrick Rose), this season is much more … Continue reading

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Bullish 12.05.16

The Chicago Bulls just completed an odd and unsatisfying week.  After four days off following the end of the two week “circus” road trip (Barnum and Bailey takes over their home court, The United Center and while it’s nice to … Continue reading

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