Tag Archives: Lincoln Center

the awfulness of Lincoln Center: photo essay

    Yes, awful! See my previous post   “Lincoln Center; the ruminations of a ‘genius’ ” https://rogersgleanings.com/2017/12/13/lincoln-center-the-ruminations-of-a-genius/     The following photos of Lincoln Center and the immediate neighborhood/surrounding streets prove my point.     — Roger W. Smith    … Continue reading

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Lincoln Center; the ruminations of a “genius”

    I emailed the following comment to my wife last month: “Do you realize that you married a genius?” Don’t worry, I said it in jest. Or at least half in jest. It’s okay to make such comments, jesting … Continue reading

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a Carnegie Hall concert

    I attended a concert yesterday evening at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan. It began with Beethoven’s symphony No. 1. I felt like I was lifted off the floor. An experience not unlike what Walt Whitman describes in Leaves of … Continue reading

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