New beginnings and the Jester conducts

Hi! Happy New Year!  Since it’s a time for new beginnings, perhaps it’s time for me actually to start keeping in touch and writing some things here. I’m not quite sure what it will be. Brenda describes it as a sandbox. A sandbox is a much more inviting notion than a blank page. Hopefully you can jump in and play too when you have the time.

No more procrastinating; let’s get started.

Here’s a cool new thing I learned this weekend. Danny Kaye was a conductor. Danny Kaye, the Court Jester, conducted the New York Philharmonic and other major orchestras.

Mordecai returns to help ring in the New Year

Join retired Classical 91.5 host Mordecai Lipshutz for A Night of Smiles, December 31st beginning at 10 p.m.


[img_assist|nid=13291|title=Retired host Mordecai Lipshutz|desc=|link=node|align=left|width=100|height=75]Mordecai Lipshutz returns to Classical 91.5 and 90.3 FM with an evening of Strauss family waltzes, polkas and favorites to help ring in the New Year.  Enjoy such favorites as the Blue Danube, Bonbons Waltz, Joke Polka, Emperor Walz and the Radetzky March and much more.



There’s a cartoon I want to show you, and I can’t find it, so I’ll just have to describe it. A single panel shows a child slumped at the dinner table, his face cupped in his hands, a portrait of utter dejection. His mother hovers over him, patting his shoulder and saying, “I’m sorry, dear! I remember when I met my first radio deejay, too.”

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