The Big City

”The more susbtantial an individual’s aesthetic experience is, the sounder his taste, the sharper his moral focus, the freer—though not necessarily the happier—he is.."

The Brooklyn Rail’s New Social Environment series of lunchtime conversations continues, and I’ll be back to host again, Wednesday, May 27, at 1pm. This week I’ll be talking with musicians and activists Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon and their Pathway to Paris foundation; music, climate change, politics, and more of the small stuff. It’s free, but register here.

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