Monthly Archives: May 2013

Crazy for God: Frank and Francis Schaeffer

We never have any real information about anything important. It takes a lifetime for the ramifications to be worked out. —Frank Schaeffer When I was eighteen or nineteen years old I stopped going to church. Prior to that, from the … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Milton Babbitt?

The editor of High Fidelity magazine undoubtedly did Milton Babbitt a disservice by changing the title of his article Off the Cuff to Who Cares if You Listen? The latter title, according to a 2002 interview with Babbitt, was never … Continue reading

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Show at the Morean Arts Center

Thanks to the kind invitation of Denis Gaston, an artist I greatly admire, I will be showing my salvaged wood cutouts to the public for the first time. The following is based on my artist’s statement provided for the show … Continue reading

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