Of Stars and Strings by Mark Miller has all the qualities of a lifetime of work as a chronicler of Canadian jazz, written artfully about the music and its heroes.
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Rules like wearing masks in common areas won’t be effective unless caregivers ensure they are worn properly, warns housing consultant Bonnie Sandler.
An incredible cast of characters befriended Cohen, including writers and filmmakers, students, artists, and boulevardiers.
Author Michael Posner’s interest was propelled by Cohen’s status, and not just as a poet and songwriter: “He functioned as a kind of seer, a magus.”
It’s not quite the same as in-person studio work, but Briansky says students are reacting well to the change.