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Nathan Wise Lets the Times Have It

Nathan Wise Lets the Times Have It

November 18, 2019 in Arts, Notes

Nathan Wise (DC) expressed some disappointment to the NY Times: “I was sorely disappointed to open this morning’s all-important Arts&Leisure section, only to find no review of the new musical, ‘The Big One-Oh’ (Linda Gross […]

Nathan Wise Rebukes the Times

Nathan Wise Rebukes the Times

November 7, 2019 in Arts

Nathan Wise (DC) expressed some disappointment to the NY Times: “I was sorely disappointed to open this morning’s all-important Arts&Leisure section, only to find no review of the new musical, ‘The Big One-Oh’ (Linda Gross […]

Rob Kunstadt's Born to Rock Bass Guitar on Display at the MET

Rob Kunstadt’s Born to Rock Bass Guitar on Display at the MET

September 9, 2019 in Arts, Events, Notes

Rob Kunstadt (TC) reports that his patented invention, the Born to Rock bass guitar (this one owned by Steve Miller) is on display in the MET’s current exhibition Play It Loud. According to the exhibit’s description, […]

An Update From Nathan Wise

An Update From Nathan Wise

June 30, 2019 in Arts, Notes

AN UPDATE FROM NATHAN WISE (DC): “Alan Gaby and Nathan Wise, once roommates in Davenport, continue to ‘sing’ the praises of Gilbert & Sullivan in recent pursuits. Alan set the biblical Book of Esther to tunes […]

News, Art, & Poetry from David Watts (TC)

News, Art, & Poetry from David Watts (TC)

May 9, 2018 in Arts, Notes

DAVID WATTS (TC) writes: “My news is good. After a period of personal instability, I am recovered and living in a comfortable and convenient apartment on Crown Street here in New Haven. “Our classmate Phil […]

Steve Chapple Publishes Book on America's Environmental Crisis

Steve Chapple Publishes Book on America’s Environmental Crisis

February 8, 2018 in Arts, Notes, Publications

Steve Chapple (BR) writes to say, “I’ve finished my new book BREAKPOINT: Reckoning with America’s Environmental Crises, with esteemed co-author Jeremy Jackson (Ph.D ’71,)  available now through Yale University Press. Shepherded by Yale’s more than […]

ALAN COHEN EXHIBITS PHOTOS IN JOLLA--and Other News From Alan

ALAN COHEN EXHIBITS PHOTOS IN JOLLA–and Other News From Alan

February 17, 2017 in Arts, Events

“My son Yve, MFA ’11 Columbia, an interdisciplinary artist who was selected for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, will have performances in New York this year, and exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Basel and Museum of Contemporary […]

Paul LiCalsi Defends Two Classic Songs in Copyright Disputes

Paul LiCalsi Defends Two Classic Songs in Copyright Disputes

December 14, 2016 in Arts, Notes

Classmate PAUL LICALSI (DC), of Robins Kaplan in New York City, defended the publishers of the songs “This Land is Your Land” and “We Shall Overcome” in two copyright suits. While the plaintiffs attempted to […]

"Both Sides, Now" Photographs and Paintings by Alan Cohen in San Diego -- Opening Reception March 5 5-8pm

“Both Sides, Now” Photographs and Paintings by Alan Cohen in San Diego — Opening Reception March 5 5-8pm

February 22, 2016 in Arts, Events, Notes, Photo galleries

Alan Cohen (DC) is having an exhibition of his photographs and paintings. All Yalies and friends are invited  to the opening reception at Sophie’s Kensington Gallery in San Diego (4184 Adams Avenue) on Saturday evening March 5, 5-8 pm. […]

An Update from Steve Chapple on Four of His Books

An Update from Steve Chapple on Four of His Books

February 12, 2016 in Arts, Notes, Publications

Steve Chapple (BR) writes from the perfect weather capital of La Jolla, Ca, that three of his books, KAYAKING THE FULL MOON (running Montana’s Yellowstone River with family, a NYT Notable, HarperCollins), CONVERSATIONS WITH MR. […]