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Things seem to have been a bit quiet around the NAJP site for the past few months, and I am one of the neglectful bloggers who is responsible for that collective silence. So I thought I would address the situation, at least temporarily, by undertaking to do one full month of blogging every day. I'll start on Monday, October 22, if all goes as planned, and I'll finish on Wednesday, November 21, the day before Thanksgiving. I'm in New York for that whole month, and I'm scheduled to see and hear lots of things, so I hope there will be material for a brief daily blog. If there isn't, I will try to make something up. It should be an amusing experiment, at any rate, and perhaps it will bring some of my fellow NAJP bloggers back into action at the same time. Or someone else could volunteer to take over from me in November, another person in December, and so on until you are sick of hearing from us...

Anyway, I'm going to give it a try. So please join me here on Monday, October 22 for the start of what I hope will be an interesting journey through various art forms in New York.

October 11, 2012 8:40 AM |


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