The long awaited debut occurred at St.
Vincent's hospital in New York City on Wednesday night, May
14th. Mommy and baby are both doing well. I have been impressed
with and touched by the professional and emotional dedication of
the staff which has helped us with this monumental process and
event. The doctors, the nurses, other staff - everyone - have
been awesome and cheery. Thank you all !! And now for the
parenting part...( !!! ??? !!!)
I must add that Faith's first appearance
happened in the Village during prime time, and that she shares a
birth date with Jack Bruce, Cream's legendary bass player.
You can now have SONGS of FREEDOM on TV,
the internet and the radio!
Now on You Tube Broken Promises and Broken Hearts about a country and a relationship gone wrong
Now on You Tube The International Express more than a subway train, it's the world in motion
On the Radio
In late April I was interviewed for a
by Pacifica Radio's
We talked about social change, the power of music and
projects such as Songs of Freedom
and the work we do at the Yippie Cafe. And, yes, there
were songs too.
June 5 NO
SHOW, PRIVATE EVENT
June 12 NO
SHOW, PRIVATE EVENT
NEXT SHOW June 19 Songs
of Freedom presents...
"Bushwhacking the First Amendment"
featuring the work of WE ARE CHANGE
June 19 Joel
Landy and Friends presents...
"Bushwhacking the First Amendment", a legal defense benefit
June 26 To
nights at the Yippie Café have had a
gloriously successful first season. Our first show was in
September and our final evening this year will be June 26.
Throughout the months we have had incredible performances and
even more incredible energy. Projects have been born and
featured. Partnerships have been created and practiced. People
have discovered a place to go to convene, conspire and enjoy
politically driven entertainment. Quite impressive for one year
of work! We will be back in September for a second season of
politics, entertainment and you. Tell your friends, and Stay
If you have missed any of our
performances, many of them can be seen
You Tube, or
at this website. Enjoy!
have been visiting this website you know that I have been given
creative license to create an artistic activist atmosphere at
The Yippie Museum Café on Thursday nights (8 to 10:30 pm). I
have been working at it since September, and the results so far
have been encouraging. I want to thank the artists who have
participated thus far.
at the YIP are more than about music. It is about nurturing a
safe and fun place for artists and activists to meet, perform
and synergize. The calendar found here indicates music, and I
love the music, but the larger picture is music and conversation
and energy and progressive thinking. And action! That is the
work we are doing.
look to this space for artists and events appearing at the YIP.
In the meantime, come on down Thursday and join your voice and
energy. If you are a performing artist with something political
to say be sure to introduce yourself. You can also contact me
via email at
Monday evening, March 31 and again on April 29, folks whose life
was touched by Carl came to the Manhattan Neighborhood Network
to say a few words, tell a few stories and otherwise remember
their friend. I recorded their memories and will be creating a
program dedicated to Carl and his memory in the near future.