As Lyor Cohen points out in the NYT Mag, sometimes when you enjoy what you do, there is no retirement.
Archive for September, 2009
During his performance at the New York State Fair on Sunday night, Hammer recognized education activist Mary Nelson. Hammer and the crowd applauded Nelson for giving away thousands of school supplies to city children.
“Excellence reflex is a natural reaction to fix something that isn’t right, or to improve something that could be better. The excellence reflex is rooted in instinct and upbringing, and then constantly honed through awareness, caring and practice.” Danny Meyer
I am saddened by the untimely passing today of J. Alfred Cage, pastor, teacher, father, brother, uncle, grandfather and musician. Pastor Cage was a strong supporter of SIF since I met him in about 2004. Part of his legacy was reminding us all to live full and leave empty.
He will be missed.
Not sure if it was a mistake or a hoax or an attempt at PR, but once again, we got the Power…I think.
When you’re hot, you’re hot.
A swarm of fans surrounded NBA star Carmelo Anthony when he visited Syracuse’s Wilson Park for a Courts for Kids event yesterday. Anthony was certainly the peoples choice in a group of celebrities that included Hall of Famers, TV personalities, politicians, business personalities and former pro athletes.
The Courts for Kids Program plans to renovate courts in Syracuse, Baltimore, Denver and Puerto Rico. Yesterday’s event was organized in conjunction with the Jim Boeheim Foundation and the Dorsey Levens Foundation.