Let’s start our week off right, and by right, I mean by listening to four transcendent musicians playing with virtuosity and utter joy:
There should be a video embedded right about this, but if not, click here for the joy.
I’m delighted to learn that the boys will be back for another Goat Rodeo real soon; and in the meantime that fella on the cello has been playing “Songs of Comfort” for hard times.
Eric Ravilious (1903-1942), The Attic Bedroom, at the Fry Gallery.
For The Point, I wrote a reflection on Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life.
On my blog I wrote about whether you should listen to Rush Limbaugh or Dr. Anthony Fauci.
I also re-posted an old essay of mine that describes one of my central convictions: “A Long Defeat, A Final Victory.”
And, finally, I suggested that this might be a good time for short stories and essays.
I expect that many of you already know about Andrei Tarkovsky’s Polaroids, but if not, or even if so, check them out.