Those Lonely, Lonely Lents

March 23, 2022 | Jim Angehr

The history of 20th century music in New Orleans is at once a tale of great success and constant defeat. Exhibit A on the plus side of the ledger: jazz. As in, no New Orleans, and say good bye to the the absolute pinnacle of America’s...

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Lent and the Pritchard Scale

March 9, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Hello pandemic, my old friend: as we approach the second anniversary of the world shutting down, I find myself thinking back to those strange and eerie weeks of spring, 2020. No lies: most of those memories are unpleasant. Nevertheless, one of...

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From Vietnam, With Love

February 24, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Color me boushie, but one of my favorite places for a day trip is Princeton, NJ. The university campus itself is gorgeous, the surroundings impeccable. Not only that, but within stones’ throws of each other, the area features one of my...

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Where Were You in '62?

February 17, 2022 | Jim Angehr

I have a bench in Jackson Square. Jackson Square is settled right on the riverbend of the Mississippi River in New Orleans and constitutes the center of the French Quarter.  It hosts sculpted gardens, green spaces, and a statue of our...

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A Tatooine of Nostalgia

February 10, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Even though I’m in many ways its target audience, I find The Book of Boba Fett to be deeply weird. This seven episode miniseries on Disney+ features a main character created over 40 years ago (Boba Fett), who boondoggles on a planet created...

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