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Happy What?

by Mark Pontoni   May 26, 2020 I spent a chunk of my childhood living in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood outside Cleveland, Ohio.  I went to the local Catholic school, and so despite being a decided minority in my neighborhood, I had very little interaction with the Jewish kids who lived around me. It won’t surprise […]

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Empty and Aching; Time to Search for America

by Mark Pontoni   May 2, 2020 On Saturday and Sunday nights during the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians have been playing live streams on Facebook and other social media.  These are just more examples of the unselfish contributions people have been making to help get us all through this.  It would be a stretch to call these […]

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