Every Sunday when I wake up I receive a notification on my phone. “Screen time weekly report available.” I dread this message. Once I’ve woken up and sat down at my computer, a similar message assails me.
Upon entering the webinar for Literati Bookstore’s “At Home with Literati: Jonathan Cohn & Michelle Goldberg,” there were three Zoom windows of participants visible. The event coordinator explained the logistics of the event and then swiftly left the call.
When asked about the future of the newly-formed Michigan Music Business Club, Business junior Jonathan Hayman, co-founder and president of the club, did not shy from divulging all that the club has accomplished in its two years of existence.
In celebration of Frédéric Chopin’s birthday, the Kerrytown Concert House invited Kazimierz Brzozowski, internationally acclaimed pianist and University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance alum, to perform a selection of pieces from the Polish master’s body of work.
Last week, writer Claudio Lomnitz convened with Jean Comaroff, the Alfred North Whitehead Professor of African and African American Studies and of Anthropology at Harvard University to discuss Lomnitz’s new book, “Nuestra América: My Family in the Vertigo of Translation.”