Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Get on with it ...

... Gioia to graduates: 'Trade easy pleasures for more complex and challenging ones'.

Dana is among the most impressive - and decent - people it has been my privilege to know.


  1. Anonymous9:36 PM

    Brilliant. How lucky to have been one of those graduates, I hope they realized that they were in the presence of greatness.

  2. Anonymous11:00 AM

    I second your comment, Frank. Dana is a good guy who also happens to be brilliant, hard-working, and creatively talented. The NEA lucked out when they got him to run the place....