Uri M. Feinberg
Aretha Franklin lays it all out on the greasy diner floor, truly giving us something to “Think” about as she attempts to keep her husband from running off with Jake and Elwood Blues. Freedom is the frame through which the song is remembered, just as freedom is the lens through which we see our past. Shared responsibility, communal memory, and the possibility of a strong future all emanate from the iconic Windy City Diva (provided her husband doesn’t run off, that is).
Living in Israel for double chai (36) years, the seven I lived in Chicago still seem to play a role in my own view...Read More
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