Worked with the SVP of Marketing to organize, streamline and improve operations across Hasbro’s branded web properties.
We woke up at 4:30 Sunday morning, rolled out of bed, and, unshowered, drove into New York City to get in line for The Clock – the 24-hour film/ art installation showing at Lincoln Center until August 1. If you haven’t heard about The Clock yet, it’s the ambitious project of collage artist Christian Marclay, […]
Have you been missing me? Wondering where I’ve been? I know it’s a long time since I’ve posted, but there is a very good reason. In addition to my baby names work, I have been working tirelessly (although tired-fully is probably the more accurate word) to produce the first-ever Digital Family Summit, which is coming […]
I have so much to be thankful for this year and I know how lucky I am given what a rough year it’s been for so many people. More than anything, I would like to thank my father. A little less than a year ago, I started him on a blog, and almost every day […]
For most Americans, the pursuit of great wealth is more fantasy than reality. The real pursuit, for most, has been the promise of a “middle class lifestyle”. But what does “middle class” mean, in real terms, in 2011? You probably consider yourself “middle class” if you have a roof over your head, live in a […]
In the United States, the right to become rich has become collapsed with the very notion of liberty. From the time we are children, Americans learn to confuse democracy (a system of decisionmaking and governance), with capitalism (a system for regulating and releasing money flows. —From the Occupy Wall Street Frequently Asked Questions one-pager I […]
Anyone can show up in Zuccotti Park with a placard and a gripe and occupy. No one will dictate one message or another about this movement. Your health problems and the operation of a nuclear power plant and student loan debt are all reasons to feel aggrieved and OWS tells us to get that anger […]
Let’s face it. I’m preoccupied. My life is full of the every day chores, tasks, joys and frustrations that come with being a parent, managing a household and working at a job. I don’t have a lot of time to think big thoughts, let alone protest the many injustices in the world. Like many in […]
If you’re following my dad’s story, please make your way over to http://www.alexlevy.net where I have set up his own blog.
It wasn’t always winter, as I spent some three years at the Couvent St. Joseph, but somehow winters were especially memorable. Each winter, on January 6th, was St. Nicholas Day, and all the children in the orphanage were taken as a group to visit him at the Gallerie Anspach, at the time the largest department […]