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2020

October 18, 2020

Nana Rose: Learning About My Grandmother by Living through a Pandemic by Kathryn Suzanne Krase

Jerry Krase
Jordan Family
Rose Jordan - Left Front Row Wearing Black Ribbon because of the Death of Her Mother Filomena

If you met my grandmother, “Nana Rose”, chances are you can share a story about the experience. Chances are, she talked about you, too. My Nana had a “personality”, for...

May 7, 2020

My Spencerian Milestone

Jerry Krase
Jerry Krase
In tennis, and everything else, Spencer will more than fill my shoes in his lifetime. Here he was just tryin' them on for size.

Remembering my first grandchild in a time of plague reminds me of how grateful I should be for what I've had, and still have.

March 20, 2020

A Cuomo Change of Mind

Jerry Krase
Jerry Krase
It's not easy to draw him with a nonforgivingly cheap ballpoint pen, as he has an enormous number of creases in his face that only his mother Matilda could love.

Over the past three or so years of "45" chaos, I've come to radically rethink who belongs in my pantheon of Italian American leaders. In contrast to "45" and the President's...