Tag Archives: The Doors

We Aren’t the World

The current contretemps associated with the possibility of ½ of the band formerly known as “The Doors” reappearing as “The Doors”—when, perhaps, they ought to be retitled something like “The Dutch Doors,” indicating their partialness—was brought to mind when I was reading a piece in the March 13, 2003, issue of The Wall Street Journal. … Continue reading We Aren’t the World

The End

While I had the good fortune not to have to go to war in Southeast Asia during my teens, some of my friends were not so lucky. (Luck, it should be noted, was involved because there was a lottery system enacted, but in its case, the “prize” wasn’t exactly the same as striking it rich … Continue reading The End

THE DOORS. WHY DID IT HAVE TO BE THE DOORS?

Old Man Winter has finally been kicked out of the Midwest on his ass. And with Summer comes the annual ritual of neighbors introducing their record collections to each other. So why does it remind me of the menu at a Holiday Inn? Hot times, Summer in the city. Speakers in front windows blast tunes … Continue reading THE DOORS. WHY DID IT HAVE TO BE THE DOORS?