When Trudy Fitzsimmons and Tawaun Weber, normally in church on a Sunday morn, show up at the door and say, "Get in the car." You go.
We went to En Japanese Brasserie on Hudson Avenue to join in a very special event to advance an endeavor to transform the Dix Hills home of John and Alice Coltrane into a museum and education center worthy of their extraordinary, multifaceted legacies. Here is the story of that day in pictures.
You can read more about it in the Dix Hills-Babylon, NY Patch
and at jambands.com
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