End of the Year

And so this is Christmas and what have we done? Well, for us it’s been an amazing year, especially in the Nate world. There was college graduation, the gallery show at Leonard Tourne in SoHo, the opening of StripMallArt (Nate’s Etsy shop), some sales, a few more Alpha Folks t-shirts making their way to the public, a new one on one aide to get Nate to the next level of sociability. Not a bad 12 months.

For next year, who knows, who ever really knows. I’d like to see Nate’s strip malls get more attention, and we are on the verge of something very good there. I’d like to see Alpha Folks reach fruition and become a full-blown design company. And, of course, in all ways non-commercial, I want to see Nate get better and better and become a more well-rounded person.

Those are my wishes for us. My wish to all of you is that you get whatever it is you’re hoping for in 2013. See you then.

Jeff

 

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About Jeff Katz

Jeff Katz is Mayor of Cooperstown, the “Birthplace of Baseball” and home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. His latest book, Split Season:1981 - Fernandomania, the Bronx Zoo, and the Strike that Saved Baseball, (Thomas Dunne Books, 2015), received national attention, with coverage appearing in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Sporting News and NPR’s Only a Game, among others. Katz appeared on ESPN’s Olbermann and The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap and MLB Network’s MLB Now, with Brian Kenny. Split Season: 1981 was a finalist for the 2016 Casey Award for Best Baseball Book of the Year.
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