The Sea of Humanity

The Sea of Humanity

It was one of those things I consider doing each time I’m in the Big Apple: going to the Garden for a hockey game, dropping in at MoMA, seeing a Broadway show, seeing live music in a small club, or. . . going to a Yankees game at the Stadium.   Baseball aside, going...

August 14, 2020 Stephen Belenky is moving on from Dorrier Underwood to pursue other opportunities. During his time with us, Stephen brought his keen mind to conversations about strategy, outreach, and communication, and received high praise from clients who interacted...
Hit Upside the Head

Hit Upside the Head

The can was thrown from the truck on a winter’s day in downtown Washington. F Street, another of the useless facts my brain uses to shield me from the real memory.  I feel uneasy trying to recall. Queasy, nauseous. My gut feeling is that I’m remembering the wrong...
(Day 21) A Leader’s Private Thoughts

(Day 21) A Leader’s Private Thoughts

Low, low, low. The bottom. The blues. Just don’t feel like it. Knee hurts, back hurts, people’s voices too loud. Low, low, low. The system of a down. Low pressure moving in, the front is coming, an affront to my sensibilities, an assault on my chronic optimism. Tired...