My Dinner with Thelonious Monk

Senior editor Bruce Sanderson brushes shoulders with genius in a tasting of a Tuscan Cabernet bearing a photo of the venerated jazz musician

My Dinner with Thelonious Monk
Bruce Sanderson (David Yellen)
From the Feb 29, 2020, issue

A bottle of Tuscan Cabernet bearing a photo of the jazz great provides insight into his trailblazing biography.

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