Years back I lived in New Haven. There I resided in Westville, a mile or two out from Yale Law School where I was a student. An Orthodox priest and his wife rented part of their basement to me, a comfortable enough pied a terre with arresting Greek icons and cruciforms lining the walls just outside it. Joe Lieberman lived a few blocks away. He was famous.
Robert C. Hockett is a Professor of Law at Cornell University who used to live in Lawrence, Kansas and play in a garage band a few houses away from William S. Burroughs. On his 108th birthday, Robert remembers Bill hanging out at his house, watching the band.