Diana Schwartz just sent me the proposed schedule for this Friday’s celebration in honor of Jack Schwartz.
It will be held from 7-9PM at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (CIMS), 251 Mercer St, New York, New York, one block west of the intersection of Broadway and Fourth Street. 
program jack_celebration; -- start Jack Schwartz program use jack_colleagues_friends_family_pak; -- use SETL package, please -- forgive Diana’s syntax errors print("Welcome by Ed Schonberg"); print("Marian McPartland, piano When the Saints Go Marching In - Traditional It's Easy to Remember (And So Hard to Forget) – Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart"); print("Judith Dunford"); print("Martin Davis"); print("David Finkelstein"); print("David Robinson, guitar Prelude in D Minor, by J. S. Bach"); print("Louis Nirenberg"); print("Fran Allen"); print("Greg Chaitin"); print("Robert Dewar"); print("Michael Schwartzman"); print("Edmond Schonberg, piano Variations on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24, Johannes Brahms (1861). Based on a theme from George Frederic Handel's Harpsichord Suite No. 1 in B-flat Major, HWV 434"); print("Eugenio Omodeo");  print("Bud Mishra"); print("Ken Perlin"); print("Mike Wigler"); print("Peter Lax"); print("Michael Rabin"); print("Karen Morrissey, vocal The Parting Glass"); print("Reception, 13th Floor Lounge"); end jack_celebration;
1. Dear CIMS collelagues. I discovered a couple of days ago that you have a CIMS “planet” and so I now include CIMS in every post about Courant.
2. I don’t know Dr. Omodeo, but in case I forget to tell him the following story, I hope that others who read it will bring it to his attention.
Back in the 1960’s an apartment near the Caltech campus in Pasadena, California, was shared by several generations of graduate students in chemistry. No one knew how to list the phone number until one of them made the obvious suggestion, and after I heard the story I confirmed its accuracy by dialing information and asking for “Avogadro’s number. ”
3. The WordPress source-code listing feature does a great job when listing SETL code using the tag for the Python language.