To most of us, the name George Wendt is synonymous with the affable barfly Norm Peterson from the long-running television sitcom, Cheers, but the reality is that even without awesome writers, he is a fabulously funny, kind man, whose work includes movies, television, and live theatre – including recent stints in 12 Angry Men and [...]
I once knew an astrologer, an astrologer-to-the-stars, all green and purple tie-dye clad and imposing with her generous proportions and near six-feet height. This woman had a following—a cadre of devotees who hung around her as if the stars would align in their favor just by their mere proximity to her. Truth be told, she [...]
The month has turned. Today is the first of October, and as I write this sun and shadow are battling for supremacy in my back yard. The first is definitely an autumnal sun – it warms the day, but there’s a bite beneath the balmy weather that speaks of cold to come all too soon. [...]
Last month, we spoke with our cover girl, Esmé Raji Codell about her thoughts on education. This month, we continue our conversation, focusing on her writing, and her mission to get children to love reading. In addition to Educating Esmé and How to Get Your Child to Love Reading, you’ve also written several children’s books. [...]
Ten years ago, the publication of our cover girl Esmé Raji Codell’s candid diary of her first year as a public school teacher was released, the world was introduced to a smart, spunky, snarky young woman who was determined to instill a love of reading in her students – and all children. This year, the [...]
I came home from work and looked listlessly into the fridge. We’d planned to make a salad with poached chicken that night, and as I pulled out the ingredients I’d chosen – chicken breasts, carrots, celery, onion, parsley – I knew that a virtuous, healthful, chilled dinner was the last thing we needed. Even though [...]
JD Webb gave his first concert at the age of three. Now he’s releasing his debut solo album, The Introduction, on August 26th. Read our interview below to learn more about this singer, song writer, and producer, what inspires him, his advice to those interested in a career in the music industry, and his thoughts [...]
On the way home from a recent business trip, my flight was delayed. The man at the ticket counter said I was definitely going to miss my connecting flight in Chicago and there didn’t seem to be any good alternatives. Just as I was starting to worry that I’d be out of town for another [...]
Our theme this issue is “Lost and Found,” and I believe music is one of the better ways to both lose yourself and find yourself. Recently, I found a band called Girl in a Coma, a trio of young women – Jenn Alva, and sisters Phanie and Nina Diaz – who make wonderful music together. [...]
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