In Part I of our interview with cover girl Felicia Day, we talked about her music, her background, and her first work with Joss Whedon. In Part Two, we move on to her show The Guild, and to what Ms. Day is doing today. Dr. Horrible … was not your first foray into web-casts; you [...]
Our August Man of the Month, Gavin Creel, is a Broadway song and dance man with a message, and a wicked sense of humor. He’s currently singing, dancing, and crawling over the audience, as Claude in the Tony award winning revival of the musical Hair Gavin, please tell our readers a bit about yourself? How [...]
Before I moved to Boston six years ago for graduate school, I’d never lived anywhere but Michigan. I grew up in a suburb just south of Detroit and went to college in Ann Arbor. And when I think of Michigan, besides my family and friends, I mostly miss the food. I miss Vernors ginger ale, [...]
Five years ago, my husband and I drove from California to Texas. As we drove a good portion of the length of California, and then across the Mojave desert, I kept a journal, which I eventually turned into a piece of creative nonfiction for a contest. It was during that trip that I also returned, [...]
“Who am I? What was that I experienced?” -Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche I sit. The candle flame flickers. Music of indeterminate origin, perhaps Native American flute combined with East Indian chanting, swirls around the studio. The room fills with a variety of people: young, old, men, women, tattooed, dread-locked, and bespectacled–a cross-section of humanity streaming in [...]
Our July/August cover girl, Felicia Day, is an actor you’ve probably seen in a lot of different shows, without quite knowing who she is, unless, of course, you’re a savvy Internet user who follows news related to Joss Whedon. Felicia’s more than just an actor, however. She’s also a dancer, singer, violinist, and creator of [...]
Oscar Fierro combines his passion with inspiration to create a fashion line filled with sexy silhouettes, modern elegance, embellished details and a fabulous fit. He has a boutique in Dallas, Texas. Tell us a little about yourself: I’m thirty-four years old and came to Texas from El Salvador in 1989. When I first came to [...]
Six years ago, I’d never cooked a thing in my life. I’m sorry, that’s not entirely true. In high school one year I made a birthday cake for a friend, and I once baked brownies from scratch. They looked awful, lumpy and lopsided, but tasted wonderful. I had a no-bake cheesecake disaster in seventh grade: [...]
Amber Benson seems to be successful at every project she undertakes. A native of Alabama, Benson is an accomplished actress, screen writer, director, and a novelist. She is perhaps best known for her role of Tara in the cult series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She also wrote several stage plays and scripts for independent movies. [...]
“Where are you girls going for dinner?” my mother asked, referring to my plans for an afternoon outing with a friend from church. The question took me back about 30 years, to my high school days and gatherings of giggly teenagers who piled into the back of my Chevy Nova, ready to cruise the shopping [...]
Ever find yourself in a discussion with someone and you are having difficulty getting her to understand your perspective? Ever tried to solve a problem but everyone in the room keeps offering the same opinions as the last meeting, and none of those ideas worked when you tried them last week? There’s a way to [...]
There comes a time in one’s life when we realize that we’ve spent more time on this earth than we are likely to get going forward. For me, that became glaringly apparent after celebrating my 39th birthday a couple of months ago. While, of course, I intend to live to the ripe old age of [...]
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