Me in front of a classroom. Who knew?
Getting back in the groove with writing and exercising.
Taking Anne Lamott’s words of wisdom into consideration.
It’s been hectic. April was a busy and thought-filled month. New content for this blog will follow soon. As some may know, I write for an alternative weekly…… Read more “In the Meantime”
If something isn’t broken, people will suggest it needn’t be fixed. If something is broken, however, well, fix it. When fixing whatever is broken, and in this…… Read more “Chocolate Dreams”
I’ve been tackling a book: From Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik. The author is a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, and his award winning work is eloquent…… Read more “Succinct”
Paul Mecurio has been stomping around the comedy scene for well over a decade. If you’ve been a fan of The Daily Show — the Jon Stewart years…… Read more “Mecurio Rising”
One of my worst habits is the shower — often times I take too long of showers. There is only one person to blame for this –…… Read more “Bathroom Pleasure”
My early arrival to the Cuban diner, Copellia, was appropriate. For one, I didn’t want my unfamiliarity to get the best of me this time. Instead of…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Postscript’”