In September 2016, I spent 10 days drinking nothing but plain water. (Don’t worry I still ate food). Here’s what I learned… Continue reading Dihydrogen Monoxide: How I Became An Addict in Just 10 Days
In early 2016 I had the opportunity to interview David Daley, the CEO and publisher of the Connecticut News Project, and former editor of salon.com, about his debut book “Ratf**ked: The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America’s Democracy”. Here is that interview. Continue reading Ratf**ked: a Q&A with David Daley
FEB, 2017: I wrote this opinion piece exactly a year ago. It expresses the fears I had then, that were realized during the course of 2016, that Trump would gain the Republican nomination, and (less clearly articulated) that Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders would be stymied in his attempt to shift the Democratic Party to a much needed progressive, more populist position in its campaign for the White House. Continue reading Trump Vs Sanders – One Year On…
Every September in New York the fiendish summer temperatures break, the school year begins, and routine returns. Unless you are an Aussie Rules supporter — because its finals season. Continue reading A Love Letter to the Underdogs
At a Democratic Debate watching party in Williamsburg, I find my (#Bernie2016) people. Continue reading Bernie Sanders For President in 2016
The emotionally unavailable art of the Dia: Beacon collection is brought to life by two seven-year-old boys.
Continue reading Looking at Art with Boys
Waterlogue turns photos into watercolors. This is our year so far… Continue reading The year in Waterlogue…. 2015 so far