I’m proud of this story overall and Eli Finkel provides a lot of invaluable insight. But while it’s a well-constructed, well-reported article with helpful insights for couples, I’m particularly fond of the riffs and wordplay in the first two paragraphs. I’m a jokester at heart, I guess.
Everybody involved with these movies has been too rich to notice that rich people are the logical bad guys of the films.
With Americans growing increasingly interested in consensual non-monogamy, I talked to researchers and therapists about how their professions are accommodating that interest for a feature story.
You’d think that after your company was proven to be a massive fraud, you’d take down the social media account you used to trumpet your phony success. Well, not if you’re Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes. Click the pic for my story on her surprisingly still-available Twitter account.
I took advantage of a politically-charged fight between Social Distortion singer Mike Ness and a fan to write out every thought I’ve ever had about one of my favorite punk bands.
For this Fatherly feature, I reached out to dads suffering from depression and children of dads who suffer from depression to see how stubbornness factors into their lives. I’m grateful for getting the chance to hear their stories and hope I related them truthfully. As always, click the picture for the story.
When Tom Wolfe died, I wrote about how he was a bad writer and his influence on my writing.
I’m a big fan of the Chapo Trap House Podcast so I was psyched to meet their healthcare correspondent Timothy Faust when he was early into his crusade of barnstorming America to rally support for healthcare justice. He’s smart and fights the good fight. Plus he’s cool, goofy and friendly as all hell. He’s oneContinue reading “Mister Bulger Meets Crulge”
I talked to guys who balance the military with fatherhood. It’s not easy, folks.
I don’t often write about personal stories but I really enjoyed writing about how my wife and I make each other laugh.