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Technology questions aside, I believe in a fair, open, and free Internet. And here is why. Here in the United States, since the dawning days of the Internet, we have been free and able to publish anything

Building Memories

Disney partnered with KLM to produce an amazing experience for a handful of children – and in the process – a memory of a lifetime. Give it a watch:

How Glee Conquered Fear

Since Glee began five years ago, they have been a beacon for story-telling. Whether it was Kurt’s coming out, gay and straight relationships, school violence, family troubles, and now death, Glee has shown us humanity. They shattered

Cher Proves There is Nothing Left to Fear

Not  much can be said about Cher. She is a world-renowned artist who has been performing in one form or another since she was one part of Sonny & Cher in 1965. She is credited with creating a

Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

My friend Mike always gives me great books to read, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon, is no exception. It began with the entertaining read of A Heartbreaking Work of

Hope for Hell’s Kitchen – Cabaret [VIDEO]

My friend Sam Davidson invited me to this event in Hell’s Kitchen. Beautiful.

Newsletter: Help Yourself

This is part of my monthly newsletter (which is free, by the way)! Sign up here to get it delivered to your mailbox each month! Two weeks ago after a long day, I came home to relax.