Monthly Archives: November 2017

Go see Wonder. Bring tissues.

My family has many Thanksgiving traditions. One of them is that, after dinner, we go out to see a movie. It’s not the same family members every year. Sometimes, my brother and sister-in-law are around; sometimes, they aren’t. Sometimes, my

Go see Wonder. Bring tissues.

My family has many Thanksgiving traditions. One of them is that, after dinner, we go out to see a movie. It’s not the same family members every year. Sometimes, my brother and sister-in-law are around; sometimes, they aren’t. Sometimes, my

Allegations and apologies: my thoughts on Senator Al Franken

Note: This post is going to be about Senator Al Franken, the allegations against him, his response to those allegations, and the response of other members of Congress. Before I begin, I want to acknowledge two of my own biases:

Allegations and apologies: my thoughts on Senator Al Franken

Note: This post is going to be about Senator Al Franken, the allegations against him, his response to those allegations, and the response of other members of Congress. Before I begin, I want to acknowledge two of my own biases:

Three days later: almost normal – but really not

Yesterday, I visited PS 89 for the first time since Tuesday’s terrorist attack. PS 89 is one of the three schools located at the intersection where the attack ended. Compared to how those blocks felt on Wednesday, as I described

Three days later: almost normal – but really not

Yesterday, I visited PS 89 for the first time since Tuesday’s terrorist attack. PS 89 is one of the three schools located at the intersection where the attack ended. Compared to how those blocks felt on Wednesday, as I described

This afternoon: one day later

Yesterday, I wrote a post about the terrorist attack in Downtown Manhattan. (If you want to read it, you can find it here.) Today is a different sort of post. It’s a post about what it felt like to be

This afternoon: one day later

Yesterday, I wrote a post about the terrorist attack in Downtown Manhattan. (If you want to read it, you can find it here.) Today is a different sort of post. It’s a post about what it felt like to be