Tour Package premiered last night at Franklin Park Arts Center. And what a night it was. The play opened to a packed house and ended with a standing ovation.
Nature calls early for men of a particular age. I am no exception to that rule. And so in the pre-dawn hours of a Saturday morning, I rolled out of my nice warm bed and shuffled to the bathroom. Between
A tale of sound and fury.
By any measure I am an animal lover. We have a house filled with pets…two dogs, three cats. One of our dogs, Riley, is verbally browbeaten by my wife to not chase off the plague of bunnies that hide among
Why is it that things can go terribly, terribly wrong when my wife is out of the picture? Time and time again, I am beset by misadventures of my own doing when left alone. Does this mean I fit the
There is an old expression. A friend will help you move, your best friend will help you move a body. This isn’t a story of moving a corpse. That would have been much easier. We begin in the 1970’s. My
Let’s start with a tidbit of workplace conversation between a baby boomer and a millennial. It’s nearly quitting time. “I have errands to run after work,” Mr. Boomer says, making a futile attempt at small talk. “Really? Like…” The millennial
There was a time in my late twenties that I thought I was out of the woods. I had survived my childhood, high school, college and five lost years in California. Sure I had a few scars but I was
Guys grow up and get old. And somewhere along the way, we find ourselves doing stuff that our Dads did. They are the very things that drove us crazy when we were young. And being adolescents without working brains of
There is a persistent myth regarding home security. You’re better off with a barking dog than not. So you suffer the expense of over-priced kibble, dog walks in nasty weather and poop-scooping several times a day. That’s the price you