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My wife was one of the many thousands to participate in the New York Women’s March this past weekend. My social media feeds were dominated with friends and family participating in these marches in New York, Washington D.C. Oakland, New Haven, Atlanta and elsewhere. There was even a march in Antarctica. It turns out women… Read more »

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This Father’s Day my quest is to be as lazy as possible without appearing to be ungrateful or a bad father. If I could move my couch and laptop to the nearest White Castle and camp out for a day feasting on delicious burgers and watching hunting shows. There were days before I had children… Read more »

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It’s always been my philosophy to engage in any and all adventure within reason. I have gone skydiving, hiked mountain trails, traveled to foreign lands, acted in a play, started a punk rock band and even had a bit part in a movie. The one adventure that still terrified the shit out of me was… Read more »

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Many of the millennial stereotypes are there, and they never fail to make a twenty-four-year-old college graduate chuckle even if the content may occasionally be simplistic and reductive. Much like Lena Dunham’s debut feature film Tiny Furniture, the television show seeks to comment on the current generation of sometimes underemployed but always self-consciously individualistic recent… Read more »