I’ve believed that the mainstream media news sucks for a long time, but it’s gotten suckier. A recent example pissed me off, even more so because it aligns me with Donald Trump. Not for the same reasons. Advertisements
Which America Do You Celebrate? June 13th, 2016, I got up early Sunday morning, hours before the full horror of the murders at Pulse, Orlando’s lively gay nightclub, were known. For the rest of the morning, it was like an ugly storm that would not let up.
I lost 20 lb. without trying, and I wonder if Marcia Wallace told me how, long ago, when I barely listened but didn’t forget.
A rough, gray sky, exposed by first light of day, hung windless above the concrete and glass skyline thrown 500 feet into the air, contrast illustrating the spectrum of human evolution, from wild, free and dangerous to safe and comfortable. Is it really a win?
We’ve all been there, haven’t we? My first wife, long, long ago, wasn’t the last to declare that arguing with me was like “talking to a wall.” I couldn’t say I disagreed. Or, that I didn’t enjoy the tactic. The image is for sale, if you like humor on your
Twenty-five years ago, Wu Tang Clan changed hip-hop by injecting class and humanity into a raw and turbulent musical/poetic scene. Now as Showtime launches Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics And Men, a 4-part limited docuseries from filmmaker Sacha Jenkins, YRB editor Jonn Nubian asks the surviving members to reflect of those
“Only a few days ago, millions of Americans probably had never heard of psilocybin, the active agent in psychedelic mushrooms, but thanks to Denver, it is about to get its moment in the political sun. On Tuesday, the city’s voters surprised everyone by narrowly approving a ballot initiative that effectively decriminalizes psilocybin,
“This is a reproduction of my parody based on a Claude Monet painting, part of my Cats and Great Artists series of prints that explore how some works of art would have turned out if the artist lived with my lively cats who always want to be part of what
“Cats On a Carousel in Bryant Park” is improvised from an illustration for my book, Travels with George: New York. The cats share a staycation with their people in New York City, and they spend an afternoon enjoying Bryant Park, lounging and riding the carousel. More… Cat Art Print Cat