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During our senior year of high school, my friends and I went to great lengths to use wrestling as a metaphor for everything in our English class, much to the dismay of our teacher Mr. Ulman. In the 16 years … Continue reading
See America. Interstate 95. North Carolina.
(Optional soundtrack for this post) It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. As tends to happen around anniversaries that end in zero, the news is recounting what happened and what has happened since. I’ve had a couple … Continue reading
Taking care of an elderly family member, or a chronically or terminally ill one, is difficult. People give up nearly all of their free time, some going as far as quitting their job, to help those who can no longer … Continue reading
Here’s another illustration for Grantland, this time for their quarterly bound edition showcasing the site’s best writing. This appears with a story about baseball or more accurately, books about baseball. The game may be waning in popularity in some quarters, but you … Continue reading
Here’s a quick job for Grantland about a pair of NBA superfans–one from Oakland, the other from Cleveland. Both have suffered through a lot mediocre and downright awful basketball. One is about to experience the thrill of victory, while the other … Continue reading
If you read yesterday’s Boston Globe, you might have seen this. It appears with an op-ed about the common core, standardized testing and the growing opt-out movement.