By Michael Field “All I really need to know… I learned in kindergarten.” – Robert Fulghum What happened to us? What happened to the men standing at a dinner table when a lady stood up or sat down? What happened to giving up your seat on the subway for someone much more in need of… Continue reading O Manners, Where Art Thou?
This is me ranting about being a puppy mamma. “Oh, it’s terrible. He kisses me and cuddles me and runs around the house in the most amusing manner! And I can’t stop looking at him or kissing him in his sleep. And I get to rub his belly and take him on long walks and… Continue reading Life as a Puppy Mamma
MONE is a New York City graffiti writer and Freight King who’s been in the game for over two decades, before it became the latest trend. Starting out in the streets of Mount Vernon, New York in the late 1980s he progressed from bombing walls to painting freights in the early 1990s. His pieces are… Continue reading Interview with Graffiti Writer MONE
Every time it’s the same. I’ll go to a friend’s house, sit down on his comfortable couch, and proceed to yell comically at the television. My screaming isn’t directed at just a particular show or commercial, and sometimes it comes without warning. To be honest, it’s really just to get a laugh or assert my… Continue reading STOP TELLING ME THINGS! The Art of Screaming at TVs
BAD horror movies bring me a lot of joy. I’m talking about the kind that is so awful it’s insulting. Bad scripts, bad acting, bad special effects, just plain bad. I particularly like movies from the 70s because they weren’t torture porn like today’s horror movies — and more importantly, the boobs were real. … Continue reading Brides + Basement = Bad Horror Movies
As a woman who’s almost 28 and almost married, I’ve been hearing a lot of the same two questions lately: “How are the wedding plans going?” and, “When are you going to have kids?” My answer to the first question is, “Great!” For the second, “Oh, probably in a few years…” But I’m really thinking,… Continue reading To Spawn or Not to Spawn: That is the Question
By Michael Field Let’s get this out of the way. Kids cost money. They eat up your time. They get sick. They cost money. They demand your attention. Anything you own, they immediately think is theirs. They cost money. They develop personalities that you despise. They tell you they hate you. Did I mention… Continue reading The Selfish Decisions