The British invasion.

Somewhere Between Jesus and Shakespeare

March 28, 2014 • 0
“We are more popular than Jesus,” John Lennon infamously uttered about the Beatles. Perhaps his claim wasn’t too far off. There is little doubt that the Bible is the world’s best-selling and most widely distributed book of all time. Similarly, the Beatles top the charts as the highest-selling band with estimated sales of over two billion. In the 1960’s, Beatlemania gripped the youth of the world. Teen girls across nations were screaming, fainting and believing that these four British rock stars could walk on water.
Oh honey bunch.

When the Soul Lies Down in the Grass

February 28, 2014 • 0
When I was about 15 years old, I concluded one of our long-winded mandatory birthday calls with an effervescent “I love you Grandma”. Her rushed response: “Okay, bye-bye now”.

Commingling: Exploring the Dream Deferred

January 31, 2014 • 0
Langston Hughes once wrote “What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore — And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over — like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does »
Workplace bonding.

The Sincere, Artificial Apology

January 24, 2014 • 0
After Wednesday night’s performance of “The Consultant,” a new play written by Heidi Schreck, at the Long Wharf Theater, I rethought the motivation behind my countless “I’m sorry”s. Deep underneath every fallen ice cream cone or crestfallen friend, I have felt a small piece of blame. Put more eloquently a by the young consultant, Amelia (Clare Barron), “We are all responsible in some way for everyone else’s suffering.”