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For a long time, the word manifesto got a bad wrap. Only communists and serial killers seemed to use them. Thankfully, these days many of our favorite businesses have them, including lululemon and of course, Jonathan Adler. Jonathan Adler believes … Continue reading
There was a time, not so long ago, when we would memorialize our deepest secrets in diaries. These diaries were hidden from view, tucked away under beds and at times even locked. Not anymore. More and more people are turning … Continue reading
“I am sorry, Boy,” said the tree, “but I have nothing left to give you. My apples are gone.” “My teeth are too weak for apples,” said the boy. “My branches are gone,” said the tree. “You cannot swing on … Continue reading
I’ll be the first to admit it: A lot of grammar rules seem so nitpicky or obscure that it takes a lot of motivation to learn them. (When was the last time you had to name the dative or ablative … Continue reading
Last week, my dog Hank, a 10 pound Yorkie mutt, started barking incessantly in the other room. He barked and barked in a way I had never heard him bark before. Of course as a writer, my mind started to … Continue reading
In my childhood home, there was a long hallway with a huge mirror at the end of it. Every time I would enter the hallway as a kid, I would imagine myself doing a gymnastics routine down the hall, a … Continue reading