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The other day I saw a clip of a comedian on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, and I had this out-of-the-blue thought: I’d like to be a comedian.
A note from the editor: We've had this idea that arts and entertainment would play a big role in what we're up to, but it's been difficult to pin down exactly how.
In 2011, I spent a few months living in London. A university friend of mine organised me a room to rent in the house of a friend from her sports club.
The other day I was having coffee with my friend Mark, and we got around to talking about our frustrations. Being disappointed by our friends came up. Not having funds for a great idea.
Three years ago, my wife and I had a jolting experience of suddenly getting in touch with our actual aspirations. This had a big impact.
New laws are seeking to promote religious liberty in places like Indiana and Arkansas. As the furor over these proposals rages, I am reminded of a time when I played the religious liberty card.
Last Monday, my friend Nomkita called to tell me that her sister Ntshumi had been in a bad car accident. Ntshumi had been pinned underneath a truck and both her legs had been crushed.
I often see an awkward twitch in people's smiles when my family's open relationship with our son's birth mom comes up.
“I could never do that, I’m so bad at math.” This is what I hear all the time from people working in non-technical fields when they find out I’m getting a master’s degree in mechanical engineering
My manager has purple eyebrows and hair the color of a magenta crayon.
A few years ago, a new remake of an old TV show hit the airwaves and created quite a stir.
I'm so glad I got hit by a car.
Though I swear to you I’ve grown in many ways recently, I’m still pretty immature about needing to clean. Every day. The same things. Over and over. And now my children's same things.
Let’s just say that I’m a bit beyond a Leonard Cohen fan.
So my city has recently been in the international news for our record snowfalls this winter.