It hardly seems possible to me that we’re nearly two decades into the 21st century, maybe because so little has changed.
Charlie Brown and I have a lot in common.
It’s quite fashionable to criticize the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s annual inductees, and I’m nothing if not fashionable.
Why are you picking on Rudolph?
Is there any greater autumn terror than an election?
What if I told you that you can solve all of the world’s problems by writing a story?
I experienced a very vivid and very stray memory the other day.
Every few years I get an inexplicable urge.
There are many cultural touch points that make my children’s and my childhoods seem like distinct historical epochs, but maybe none so subtly important as the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon.
Few people are as iconically American as Abraham Lincoln.