Back in 1929, the Belgian surrealist René Magritte first exhibited what looked less like a painting and more like a sign hanging outside a tobacconist shop.
Better Living Through Brand Identity
Social decades tend not to align perfectly with calendar decades.
My New Year’s Incremental Ambitions
It hardly seems possible to me that we’re nearly two decades into the 21st century, maybe because so little has changed.
I Can Tell You Why Christmas Eve Matters, Charlie Brown (Lights Please)
Charlie Brown and I have a lot in common.
The 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Are…Well, They Are
It’s quite fashionable to criticize the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s annual inductees, and I’m nothing if not fashionable.
Maybe Rudolph’s Just Not For You
Why are you picking on Rudolph?
Return of the Revenge of the Rise of the Son of the Bride of the Lemeloes
Is there any greater autumn terror than an election?
Art: A Workout For Your Empathy Muscles
What if I told you that you can solve all of the world’s problems by writing a story?
Balancing the Broom
I experienced a very vivid and very stray memory the other day.
On the Eighth Day He Created Confirmation Bias
Every few years I get an inexplicable urge.