That little hill on the working class side of Denver may have been my first, but it was not my last.
Remarkably few of us have careers. We have jobs, but not careers.
The challenge with creating a playlist of war songs is that there’s so damned many of them.
Back in ’79, the benefit concert was still a pretty big thing.
Creative work is often about being lost.
Well, it’s over. Nine handwritten black journals and 251 numbered posts later, the story that I envisioned for Why It Matters has been told.
Maybe I was a little harsh on my social media friends when I suggested that they’re boring me.
I like to think everyone who lived in L.A. in ’92 was changed by the riots.
I remember exactly where I was when I first saw the Clash’s Cut the Crap.
Work is such a huge part of our lives. A huge, miserable part.