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.
Bombing raids, what a terrifying thought. All is quiet, and then it’s hell on Earth. I can’t even imagine.