Tag Archives: equality

Why do we laugh, even when it’s not funny?

Last night I went to the opening of the The Metromaniacs at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. It was amazing. A perfect combination of mischief, mistaken identities, misplaced infatuation, and true love triumphs in early Enlightenment Paris; The Metromaniacs is a non-stop verbal rhyming treat for the ears. Set against the backdrop of […]

“Joy”: A Surprising Christmas Present Long Overdue

Christmas came and went. It’s funny to think that just a week ago I was scrambling to get last minute gifts and make sure everything at work was good to go before heading up North to spend some quality time with my family. It was a great break, a break I needed. Relaxing and full […]

You reap what you sow and the GOP has reaped haystacks of bigoted bullsh*t

Anyone caught off guard by Trump’s call for the ban of all Muslims entering the United States shouldn’t be all that surprised. And if you are, well then you need to spend a good afternoon educating yourself about the current state of the GOP and the platforms of each candidate. While Trump’s proposal was quickly […]

Embracing #PorteOuverte and Refusing Hate

It has happened again. Another tragedy, another group of innocent lives lost. And once again we are faced with a moment of being able to rise above and stretch our arms out to the vulnerable populations running for their lives from the very people who have struck at the heart of Europe. We have a chance […]

Rizzo would be thriving in 2015

There are worse things I could do Than go with a boy or two Even though the neighborhood Thinks I’m trashy and no good I suppose it could be true But there are worse things I could do I recently sat down and rewatched Grease on Netflix. It was a quiet evening, a bit stormy […]

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