On the eve of the Marriage Equality vote, we must wade through the thick soup of rhetoric and doctrine to remember what is most important.
Sandy wants to leave, but not before he receives his gift.
At Bill’s, on a rooftop, two old friends discuss the state of the world.
We live in the golden age of self-commodity, but what implications does this have for us, and truth itself?
Self-doubt still plagues creative minds, it would be a tired cliche, if it still wasn’t so prevalent.
By the bar, after a failed show, an old friend waits for Sandy Field.
I love Star Wars, and I love the lessons it has to teach us about storytelling.
It’s time we ended this absurd prohibition.
Should I feel guilty if I like a zoo?