Tim Ryan: One of the True Good Guys and a Gentleman
Tim Ryan leaves behind a legacy of integrity and courage that will truly be hard to match for years to come.
To Hug or Not To Hug
I don’t really think there’s a moment in history which we can refer to as the beginning of the men hugging era and it’s likely just a generational thing.
Tempered Excitement for the Mets
I just can’t get too excited yet because while they have won 11 of their last 12 games they have done it against losing teams and starting this weekend the schedule gets much tougher.
Getting a Grip About Gun Violence
Two communities and dozens of families are dealing with the horror of what has become an epidemic in this country as already this year nearly 250 people have died in similar incidents.
Running the Clock Down on Summer
Fantasy football drafts, earlier sunsets and broken beach sandals are all signs summer is fast coming to an end.
Jennifer Garner is Beautiful and Other Thoughts for a Summer Day
The downfall of the NFL, not getting excited about the Mets win streak, wedge bikinis and yes, Jennifer Garner.
Things to Squeeze into Five Weeks of Summer
Some suggestions on places to go & things to do in the final month of the season.
The Despicable State of Politics
How did we get to where we are today and maybe even more concerning is where will we be in the next 5, 10 or 20 years?
Uncovering a Jersey Shore Gem
We took advantage of five superb beach days in-a-row in what was the best stretch of weather this summer.
How Did I Get to Life’s Back Nine So Fast?
There are things (many) I wish I hadn’t done and things I should have done, but there are many things I’m happy to have done.