A much-needed walk with the dogs after weeks of worrying about family, health, work, money, toilet paper and the fate of the world.
Terror at the gas pump: A morning story
This may be where the end began, but at least I got a receipt.
Doomsday? This calls for popcorn and Milk Duds.
Did all those apocalyptic movies we watched as teenager in 1980s ruin us, or did they prepare us for today’s headlines?
Ghost in the (tape) machine
A surprise drum blast from the past that made me smile: A long-lost recording of my late brother JB and his band-mates in concert, 1984. Listen and enjoy!
My puppy stole your password
Even upside down, the little yellow square piece of paper was easy to read — and even easier to remember given the simplicity of the chosen username and password. It wasn’t quite “user” and “password123” but it was pretty darned close.
The movie wasn’t great. But the soundtrack changed my life.
In praise a pretty bad movie with an incredible soundtrack: Times Square.
A tale of three acronyms: TSA, RMV, and LGBTQ
When “sensitivity training” is not enough.
It’s a Living
More short fiction from my writing class.
True story: “Dad…there’s a guy with a gun…”
He sounded calm, my son did, when he left me the voice mail about the crazed gunman on campus.
Talking cyber security
There’s nothing like stepping into a professional recording studio to make you feel like a rock star. Of course, they didn’t let me sing — but the folks at Verizon did let me host a recent podcast about cybersecurity.