Maybe it’s pretentious to refer to one’s blog as a magazine. Maybe I’ve published more bylines than I have laugh lines. Maybe three syllables is always better that one. Maybe I’m born with it… Maybe it’s Maybelline. Maybe we’ll never know…
Read more: My Gregarious Brain
A couple of weeks ago, the New York Times Magazine published “The Gregarious Brain,” an article that explored the genetic disorder Williams Syndrome and its symptoms – slight mental retardation coupled with an enormous capacity for conversation and interest in socializing. I anticipate that at…
Read more: Kaput Currency
In the attic of the bungalow I now call mine (with the Contessa and our creditors, of course), abandoned beneath the wood beams and moldering in a shroud of cobwebs was a weather-beaten valise. Why I was in the attic is my business (well, my…
Read more: The Blue Chair
Who will sit in the blue chair next? Think musical chairs by way of existential angst with a brilliant original score by Brodie Giles (the heir apparent to Wendy Carlos in my opinion).
Read more: Forget the iPhone: Drop a dime on a dFone
After witnessing the global marketing push for the Apple iPhone in recent weeks, it occurred to me that I’ve been slacking on my own uber-phone initiative – the dFone. Though the dFone, as in “Daedalus phone,” has a more humble origin story than Steve Jobs’…
Read more: FineLife Magazine released
FineLife, the new glossy wine country magazine for which I am editor, hits newsstands on Thursday, June 28. Look for “1977 Redux,” my comic exploration of the interrelation of Star Wars and Annie Hall, both of which turn 30 this year.
Read more: “I Am a Croissant” on “Page on Stage,” KRCB 91.1 FM
Actor Mark Bradbury performs the monologue from my FilmArt3 short flick “I Am a Croissant,” 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 27 on KRCB 91.1 FM in Sonoma County. Watch the original here.