WaPo Regains its Mojo.

Love seeing these stories, and not just because it’s the New York Times praising The Washington Post. Here’s why: When I first went to work at the Washington Post in Spring 2014, it wasn’t due to the state of the company at the time. Despite extraordinary hard work and creativity the company situation, while not […]

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A Miami Vice.

You know you needed a little break from the city when you’re walking down the sidewalk in Miami on a beautiful day, hear a voice aggressively say “Wait!” turn around to snap back at the person and realize it’s the walk sign.

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Death and … this Guy’s Issue

Sunny Easter Day in Manhattan. About 3:00 pm. Breezy. A guy in a black hockey jersey races full tilt down 58th Street. He barrels across Broadway looking up about 12 stories high, ignoring traffic. He’s a big guy about 30. Maybe played football growing up. “Omigod omigod omigod, no no no!!!” He shouts. I look […]

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6-12-8-6

Yesterday afternoon, on a nice summer day, suddenly the sky fell all at once in sheets of torrential rain right about quitting time at work. I race across the street to buy an umbrella from the guy with the junky souvenir shop. , I’m drenched when I get there. I grab a touristy ‘I ❤️ […]

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Hero.

It was dark as I neared the end of my run. The usual Saturday party is in full swing by the river on the Lower East Side. Music loud enough to drown out the FDR Highway traffic. The smell of a cookout. The grass packed with people and the riverside walkway impassable without dodging revelers. […]

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