You’ve read the viral Millennial Burnout piece. Now watch Marsha Lineham talk about radical acceptance.
Remember the artist who made those Strega Nona books you loved as a kid? I didn’t either… until I saw some images from his new book and was overcome with a wave of warm recognition and peace (with a sprinkle of nostalgia). Fittingly, calmness is exactly what “Quiet” is going for.
For all my visits to The Gage and all my complaining that not enough restaurants and bars offer cool alcohol-free drinks on their adult drinks menus, I didn’t try their specialty sodas until recently.
A refreshing recipe with a homemade syrup that’s as easy as that warm spring breeze (finally!). Justin and I talk about the “Roseanne reboot,” banned words, and the dynamics of coffee shops as public spaces and what’s reasonable to expect as a customer (or, as in a recent case, a non-customer).
Michael McCormack’s new book began as a letter of complaint to his father, who was a world champion football player (Cleveland ftw! For once!), NFL coach, and hall of famer. As he wrote, though, it turned into something much bigger.