in the fade: An cursory introduction to the Land... →
inthefade: There’s a place. It’s a closet of sorts, the kind of closet that appears in fantastical children’s books, a closet that opens up to a world that can’t possibly exist in those confines. It seems to reach out forever, to have no end. It is made of darkness, mystery, fear and nothingness. You don’t…
You aren't forgotten, Kurt →
Today would have been Kurt Cobain’s 45th birthday. He’s a prime example of a voice of a generation that was snuffed out far too early. But he’s also an example of why depression issues should always be taken seriously. This link is to my Spotify Nirvana playlist. I’ll never forget how important the music was to me as a teenager. I’m sure many others won’t...
Joe Blogs: The Kid →
Great piece on Gary Carter.
The Best 100 Opening Lines From Books →
When I was managing editor of The Washington Post, everything we did was better...– Robert G. Kaiser, senior editor and writer at The Washington Post, in a New York Times article (via mediabytes)
There are a lot of nostalgia-drenched people in the journalism field who look...– Marcus Brauchli, Washington Post executive editor in an interview with the New York Times
You care more about sports than the athletes →
Love this column’s description of how fans care more about the outcome of games than the players themselves because it’s very true. I read it every day on social media.