When it comes to rules about no longer wearing face masks and how to know who’s vaccinated, authority figures say we’ll just have to trust each other. As I explain, they’ve apparently never met the American public.
My review of a new HBO Max series about a veteran standup comic (Jean Smart) who hires a young up-and-comer (Hannah Einbinder) to write material for her.
After hearing the CDC’s new recommendations for vaccinated people, I have changed my habits at the gym and will now only wear a mask while swimming.
Three stories about recent experiences I’ve had: a long-awaited return to indoor dining, an annual trip I probably won’t take this year, and yet another American who doesn’t know how and why he should wear a mask.
Looks like my $1,000 prize offer will go unclaimed since no one in the bi-state caught the Chinese Rocket as it fell back to Earth. I will roll it over to our next round of “Heads Up, Chicken Little!!”
My review of the new biography of a showbiz legend who directed a huge number of classic productions on stage and screen — while struggling with cocaine addiction, multiple marriages, and Walter Matthau.
Some thoughts on the sale of Yahoo and AOL, two once-dominant internet services that now don’t seem worth the billions a private equity firm paid for them.
From the “Restaurants My Wife Would Never Go Back To” file. As you watch the video, take note of the woman standing on a chair while everyone else at her table remains seated.
There’s a reason I never filled my office at the radio stations I worked for with personal items, family photos, or elaborate adornments of any kind. That’s why I shook my head in disbelief when I saw this photo. Let me explain.
When I heard that Bill and Melinda Gates were divorcing, my mind fast-forwarded to the next woman Bill has a relationship with — and this classic scene from the 1981 movie “Arthur.”