Running out of water: The looming crisis and solutions to conserve our most precious resource.
Jesse Kornbluth is is a New York-based writer and editor of HeadButler.com, a cultural concierge site he launched in 2004. As a magazine journalist, he has been a contributing editor for Vanity Fair, New York and Architectural Digest. As an author, his books include Airborne: The Triumph and Struggle of Michael Jordan; Highly Confident: The Crime and Punishment of Michael Milken and Pre-Pop Warhol. As a screenwriter, he has written for Robert De Niro, Paul Newman and PBS. On the Web, he co-founded Bookreporter.com. From 1997 to 2002, he was Editorial Director of America Online.
“Everything will be ok.” When you are the widow of a serviceman who died in Iraq, those words are so not ok. Jesse Kornbluth talks to Artis Chester about her book and her life.
Krishna Das will be leading a church filled with extremely delighted people Saturday night in New York, so this seems like a good time to showcase him.
A tribute to Seamus Heaney—whose words helped Jesse Kornbluth finish his novel and countless others learn to love and live.
Why pay less? A guy who can sell lobster salad for $125 a pound from a car on the beach can sell anything, right?
Slater’s classic book changed the way Jesse Kornbluth thought back in 1970, and guides him even now. Here’s why.
Who was Gatsby? A neighbor of the Fitzgeralds reports on the lifestyles of the young and beautiful Golden Couple in the 1920s.
The phrase for any novel by James Salter is “A major literary event”. It’s especially true for “All That Is.”
On the eve of the Boston Marathon, Jesse Kornbluth remembers the great American runner, Steve Prefontaine, and the movie about his life and career.
Book author and TED Talk speaker Esther Perel shares the secret to desire in a long-term relationship.
An appeal to create the next generation of good men.
One of the most beautiful human moments I’ve ever seen.
Tim Lineaweaver was a twenty-seven year alcoholic, drug-addled young man with PTSD and a dismal hope for a meaningful future. Then he met a therapist named Elaine.
Shadley Grei lived for thirty-five years without knowing his father. But, after he finally decided to forgive his father for their past, their relationship moved in a surprising direction.
Take a wild sled dog ride with Jeff King, 4 time Iditarod champ. And hold tight as you experience the worst conditions in history.
Is material fortune really a sign of God’s blessing? Scott Dannemiller thinks Christians should stop saying so.
Tired of being driven by an addiction driven by doubt and insecurity, Lester Brathwaite is giving up hooking up.
Marie Roker-Jones realizes that there is a lot to teach her sons about women and she hopes she’s doing her best to raise men of character.
The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
It all started when he and Mary decided to throw a party.
Our favorite Browncoat, Nathan Fillion, sits down with the best interviewer on the Interwebz, Paul F. Thompkins.
Do you live the rest of your life knowing you are a beloved and successful fraud or do you risk cultural infamy and admit to the truth?
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