How do we remember who we are in this modern world? In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Black Friday strikes, adoption rears its lonesome head, and yet Matt takes a moment in all the noise to give thanks.
Shaun Chatman looks at why some costumes which seem to be the epitome of geekiness might be a not-so-smart idea.
Here’s a glimpse into the madness for all the suckers who were too good and lazy for (or—admit it—afraid of) Black Friday shopping. These ravenous shoppers show you what the holidays are REALLY all about…
Justin Cascio has a prayer, and he just wants to say “thank you.”
For Jack Varnell, the best Christmas ever consisted of roaming the streets of Atlanta, knocking on cardboard houses, and handing out peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches,
Carl Bosch attended his last Holiday Concert, and, well, it was glorious.
For Jason Fritz, some unsolicited generosity led to a great lunch.
Tom Matlack sees people crying around the holidays and remembers a time when he just wanted Christmas to go away. He’s glad it didn’t.
Bruce Trettor loves the trial and error of the cooking process. Here’s one of his favorites for the holidays.
Tom Matlack finds unconditional love through a series of in-the-moment connections with friends and family.
Lance Burson didn’t run away from home until one Thanksgiving when he was 36 years old. In doing so, he found out just what he was thankful for.
What’s a guy to do when a holiday goes against everything he believes in?
For Jackie Summers, losing hair means a lot more than a bald head.
An Occupier and his mother write letters to Santa Claus.
Tom Matlack struggles to get into the holiday spirit.