Actor and autistic Mickey Rowe puts the tension of apparent dichotomies to work in daily interaction and in art.
Some jobs have more odd moments than others…
Who are you in light of who you think is looking – when no one is looking? Jeremy McKeen asks the ultimate identity-revealing questions.
Psychotherapist Mel Schwartz helps parents push past the obstacles to raising strong, self-sufficient children.
High school senior and acting ace Jacob Sundlie didn’t let adversity break him. Instead, he learned to play the role of the survivor.
William Lucas Walker remembers that voice. That delivery. That timing. And the woman who would not be ignored. A tribute to Elaine Stritch.
Conflicted about following your passions? So was Will Ferrell. Here’s how Ferrell got the courage to pursue his purpose, and walk away from his dream, if he needed.
Will Leo’s latest spin as a rich white guy finally land him a golden statue?
There’s an outbreak in the church and it’s causing wide-spread illness. To save humanity, we have to do more than shout for a cure.
Kevin Macku examines internet and domestic conflicts from an actor’s perspective, and shows that arguments often run deeper than the surface.
Dear John gives advice about a suddenly distant boyfriend, a guy who dresses below his age, and friends bashing a son’s career choice.
From hungry actor to full-time father, Jason Greene muses on the paths he took and the ones he didn’t.
What have other people assumed they knew about you?
The Canadian Reform Party tried to pull a Mitt Romney, once: Preston Manning. Donald D’Haene has a close encounter of the conservative kind.