In the quest for social reflection, one man stands out. And he stands tall.
Jesse Kornbluth interviewed Robin Williams for NY Magazine back in 1983. It’s important for Jesse to fall in love with the people while interviewing them. And fall he did. A love that lasted til Williams untimely death.
Jesse Kornbluth shares his review of Naomi Oreskes & Erik M. Conway’s new book, as well as his interview with Ms. Oreskes.
The son of a former licensed gun seller might seem an unlikely choice for a gun control advocate, but Mark Glaze is doing what he can, and honors the life of James Brady.
A.X. Ahmad talks about writing, how he created a fast-moving thriller that was so sensually descriptive, surprise endings–and of course, some thoughts on being a good (or not so good) man.
“We have the most effective military in world history and we can’t schedule a simple surgery for one of our vets. It’s just insane.”
Dr. David Andrews discusses the origins of his new novel “My Father’s Day Gift,” the significance of Father’s Day as a holiday, and his advice for new fathers.
Shawn Henfling shares the unexpected benefits of his fight with Depression.
One weekend, four people, one tent. Family camping. Do I need to say more?
No matter how well you’ve healed after a break-up, you’re still being influenced by that person. But that can actually be a good thing. Here’s why.
#2 You haven’t experienced progress, because you don’t know how.
Ira Israel wonders what it will take to get us to support ethical businesses.
Boost your chances by overcoming them.
Chris Brown may lament “those hoes ain’t loyal,” but the truth goes a whole lot deeper.
“The beauty of survivors is their capacity to show empathy and sympathy as they heal in a safe holistically sustainable group of mentors/family. They are our treasures.” – Alexander Villarreal
Remember when you were eight and staying up late on Saturday nights?
Data has its place in business and personal development, but studies show it can actually make you a jerk.
It is meant as a compliment, but Boys in the Burbs have a slightly different reaction to being told they baby sit well.
No man or boy can attain hyper-masculinity. The quest literally kills.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.