Alex Steed remembers the night his dad almost became a murderer.
Alex Steed looks back at his younger years and wishes he’d done a few things differently.
Alex Steed explains how his love relationship with alcohol soured, and how he and booze finally—and recently—broke up.
Why does it sometimes feel like mourning the death of a celebrity diminishes the deaths of others? Alex Steed explores his grief.
After meeting a young combat veteran with a brain injury, it occurs to Alex Steed that in this rigged system, there are no consequences to politicians for the harm they cause.
Alex Steed offers advice on how to leave behind a compelling digital legacy.
“If you can figure out how to get a Facebook account, you can figure out how not to be racist.” — Samuel Jones
Alex Steed gets that not every father has given his children a reason to celebrate.