Bob Marrow remembers competing with his younger brother in tennis with turning points through the years.
The memories we share are known to no one else.
“Maybe the director thought it would bore an audience to see a man massaging a woman’s feet for a few minutes before stroking her ankles…”
Do we need all of the noise? Bob Marrow remembers quieter times before games.
Bob Marrow remembers a good friend.
Quote from Richard Ford’s “Independence Day”.
A career as a lawyer is highly sought after, but Bob Marrow was absent of happiness in this field. Here’s why.
In Manhattan, Woody Allen shows a weak, but tender, side of masculinity.
Why does the pleasure of attaining near perfection in any sport require winning — dominating a competitor — in order to give meaning to some athletes?
Bob Marrow proves that old age is not a period of decline.
Looking for love? Hoping to fall back in love? Bob Marrow tracked down the questions that can create, and possibly restore, intimacy.
Current events are usually a repetition of the past. News is almost never new.
“If we hold our beliefs so passionately, with such certainty that we are right and with such absence of “doubt”, how can we ever hope to enlighten and change the minds of those with opposing views?”
Bob Marrow reflects on defending Ronald “Blood” Peak, the enforcer for Frank Lucas.
That moment when you meet “The One”…. just as your professional life is taking off in the opposite direction.
His father went from a childhood of poverty and cruelty to a being able to provide his sons with everything he never had. But that isn’t why Bob Marrow loved his Dad, or why he always will.