President Trump loves the tough guy talk, loves playing himself off as a “gangster.” That’s absolutely absurd.
We can just make bad things go away by ignoring them, right?
It’s Sunday. Things have changed. So now what?
After spending a sleepless night in a knife fight with the Sandman, a journey in search of sun began.
It’s a steel cage match some days, sure, but free yourself of the chains, the vices, the bricks that weigh you down and take to the streets as a new person. Leave the past behind.
Rob Azevedo walked out of a place of worship and immediately gets to use his newfound gratitude.
One man trying to fill his belly, the other trying to fill his soul.
Rob Azevedo sees humor in everything. Even the theft of prized possession.
Rob Azevedo’s near-death experience.
The terrible, beautiful, transformative power of helping a loved one navigate impending death.
Tom Petty’s music, for many of us, defined so many moments in our lives.
“Some may never live, but the crazy never die.” A journey into the final resting place of the American Dream.
Rob Azevedo says those other parents are wrong: His sweet, precious daughter will never shut him down. Or out.
“Okay. Let’s go,” is all she said.
Rob Azevedo with a Valentine’s Day tribute to his wife (Sort of, kind of).
Rob Azevedo offers a poetic view on statistics and things he’s done that don’t define him as a man.