Embed from Getty ImagesFiction by Steve Jaeger, based on actual events that took place in France in 1944.—At fifteen, Gaspar Fournier had as much military experience as any of his fellow Marquis. Very few people even knew Gaspar by his real name. To most people he was known as Le Bec. He was a fearless…
Steve Jaeger shares his conversation with his fluffy friends.
Steve Jaeger finds Donald Trump bombastic, but is not convinced The Donald even wants to be President. Ted Cruz, however, is on “a mission from God”.
“The last thing Salim Khan saw in his brief life was a millisecond of a blinding flash of light and a loud bang as he detonated the four pounds of plastique in his backpack.” Fiction by Steve Jaeger.
Steve Jaeger with a behind-the-scenes look at a restaurant, Friday night, 7 pm.
Steve Jaeger shares a comical documentation of his life.
Steve Jaeger remembers a cross-country drive with his family when he was nine, and a storm so intense it still gives him goosebumps.
After a near deadly cat fight between Steve Jaeger’s Himalayan cat and a pit bull, the cat has something to say to Steve.
Here are a few things Steve Jaeger took away from the food industry.
Steve Jaeger, with a quick rant about bicyclists who don’t follow the rules of the road.
Steve Jaeger’s list.
Steve Jaeger remembers the day that John F. Kennedy died. Where were you?
Steve Jaeger, with a chilling work of fiction about a forgotten way to go MIA in a war.
The most recent episode of Mad Men reminded Steve Jaeger of what it was like in America when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated.
Steve Jaeger takes you back to his last summer in Coney Island, when he was finally tall enough to ride the Parachute Jump.
The Seventies were a decade of smashing taboos in filmmaking: in dialogue, depictions of history, and the image of the leading man.