What do we do when our cultural icons are problematic?
Trust the Process? Two months. That’s how long it’s been since I received the rejection. The line that still stings went something like this: “while we loved your writing, we’ve decided we’re going to pass on your manuscript.” Writers the world over have received this sentence, or some variation, by the hundreds. If we were paid…
Marie Roker-Jones shares some of the life lessons found in ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ and the importance of being open to learning and trying new things.
…and Finding the Star that Shines Brightest for You Hear this, my boys: you will learn something new every day. This is 100% true right now as you fill up your heads with ideas and new discoveries by the minute. You both come home from preschool with amazing new skills you didn’t have before, and…
Do you have a moment? Or does your moment have you? If you have to ask At least ask nice, nice, nice. Words are fun Words are cool But remember that words are not the world They are just the pool. So go out my friends Go out, by going in. Don’t…
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Lawrence Hill, who is one of Canada’s most distinguished and published authors, discuss everything in Hill’s purview.
American men have been anything but silent toward immigration reform—what should we think now?
In living each day, there ought to be a balance of time spent with the world wide web and offline.
What Can Dr. Seuss Can Teach Us About Recovery?
Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ Whether his name is Buxbaum, or Bixby, or Bray, or…
I can make you wholly new, but it will require ingredients and sacrifice. Are you willing to become new?
With green eggs, Who-hearing elephants, and cats with tall cats, Dr. Seuss’ books teach valuable lessons on racism, prejudice and diversity
It appears that the young son of the Boys in the Burbs has a breakfast special that is always on the menu.
Tor Constantino marks the anniversary of his vasectomy with a pithy poem in the tradition of Dr. Seuss—to be clear, Dr. Seuss did NOT perform the vasectomy.
After watching a man SUP across Canadian waters, Raoul Wieland wonders what questions will guild him in his own life.
Clinical Psychologist Cliff Mazer wonders what’s happening with some men today who just can’t seem to get it together.