One child’s lost drawings in a 19th-Century medical manuscript.
One man searches desperately for a reconnection with his childhood friend.
I wake up in a great mood. Know Why? Because I have a Reason.
My father gave me fear, my friends gave my faith—how one vital thing I’ve learned has turned me towards being a dad.
Live like your life’s disease is mystery & the cure is curiosity. How seeking change has brought me exactly what I have been looking for.
Pitfall, and not the Atari kind—What happens when we set out with full steam, and suddenly find ourselves at the bottom of a pit, alone, lost, and calling out to no one?
Not all kids’ shows are created equal, but this Disney Channel cartoon is one of the best and has two big reasons why grown-ups should be excited about its upcoming episodes.
Watching a lost young girl eventually find her family made Cort Ruddy think about the importance of being able to depend on the kindness of strangers
Mike Grant searched for Viking treasure while camping with his own dad, and wishes to impart the same sense of adventure to his sons.
Greg Olear had high hopes that Homeland would join the ranks of the truly elite television dramas. Here, his criteria for what makes a TV show superb.
Joanna Schroeder challenges the outdated notion that Americans don’t find men of color sexy.
These are comments by tgolden and James Nakamura on the post “The Man Behind the Mask”.
Marc Oromaner believes that the strongest men are those who have the strength to forgive someone who did them wrong.
Ryan and Kevin finally discover the meaning of the show: Franklin and Bash are one person.
Part of the fun of riding a bicycle is getting lost and learning about a new neighbourhood. I rely more than I should on the mnemonic phrase “Never Eat Shredded Wheat.” Second Best: “Never Eat Soggy Worms.” I ask for directions, and I am a man. Impossible? I have learned to distrust my instincts. If…