In his reaction to an all-male casting of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, a prospective father gains insight into why he is indifferent to whether his child is a boy or a girl.
The road to recovery after a breakup can be long and challenging. But Doctor Nerd Love has some solutions to make it a little easier.
A conversation about the Taming Of The Shrew and moving “toward the light”.
If Shakespeare wasn’t Shakespeare, would it matter?
Even if you’ve never read or seen any of Shakespeare’s works, his influence has touched your life.
Happy Birthday Shakespeare!
Do you only want to dream or truly wake up?
How has the journey from courtship to marriage changed within the last 100 years and how has this been reflected in their wedding and lifestyle choices?
Nigel Hamilton on discussing the life of Ted Hughes.
From Chaucer to Shakespeare to modern researchers, Steven Lake explores the romantic gesture and Valentine’s Day. Forget it at your peril!
Theresa Byrne asks you to ditch a yearly goals or to do list, and add a “To Be” list? —The fun thing about being a grown up is that we get to make up our own rules. While I’ve spent a lot of time in the past creating lists of goals, business objectives, outcomes, and plans then uncreating things…
Our culture pressures men who think they are “supposed” to be a certain way in order to be a “real man.” And some of the best actors of our times play those roles brilliantly.
Macbeth: I’m not all bad. Honest.
A millennial’s reflections on his first year in the kitchen and a culinary call-to-arms
Lancelot Kirby believes pain is a gift and leads to greater joy, deeper thought, and a more fulfilling life.
Jessica Lahitou on some of the pervading notions on a romantic, ideal man, and how they surface and can be explained in Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the classic “Romeo and Juliet”.