As Steve Axelrod relives one of the most romantic moments in his life, he falls in love once more with the one that got away.
Steven Axelrod continues his painful quest to understand dating after divorce.
Steve Axelrod reminisces on his lost love and realizes he’s not alone as he thought he was. He just wishes he enjoyed the company.
Steven Axelrod thought that dating after he divorced would be the easy part. After all, woman had been flirting with him for years. It wasn’t until he was single again that he figured out why.
After his divorce, Steve Axelrod just wants to get rid of a wedding ring that he never much wanted anyway. But in exchange, he receives information he didn’t really want to know.
Steven Axelrod, with part one of a seven part series from the front lines of modern divorce.
Steven Axelrod sees Tom Cruise, today’s action hero. A man who does his own stunts and performs so he’s worth the price of admission. Nothing else should matter.
Steven Axelrod discusses fitness after fifty and finding the perfect distraction.
In the endless ocean of hope and dreams, Steven Axelrod rides the wave of American eagerness.
Steven Axelrod reflects on human connection, as it exists from Nantucket to Los Angeles.
Steven Axelrod remembers living on both sides of the social spectrum and following his dreams to Los Angeles.
Steven Axelrod shares his experiences as a father and the lessons not found in parenting manuals.
Unlike his father, Steven Axelrod turned away from Hollywood and back toward his family—and found joy.
Steven Axelrod notices that greed, guilt, and mendacity largely mark the Nantucket elite, and he is equally terrified and curious at the prospect of joining them.
Despite its reputation among men, “Project Runway” offers an admirable display that all audiences can benefit from, Steven Axelrod writes.