Monthly Archives: March 2014

Reality Check

You matter. That’s what my friend, Emily, said to a room full of privileged teens last night. You might be asking yourself why she used the 10 minutes she was given to stress that point. I mean, they are white, self-absorbed kids and on top of that, they are “rich.” I think it is because […]

An Airport Adventure: Conclusion

The man – a young American was peeling an enormous grapefruit, carelessly squirting large puddles on the newly zambonied floor. “Want some?” I declined the grapefruit, but welcomed the conversation. Come to find out, he was a news producer for a major network, assigned to the Moscow Bureau. He educated me on the life of […]