For decades, fans and critics begged for Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird, to write another a novel. In 2015, they finally got their wish. Kind of. And, as always, you should be careful what you wish for.
It’s Friday. (More than) half the country is in a funk. Thanksgiving is next week. Work is crazy. So, instead of obsessing over politics or reading another essay about how to hack your way to greatness, I thought I’d just go light today and run down a list of my favorites.
I’ve had a multitude of famous crushes over the years.
This is a follow-up to The 10 Best Scenes from The West Wing Taste is subjective. Rankings are subjective. And personal preferences are subjective. So, when you combine those three, people will appreciate the attempt and applaud the effort, but also wonder how you could forget that one thing that is clearly as good asContinue reading “The 10 (More) Best Scenes from “The West Wing””
I know that it is a golden age for television, but at the moment I simply don’t have the time or inclination to dive into a new series. The TV in my living room is usually playing Disney Junior and I’d prefer to either read or write. If I am going to watch something new,Continue reading “The 10 Best Scenes from “The West Wing””