I don’t remember why we chose the aquarium in Norwalk, this far-away place that became the scene of a major personal victory after a long time spent taking Ls. We didn’t plan as thoroughly then. Get in the car, pick a direction, and figure it out along the way. I love the romance of that, […]
Author: Jason Tabrys
I was looking for worthless things to ask for for a secret Santa thing and I came upon a director’s chair which sparked a memory. And since it felt like something worth more than a couple hundreds characters, here we are… I’m kinda fat. There’s no real way of masking this especially in this Zoom […]
Election day is upon us.
This article about ‘The Paper’ is not a eulogy for the zombified and soul-gutted state of the news and how we receive it. I’m just framing the lost quaint world that serves as a stage for what is a still-relevant tale about our relationship to work and each other. One that hits me square in the chest after showing the film — one of my personal favorites — to my wife, Michella, for the first time.