I traveled solo this weekend and one benefit to being alone in the car is that I can set my radio to whatever I choose. Think less KidzBop and more NPR. While traveling I heard an interview with Bailey Davis, a former cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints. Davis has, according to NPR, “filed a […]

I was driving home after teaching one Sunday and listening to the TED Radio Hour. Hosted by Guy Raz, the show features a few TED talks each week, woven together thematically in often surprising ways. Guy plays snippets from the talks and interviews the presenters a bit. I always enjoy it. On this particular day, […]

It’s not writer’s block. No, it’s definitely not writer’s block, because I’ve been able to write. It’s blogger’s block. And it’s been happening since the inauguration of our 45th President. For some of you out there, the inauguration was a normal, every-four-years kind of event. For some of you, perhaps it was even a non-event. […]

So, this recipe makes a lot of food. It’s become a regular in my family’s rotation in part because it does make so much. Any time dinner can become lunch for me the next day, I’m #winning. Before I realized I had celiac and went out to dinner more often, broccoli and chicken was one […]