Hell Week, Here We Come

There are worse ways to interview for a job than Hell Week. You could be on that show called “The Apprentice.” You could be running for President. But knowing this isn’t going to make you feel much better because you’re stressed out about interviewing even though your mistakes aren’t going to be broadcast on national… Continue reading Hell Week, Here We Come

The Better Half

Imagine a fresh-smelling kitchen, including a sink without any dirty dishes. Imagine no lines to use the machines at Shad. Imagine unlimited and undisturbed access to the Internet. A fantasy world? Not quite – it was Spring Break for many partners, including myself. There were a special few of us bestowed with the privilege of… Continue reading The Better Half

The Better Half

Imagine a fresh-smelling kitchen, including a sink without any dirty dishes. Imagine no lines to use the machines at Shad. Imagine unlimited and undisturbed access to the Internet. A fantasy world? Not quite – it was Spring Break for many partners, including myself. There were a special few of us bestowed with the privilege of… Continue reading The Better Half

No Name. No Address. Just Fate

New York movies are back in vogue, with the Twin Towers carefully edited out of shots of the Manhattan skyline; and romantic comedies simply have a universal appeal to them. Serendipity delivers some of the institutions tourists would associate with ’80s New York: Bloomingdale’s, the Waldorf, the Central Park ice skating rink, the Subway, and… Continue reading No Name. No Address. Just Fate