Sisters shouldn’t always have to do it for themselves!
My Turn by Diane Johnson How Far Can Memory Travel? When Alice called me that week she began to tell me of the places she had taken my son. “Kevin loved the Santa Barbara Mission, of course,” she said, “and I took him to the beach at Carpinteria and all along the creek trickling down [...]
by Brent Calderwood It was different then— even twenty years ago— no place for kind young men. Five, six, eight, ten, the halls, a shortcut home. I know, it was different then, but I can’t remember when I didn’t dread that I’d grow into one of those kind young men who’d sell their sword for [...]
Extraordinary Events Actor Jason Ritter discusses his philanthropic passion, the loss of loved ones, and awakening in Africa by Dann Dulin I’m in awe of Jason Ritter. But not for the reason you might think. It’s not because he’s starring in the popular TV thriller, The Event, nor because he’s the son of Hollywood royalty [...]
All Over the Mapa A New Parent, Comedian And Actor Alec Mapa Teaches A&U’s Dann Dulin About The Art Of Giving, How To Comfort Yourself Through Life’s Lows, And Reveals A Solution To Lower HIV Infection Rates In The Younger Gay Community “I’m like horseshit. I’m all over the place,” declares a playful Alec Mapa [...]