Ed’s Sheeran’s third album, “Divide”, is very ambitious but finds itself becoming a mixed bag. The music is often well-done and drives the tracks, which would be fine if Sheeran’s lyrics weren’t what stood out most about his career.Read more "Album review: “Divide”"
A 269-page offering which steers the reader through the ebb and flow of the extinction event very few of us know is occurring, all while maintaining scientific insight, detail and even a pinch of humor.Read more "Book Review: “The Sixth Extinction”"
What it actually represents has yet to fully materialize, but four women from different backgrounds who attended three separate marches – Washington, New York and San Diego – have come forward to discuss what the marches meant to them and how they feel about the various politics and criticisms surrounding the collective effort to fight for equal gender rights.Read more "Faces in the Crowd: The Women’s Marches"
Now the Chargers won’t go down as an illustrious franchise, like the Green Pay Packers or New York Giants, but they’re indisputably woven into the fabric of the NFL nonetheless.Read more "So long, San Diego"
It has taken time, self-nurturing and the support of some wonderful people, but I now once again have the confidence to give this a shot.Read more "Why the name?"