I debated long and hard about whether or not to write about this subject, let alone put this specific post out there for public consumption.
When I started blogging for the Times Union, I committed myself to not getting too personal. Why? Well, to be honest, most blogs that are highly personal aren’t really all […]
Before we begin, a reminder that “Laughs for Lark” is tonight at The Linda (WAMC Recording Studio). Tickets are sold at the door for $15; click for more info.
The film “Sex and the City 2” opens with the overplayed “Empire State of Mind,” then suddenly and […]
Ah, sweet relief.
Now that the play (and my acting “career”) is over, I have my social life back. I can look forward to things like getting people together for the occasional UFC fight card, and every other night saying “you know, I’m just exhausted and would just as rather stay in.”
Yes, it’ll be […]
Ladies, I need your help again.
This time I’m confused about your nails.
I don’t mean I’m confused about what nails are. Wikipedia tells us that they’re toughened keratin at the end of an animal digit (that’s what she said). I’m confused, rather, as to why so many women continue to spend time, money, and […]
The prevalence of Facebook and social media in the day to day lives of individuals has blurred the line between the public and the private. While it has bucked the tradition of anonymity provided by the internet, it hasn’t come with the increase in discretion that one would associate with having your name and public […]
Topics of conversation on a first date can be pretty tricky. Some say it’s a good idea to go with the same general rule one goes with in business in order to keep it polite and cordial: stay away from religion and politics.
First dates are a bit trickier, especially if you’re on a blind […]
My single friends often say all the good ones are taken or married. But I maintain that a lot of the bad ones are too; Hell, some of the worst people I know are married. Despite what other people my age might believe, I don’t think I’m at a point yet (I’m 28) where it’s […]
For years, internet dating carried a stigma of cybersex and anonymity that made it a scorned and potentially risky venture. But we now find ourselves in an age where technology is embraced as a part of our lives, rather than a geeky substitute for it. As the century turned, so did attitudes towards internet dating, which over […]
Note: this is is the third installment of Dating Week, a series of blog posts sparked by a discussion last Saturday with two other single male friends.
Although meeting women when they’re out with friends isn’t the best time to pick them up, it does have its benefits. They tend to be more open, more […]
All day long, something didn’t sit right with me about the last two days’ worth of posts. At first I figured it was content, as I’m notorious in my circles for being my own worst critic when it comes to writing (or anything else). However, reading a post from a fellow TU blogger made me […]
- Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye…
- Listen to me LIVE as guest co-host of Alternative to Sleeping tonight at 10pm!
- Realtors: “WAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH” George Hearst III: “NONONOO SSSSHHH IT’S OKAY, it’s okay…here. Here’s a pacifier.” Kristi: “#oops.”
- Open Mic web series premiere tonight @ Lark Tavern
- Trust Me, You’re Going to Want to See This