The family is putting a ribbon on a rapid & righteous trip to London, the first time my girls Alexia & Talia, have gone across the pond. While the prospect of boarding a plane with them for 8+ hours is now more terrifying than The Exorcist ever was, I’m still calling this an unqualified win for… Read More Life Lesson: Live your life, eyes wide open
I spend lots of time at my kids’ school. They’re fortunate to go to the type of school that encourages active parental involvement. One of the benefits of spending so much time on campus is learning new things about my children. For example, I know from other parents and teachers that Talia is clearly a… Read More Kids & Memories Of My Dad
I spent so much time at the movies as a kid, the ushers should have collected a babysitting allowance from my parents. At the old Loew’s Westchester Twin Theater, I saw countless classics — and many others that most certainly were not classics — in the late 70s and early 80s. Those regular visits the movies… Read More Whatever Happened To All The Great PG-rated Movies?
The days just before the San Diego Comic Con, for those who are part of the media, can be as stressful and chaotic as the actual convention. Talent booking questions, production issues, last-minute logistical concerns, they all pop up in that day or two before one heads west to the biggest pop culture event on… Read More Adventures In Parenting – My Shopkins Comic Con Experience
Like just about any parent, I want teach my children all the right things. Don’t steal, lie or cheat. Never give up. Win with class, lose with grace. Be a loyal friend. Pour the milk first, then add the cereal (trust me on this). Watch all the Disney movies. This last one came into play the other… Read More Adventures in Parenting: Picking The Wrong Movie