Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation raises $6 million for liberation from cancer. The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation hosted its 24th annual benefit dinner and auction featuring musical luminary Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit with guest guitarist Warren Haynes. More than $6 million was raised to support groundbreaking global cancer research while the band […]
My wilderness survival course in the southern Utah desert included three days completely alone in a red canyon so beautiful it made other parts of the earth seem lonely. Mother Nature’s sandbox dyed me red-orange. My senses felt alive. I smelled the sage breeze, heard the wisp of darting vultures, saw the dry earth crackling […]
Simplicity has no baggage. I’m sitting in a kayak in a hidden cove somewhere in the Andaman Sea’s Mergui Archipelago. This mostly uninhabited string of reefs and islands extend 200 miles along Burma’s coast—an 800-isle Eden the size of Vermont. Since time immemorial, Mergui’s waters have been home to floating nomad families, the Moken, […]
To err is human. However, full forgiveness might only be possible from a pet. While in Cyprus, an island nation in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, a buried sense of pet guilt overcame me. I’m not unfamiliar with surging tangential thoughts, but it seemed odd that Chelsea, my childhood cat, leapt into my mind. Our globe […]
Wilmington Done Right I have a crush on Delaware, having written previous tales about its musical, pastoral and brewing gems. My recent visit synced with the declaration that Joe Biden was the President-Elect. This excursion explored downtown Wilmington, which is more of a small town where many locals have met Joe or have connections to […]
Due to COVID-19, NYC basketball court rims have been removed at locations where repeated attempts at social distancing have not been successful.