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At some point in the hours prior to the Thanksgiving dinners of our childhood, our mother would whisper to Chris and me to begin thinking about what we were thankful for. Soon, we were sprawled alongside our cousins, Kayla and Nancy, on the living room floor,...

Amy Hollingsworth: The Glimmer

Long before the raft of high-profile Fred Rogers documentaries, biopics, books and remembrances, author Amy Hollingsworth’s, “The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers,” was the lone mainstream tome to explore the connections between his upbringing, faith, and luminous...

Vote “Yes”

This election has been different for me than any prior. But not in the way you think. Thirty years ago, on the afternoon of my eighteenth birthday, I drove my silver, two-door, four-speed Volkswagen Rabbit to the Devon, Pennsylvania, post office and registered to...

Craig Mullaney: How To Be Human

Craig Mullaney’s bio is sort of ridiculous. High School Valedictorian. West Point Graduate. Rhode Scholar. Army Ranger. National Security Advisor. Tech Executive. Best Selling Author. You get it. I think of my friend, Craig, though, as one of very few guys with whom I...

Vote “Yes”

This election has been different for me than any prior. But not in the way you think. Thirty years ago, on the...

Field Of Dreams

Field Of Dreams

Rockford Park is just one hundred steps out our front door. All summer, Abbi has been walking the girls down to a...

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Rescue Mission

Rescue Mission

The last thing I remember, I was running the numbers as I dashed from some nondescript Midtown hotel. How many blocks...

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In Rainbows

In Rainbows

It was always all about the coda. First, the acoustic. Then, DJ Latenight's studio magic: white noise, blips and...

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