My boyfriend and I had a fight tonight. Not a terrible one but bad enough that I’m back at my apartment alone and intermittently crying. I’m not entirely sure what happened or why but we were sort of off all night. Then, things were said and now looking back, perhaps I was...
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Mark Schiff's friends looked at him funny after reading an early version of his play, "The Comic." "It ends with a murder-suicide," the comedian concedes. "But it's funny."
The play revisits the years when Schiff spent 30 weeks a year on the road, playing Tuesday-night crowds with...
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Once you spill your guts, they're a little hard to mop up.
Take it from me. I've been cornering men I hardly know and talking their ears off. I must be stopped. This month alone, I've had three lengthy conversations late into the night with three virtual strangers. I don't have...
September 24, 1998 | 8:00 pmEach Yom Kippur, a vestigial loneliness creeps over me. I achingly feel that my parents and family are back East; that my cousins live in Japan; that some of my dearest are dead. On this day, dispersion and alienation seeps in, and I cling to my community like fog to the shore. And...