A Herstory Lesson with U2

Almost one year ago, just moments after the final echoes of applause finished resonating through crowd at Columbus’s Nationwide Arena, I embraced the magical aftershock I experienced following the Coldplay concert I had just witnessed and took a (somewhat) solemn vow to never attend another concert as long as I live. Nothing, I concluded, could […]

One Year Later…

Inspiration has always struck me at the most inopportune times. I have piles of notebooks filled with half-finished stories and nonsensical elementary school ramblings jotted down in the dark as I tried to clear my mind before falling asleep, and my high school swim coach once bought me a waterproof notepad so I could spend my […]

Old Schooled

Brownhelm Elementary School: Home to the the famous three Rs of education: reading, writing and rusty old railings. (Okay, maybe that’s the four Rs. There’s a reason why I didn’t include arithmetic, after all!) This old school opened its doors in 1889 housed grades 1-12 for over 60 years before the Firelands Local School District […]