I had the opportunity to interview child actor-turned-director/producer/Hollywood every-man at the CineYouth Film Festival in Chicago. The festival featured filmmakers all under the age of 21–talk about inspiring. Savage hosted opening night of the festival, walking the red carpet to kick things off. He was super-friendly, and had some great things to say. What, you ask? Read on to find out.
I have a confession: I can be a tad passive-aggressive at times. I came clean about it in a piece for The Frisky and took readers through the stages of this behavior.
The other day, a co-worker sent me a link to a deal on Gilt City–for an entire wedding. These days, you can buy just about anything on a flash sale site, but still, this was one of the more bizarre offerings I’ve seen. So, of course, I had to write about it. Check out my thoughts, on The Frisky.
I profiled another one of my favorite Chicago neighborhoods, Andersonville, for Michigan Avenue Magazine online, featuring old and new hotspots.
Southport is one of Chicago’s rising-star neighborhoods–and I’m not just saying that because I live there. I highlighted some of the best things to do, eat and see there for Michigan Avenue Magazine online.
For better or worse, there are certain things many women expect men to know how to do. I wrote about those things for Made Man.
This one, for The Frisky, was a labor of love (pun intended). I wrote about my experience of going through the Bat Mitzvah process as an adult, and how it relates to and affects my upcoming wedding–and marriage–to a non-Jew.