As I’ve found from writing this column for decades, humor is bound to offend someone who doesn’t find it funny. And now those humor-challenged folks have taken aim at our beloved Trader Joe’s, a company that is famous for not...Read More
Author: Ellen Snortland
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook… can you hear me growling? Even though it just had a major graphic overhaul, the content remains as-is. Am I the only one who remembers its genesis as “Facemash,” an internet-based meat market for...Read More
All over our country, statues—totems of our values—are being scrutinized like never before. Glaringly missing from these reevaluations is the issue of gender, as many of us are profoundly aware. According to a Smithsonian...Read More
It’s midnight. My husband and I are walking home from a performance of my off-Broadway show, “Now That She’s Gone,” in New York City. I am half a block in front of Ken because he’s slower than I am due to bad knees. I walk...Read More
White people only, please. If you’re Black, read no further. Black people already know what I’m about to say, and worse, they have been saying it for decades. This is not about Jim Crow water fountains, peanut galleries, or...Read More
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