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Bobby and Thom Have The Expat Convo

February 19, 2017
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Thom and I were on the last walk of the day with our Doodle, Rhoda Morgenstern. Thom was subdued. Something was brewing. “I’ve been doing a lot of reading about life as an expat. Have…

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Bobby and Thom Do Gluten Free: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

January 23, 2017
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Thom and I had been married for two months. We were mini-celebrating at the best steakhouse in Los Angeles. I consume steak only once or twice a year. It often feels like a religious experience.…

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Doodle at the Shrink

January 20, 2017
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An excerpt from our Doodle, Rhoda Morgenstern’s visit to the shrink. (Work with me. It’s obviously a fantasy). *     *     * Rhoda Morgenstern took a seat opposite the doctor and asked…

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1/20/2017: The Day The Earth Stood Still

January 16, 2017
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As a kid I watched science fiction movies with my eyes shut. My older brother would force my my eyes open during the scariest moments of a film with threats of a noogie. For the uninitiated, a noogie is…

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Now Boarding

January 2, 2017
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Now Boarding

The incoming flight had been delayed over three hours. I’d already stuffed myself with every ounce of gluten and sugar I could find at O’Hare. Not a shred of self-discipline or pride remained as I…

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Streisand and Sondheim: My Gay Wedding Obsession

January 1, 2017
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It was a week before the big day. I’d sold my house and moved up to Northern California. Things were beginning to take shape in the everyday quality of my relationship with Thom. Our dogs,…

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Okay, Cupid!

December 26, 2016
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It was D-Day. 100 plus hours of phone talk had led to the moment Thom and I would first set eyes upon each other. I waited for his arrival at my home in Los Angeles.…

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The Arts: The Rockettes Thrust A Mighty Kick Into Trump’s Butt

December 24, 2016
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  Donald Trump probably wishes he were Henry VIII. If he were he could simply command performers to entertain at his coronation, I mean, inauguration. The list of nuh uh, we won’t showfolks is adding up: Andrea…

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Mr. Almost Right

December 22, 2016
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I was 58 when I began the search. Old enough to know there is no Mr. Right. Romantic enough to think I’d find Mr. Almost Right. Protective friends warned not to expect much. All of…

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Trump Previews 3 Point Plan To Obama

December 20, 2016
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“Barry,” Trump said. “It’s Donald.” “Don’t call me that,” Obama said. “It’s demeaning.  Have you learned nothing from how people react to your disrespect?” “Yeah. I learned I can say anything and still win by…

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