So this month’s issue of Vanish Magazine features my good friend Erica Vanlee on the cover. Of course, upon close inspection, it appears I actually wrote the story! Always so much fun to interview friends! Especially one as talented and fun as she is!
This month I take a look at some gift giving etiquette – and some of the really bad gifts people have gotten over the years.
Source: A Real Stinker | David Magazine
With what the cover and several of the inside pieces of this month’s issue are about, it seems rather frivolous to be writing about virtual shopping, but nonetheless, that’s what this month’s piece, Clicks or Bricks, is about. Continue reading
My latest piece for David!
This month, for David Magazine, I take a look at the new Wonder Woman film starring Gal Godot, as well as a brief history of the character and her creator. Of course, while you’re there, you might want to check out this related article about women in the Israeli army (of which Gadot herself was a member a few years back)
At the same time, there’s some interesting commentary happening at The Mary Sue about the lack of advertising and promotion for this film.
PS: Rasa disagrees with this list, insisting everything should be done if not daily, then at least three times a week.
Here’s a fascinating look at wedding dresses, what’s current, and how to get the mall set to wear Penny Dreadful couture!
Many years ago, back when I still lived in Vegas, I would hang out at Denny & Lee Magic shop on Saturday mornings with a bunch of great guys (who also happened to be magicians). One of them was Timm Metivier, who, a year ago, decided to open his own shop – not magic, but one for board games.
Here’s a little story I wrote about it for David. Source: Games People Play | David Magazine
My boss, the publisher of David Magazine, has this wonderful way of working. If I happen to be traveling somewhere, he knows something about the history and sends me on an adventure to write a story for an upcoming issue. This time, I was in Portugal, so he sent me in search of Portuguese Jewish history. The result is at the link below. Enjoy!
The Age of Discovery of the Portuguese Jews