Theatre For One: For This Moment at Loyola University Hallelujah! Live theater has returned to Orleans Parish! Granted, it was only for two weekends. And audiences were limited. And the run is over now. But it happened and successfully so. What “it” was, was Theatre For One: For This Moment put on by Loyola University’s Department of Theatre Arts & … [Read more...] about Trodding the Boards November 3, 2020
Volume 38 Issue 22
If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We’ve Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family. Jamie Kelton and Robin Hopkins. Lit Riot Press, 2020. 345 pages. Several years ago, a lesbian couple decided to start a family. Anne and Jaimie would each get pregnant and have a child. Anne was the first, but when it came time for Jaimie to conceive, she … [Read more...] about Book Review: If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We’ve Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family
Sometimes I think we have lost the ability to just “be” with ourselves. If we don’t use the time alone to the greatest advantage, it just goes away and is no longer there for the taking. There is a way to view ‘alone’ and ‘lonely’ as two different but equally interesting concepts. Perhaps there have been times lately that you have felt a bit lonely while being with … [Read more...] about Spirituality, Solace, Mindfulness: What Path to Take?
You do not have to feel guilty anymore. I have decided to change the name of my “Guilty Pleasures” column to “Tony’s Top Fabulous Five”. Each article will give you my top five interesting ways that help me enjoy myself and forget the crazy world we are living in at the moment. #5. Pickleball Before a few weeks ago, I had never heard of pickleball. … [Read more...] about Tony’s Top Fabulous Five November 3, 2020