Here’s another comedy piece that I wrote for the fine folks at Runt Of The Web. This is a back to school special, focusing on the only kid in town who’s eager for the summer to end so he can get back to school. I’ll give you a hint on who it is: it’s the one in the trench coat.
Runt Of The Web: School Shooter Only Kid Eager To Go Back To School
Here’s my latest piece for The Hard Times. Don’t be fooled by bowling shirts – they’re the ska musician’s preferred method of camouflage.
The Hard Times: Ten Dudes in Bowling Shirts Actually Just a Ska Band
My latest piece for The Hard Times (that sweet, sweet institution of comedy) is loosely based on a true story (oh, dads – what do they know?).
The Hard Times: Local Dad Still Hasn’t Realized Freddie Mercury Was Gay
There’s good cult followings (Big Star! Yeah, Alex Chilton + Chris Bell!) and the bad kind (Step right up! Get your poisoned Kool-Aid here! Ride the comet to eternity!). Here’s a piece I wrote for The Hard Times where the two types of followings collide.
The Hard Times: Mass Suicide Not The Kind of Cult Following Singer-Songwriter Was Hoping For
Here’s my first piece for Hard Drive (a spin-off from the folks at Hard Times that focuses on video games and nerd culture).
Hard Drive: Female Game Designer Surprised To Find Constructive Feedback In Middle Of Death Threat Email
Here’s a piece I wrote for Hard Style (The Hard Times’ blog section) about five unreleased tracks that should have stayed in the damn vault.
The Hard Times: 5 Previously Unreleased Tracks That Should Have Stayed That Way
I’ve been waiting for this one to come out. 🙂 One of my favorite pieces I’ve written for The Hard Times. Make no mistake – when it comes to danger and public enemies who are menaces to society, look no further than the jazz-rockers of Chicago.
The Hard Times: Out Of Control Gun Violence Making Chicago The Most Dangerous Band In America