Panda in the Hugo Boss

I apologize up front as this post is a little longer than usual, and some of the comments in this post may not be politically correct.  But I think I’ve finally been able… Continue reading

Mean Girls and Finding Kind

I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about a free documentary screening at the Q Café on May 18th 6:30pm, particularly if you’re reading this post in Seattle. Finding Kind is… Continue reading

Freaks, Geeks, and More: Just Another Day at Green Lake

  Spring is finally moseying its way here to Seattle and I’m sure many of you allergy-sufferers already know this by your loud constant sneezes.  You know it’s bad when you can actually… Continue reading

Finding Markers of Hope and Wonder: Happy 50th Space Needle!

We are gearing up for a festive weekend here in Seattle as the Space Needle officially turns the big 5-0 this Saturday! Now because the importance of the 1962 World Exposition to Seattle… Continue reading

Confessions of a Modern Day Recluse

Ding-dong… diiiiing-donnnnng.  Knock knock knock. Even though I’m standing at the other side of the house folding laundry, my heart jumps and I freeze at the sudden noise.  I try my best at… Continue reading

12 Years On: A Few Thoughts on Goldman Sachs and Greg Smith

“A person may cause evil to others not only by his actions but by his inaction, and in either case he is justly accountable to them for the injury.”  John Stuart Mill I… Continue reading

March Madness?

With Selection Sunday just behind me and hours of productivity lost to ESPN and CBS Sports, I’m reminded that the month of March represents much diversity in the world of sport, particularly in… Continue reading

Ten Minutes

I never used to care about  ten minutes, but in Hong Kong, ten minutes is the deal-maker or breaker. As I dash into a cabin at the very front of the train, I… Continue reading