Monthly Archives: "May 2014"

May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments Back in the Day: Summonses

The other day I was driving to pick up my daughter from school. She is a freshman at the Frank Sinatra School of Performing Arts. It is a wonderful school, but its’...

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“When someone is mean to me, I just make them a victim in my next book.” — Mary Higgins Clark   Revenge is a dish better served sang froid. Then there’s Revenge, the...

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The Rangers just lost, and momentum seemingly has shifted back to the Montreal side. I’ve seen a seismic energy shift in an NHL Playoff series before (twice, to be exact, in both...

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May 27, 2014 | 0 Comments Scoop Du Jour: The Heart of My Home

My first grownup apartment was not in New York, but in Los Angeles, where I moved after college for a bright new job. There were palm trees outside, and a sunny porch...

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Dear 23-Year-Old Chris, I’m not sure if you’ll actually read this letter. I know for a fact you gave up on written correspondence during college, and now mainly communicate through two-word phone...

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