I know it’s just an industry rag, but I’m in the Hollywood Reporter!
Some Q&A with the first major newspaper I wrote for (while still in college). There will always be something special about the Globe for me.
I talked with Dana Schwartz about Just the Funny Parts. She asked some great questions,
The 92nd Street Y is so hip! They are high-tech! It’s swell!
If you click this link you can watch John Oliver be funny and me share the stage with him.
The 11 New Memoirs Everyone Will Be Talking About This Spring
How great is it that they had their list go to eleven? I’m happy to be included with a bunch of other people writing about themselves.
In 2009, I helped write the Oscars’ Red Carpet pre-show. Standing on the red carpet, I was inches from Beyonce, Daniel Craig, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and Taraji P. Henson. They all disappeared into the Kodak theater but I didn’t have a ticket so I stayed behind. Instantly, the Red Carpet became a ghost town. There were a few workers off to the side, already starting to rip up the carpet when I decided to walk the entire length and savor the moment. About halfway down, something caught my eye–a tiny flash of bright white in this sea of red.
I bent down to examine the item and laughed. Someone had dropped an oval-shaped, scored line down the middle – definitely not a Tic Tac. I took a photo and later googled the shape. It was a Xanax.
Thoughts about #MeToo from me, too.
How Does it Feel When a Horrible Former Boss Gets Taken Down?
over at Esquire.
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