No one has ever actually made a public comment about my work, although Newt Gingrich misquoted me once on the floor of the House.
I realized I could read when I understood the credits of Laverne & Shirley. I’ve been writing ever since. Well, since after Laverne & Shirley was over.
I used to write a parenting blog and also another blog. I was an online columnist for the totally leftist Memphis Flyer and, for editorial reasons I’ll never understand, a disappeared conservative site called Main Street Journal. I’ve also been a booking agent/concert presenter, an award-winning copywriter, and an actual Vice President, but I can’t seem to stop writing other stuff in my free time.
Welcome to Memphis
I was excited to be asked to do two Memphis-centric pieces for StyleBlueprint that gave me a chance to dig deeper into some of my favorite local landmarks and history. I sat down with Orpheum CEO Brett Batterson and got input from my fave local expert Wayne Dowdy to tell 90 years of The Orpheum …
Women in the corner office
Over the last couple weeks, I’ve had the honor of profiling two women with prominent and critical leadership roles in Memphis: Beverly Robertson and Meri Armour. Beverly was recently named as interim CEO of the Greater Memphis Chamber, where she applies her background as an educator, corporate executive, entrepreneur, and nonprofit director to advocate for …
Guess who’s back?
Yes, I know the worst thing to do on a blog is comment on how long it’s been since the last post (also, are we still even doing blogs?), but I just realized how long it had been since I’d updated my portfolio, so all that is now current. There are a lot of great …
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