David Kindred’s press credentials reflect a fabulous life well-lived. He isn’t just a sportswriter. He is a storyteller, and a damn good one.
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Brandon Woolf is reviving the letter-writing tradition, hoping that the personal touch provides comfort in these challenging, often-divisive times.
Once upon a time, TV writer Ted Bergman was the hottest ticket in town, but these days, it’s tough for him to get a ticket on the bus tour. He believes age could be a big part of the reason. He explains how he’s battling ageism in Hollywood.
Marc Sotkin is one of the most accomplished and successful writers and producers in the TV industry, and even he isn’t immune from the ageism that still permeates our society. He explains how he’s had to keep reinventing himself to stay in the game.
She made her name as a writer for shows like “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Bob Newhart Show,” and these days, she’s just as well known for her adventures in dating. We catch up with the lovely (and hilarious) Susan Silver.
What if your worst nightmare came true? That’s the predicament Alexandra Penney faced in 2008 when she learned that her investment adviser was about to become notorious.
After a bad break-up, 29-year-old struggling writer Justin Halpern moved home with his parents and started tweeting all the really funny and shockingly honest things his dad says. The result was the instant phenomenon $#*! My Dad Says.
He’s an unlikely renaissance man whose voice is known to millions of public radio listeners. But it’s his global adventures that are the real story.
She’s a relationship expert who believes we all — regardless of age — deserve a shot at love. Lisa Daily says the dating dynamic is different now than ever before, and she has tips for dating like a grownup.
The television icon traveled from near poverty in Brooklyn to the top of the heap in Hollywood. And he made it with the same woman by his side!
Sherrie Mathieson rocketed to success as a fashion stylist to the stars, and now she’s turned her attention to helping everyday women understand how to achieve the look they want, and cut down on their fashion mistakes.
Zora Neale Hurston is one of the preeminent writers of black literature. But she died broke and largely ignored in 1960. Now, the town of her birth brings the story of her life to the public.