Ebola, Shmola

Ebola, Shmola

Think Ebola looks scary? Try getting hives.

While everyone is busy focusing on the situation in Texas, you come down with what has to be the WORST CASE OF HIVES.

EVER!

It starts with a swollen finger, a finger the size of an over-sized Bratwurst. You can’t bend it. You can’t do bupkis with it. Not for all the mustard and hot dog buns in the world.
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Never Fear, the ‘Doctor’ is Here!

Never Fear, the ‘Doctor’ is Here!

  Ta-dah! The moment of truth. Gather around, for the one and only Dr. Monica is here to answer your questions! Sure, I may not have credentials, but I’ve got something better. I survived Camp Prison-Shit, and that was no … Continue reading

My Birthday Week–Fun, Frivolity, Madness & Sir Paul

My Birthday Week–Fun, Frivolity, Madness & Sir Paul

From an ant infestation on Sunday to Sir Paul McCartney eight days later, my birthday week ended with a bang and a whole lotta cashola spent.

Why a “Birthday Week” and not just a day, you might ask?

Because one day won’t do, no sir! You gotta have an entire week to celebrate with mirth and merriment! Here’s how the eight days went down:

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The ‘Doctor’ is In!

The ‘Doctor’ is In!

Have you ever needed advice about something but didn’t know who to ask? I’m not talking life or death situations. I’m no expert, after all, so don’t come expecting advice about that. I’m talking about the stuff no one really … Continue reading

The Pianist of Willesden Lane Uses Music to Cope with Tragedy of War

The Pianist of Willesden Lane Uses Music to Cope with Tragedy of War

This weekend, I went to the Lyceum and saw “The Pianist of Willesden Lane.” It’s the kind of play that slowly draws you in, exquisitely conjuring up the elegance and artistry of Vienna on the brink of World War II, as well as the heartache and loss of war. I soon found myself riveted by world-renown pianist Mona Golabek and her one-woman show. Continue reading