The young gay mayor of South Bend is a big hit with liberals, but can the poor and working-class trust him?
A dystopian short story by Hector Luis Alamo
Hector chats with his childhood buddy Adrian, who came to Vegas to bet on some games and hit the tables.
Hector stops by the Luxor in Las Vegas to chat with his longtime friend and colleague, Marlena Fitzpatrick, about her childhood in Puerto Rico, the world of music and musical theater, dominoes, and the future of Puerto Rico.
‘I swear, man, we’re screwed, the whole world is done. Over. … This generation, Emily’s, I swear. They’re worse than we were.’
It’s impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys at first glance.
The Left is divided and in trouble. But maybe that’s a good thing.
Don’t let the hip, trendy decor at this new Mexican spot in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter fool you. The chefs know what they’re doing.