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The Gillette Ad, Tipping for Takeout, and Mary Oliver

The part I auditioned for last week was so small that I learned my lines for it while I was slating.

By Tony Nappo / Jan 22, 2019

A Drag Queen’s Divine Worship

I was six years old when I started wearing women’s costume jewelry. Later, at my Catholic elementary school, I learned that this was called “foreshadowing.”

By Justin Miller / Sep 8, 2016
iPhoto caption: Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

All Our Heroes Are Flawed

If there’s anything my own religious journey has taught me, it’s that the tension between belief and doubt is what gives us the tools to try and answer the core questions “What should we believe?” and “How should we live?”

By Aaron Willis / Jun 6, 2016