I’m going to say it: I have never liked Harry Potter! I know, I know; you’re thinking to yourself: “…but Megan, you’re a mother of three beautiful, intelligent, sweet daughters and two hunky sons—and you’re looking great for it by the way—surely you appreciate what Harry Potter has done for young readers?”
Continue reading Scary Nutter and the Half-Baked Ideas!
There’s no J.K.-ing about Rowling’s stupid opinions
A lot has changed since the coronavirus hit America. We met Dr. Anthony Fauci, America’s real life McDreamy and head of the C—wait, not the CDC? Is it the WHO? No—wait, what? We pulled out of the WHO?! Jesus…Well, it’s basically something like the CDC—and Dr. Deborah Birx, who’s spent months sending us all secret messages encoded in colorful scarves.
Continue reading Top 10 Surprisingly Unhelpful Ways to Fight COVID-19
As a middle-aged white woman with socially progressive but fiscally conservative politics and a fashionably cosmopolitan sensibility, I have spent the last two years aggressively surveying the media landscape, honing my editorial voice, waiting for my moonshot. Some nights I lie awake in bed imagining my name immortalized in print, anticipating Maureen Dowd’s looming retirement or Jennifer Rubin’s untimely death.
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Motherhood in the Time of COVID-19
Our nation is at a crossroads in these, our deeply troubled times. The Founding Fathers look on, their legacies casting a grand shadow from the heavens, which arcs across the Sacred Providence that are these United States—and they’re pissed. Continue reading Wake Up America, and Feel the F*cking Vibes
POCKET — A cadre of area Boomers has leveled online attacks at the Nugget Market on Florin Rd., claiming the store’s aisle signs and bright lighting are exacerbating age-related vision problems. Continue reading Nugget’s aisle signs trigger local Boomers