In late April, my 92-year-old grandmother was the first person at her senior living community to be diagnosed with Covid-19, which made very little sense because she was confined to her room for weeks and there wasn’t an outbreak there.
I was told that later, one of the caregivers had passed away from the virus, a much younger man and a father.
My grandmother, however, survived it, and recovered at a rehab facility. After several weeks away, she returned home. Continue reading “My Grandmother Survived Covid-19”
When I was a kid, my friends and I broke out the tape recorder and pretended we were DJs. These ‘shows’ happened occasionally, starting in 1987 and lasting through 1993, before I got an internship at WMUC radio at the University of Maryland and recorded myself actually doing a real show. Continue reading “ROBO 100”
In the 1990s, when I was a student at University of Maryland, I had a public affairs show on WMUC radio and also frequently wrote for The Diamondback. During the quarantine, I started listening to my old radio show tapes – many of which are embarrassing at this point in my life – but found one that is very interesting in retrospect. Continue reading “My Interview With a Sociopath”
A hockey friend of mine, who was featured in this Washington Post article, recently returned home from the hospital after surviving the coronavirus.
Continue reading “Coronavirus”
I got to meet my wrestling hero, Mick Foley, on Monday at the Improv in D.C. and got to sit up front for his show. Continue reading “Mick Foley!”