Poor Judgment

This was the neighborhood of Jim Rocco, the bright kid raised by a single mother.  He was her pride and joy.  “My Jimmy’s gonna to be a big-time lawyer,” she used to say. Jim did become a lawyer and eventually, a Supreme Court judge.  Then, a provocative article appeared in the Times, accusing him of… Read More Poor Judgment

Samira Nasr

In 2021, Montreal born, Samira Nasr becomes Harper Bazaar’s first black editor-in-chief. She made history in the magazine’s 154 year history. She took over the helm in the middle of a pandemic but after months of setbacks, the March issue debuted. She totally owned it, featuring Megan Thee Stallion on its cover. Samira’s vision for the… Read More Samira Nasr

Tough Times

“How’s it going, Joni?” Radica asked me as we stood outside of the antique shop. I look at her.  How would she react if I were to tell her that in exchange for free rent I’m having sex with my landlord?  I’ve no choice.  I’m a single mother.  I can’t lose my apartment.  So, it’s… Read More Tough Times