Glee: Time Warp

The Rocky Horror Picture Show holds a special place in my family’s heart. One of the great stories about my mother and father took place at one of the shows. I laugh inside every time I think about it. So when my favorite show decided to take on the movie, I was thrilled. The movie […]

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In Which I Survive TedxCincinnati

I wished I had Brad King as a professor in journalism school. The Ball State University professor is a fellow researching how new technologies impact story-telling. He reminded the crowd that no one is a digital native. — TEDxCincy showcases think power, Laura Baverman in the Cincinnati Enquirer It was a good day at the TedxCincy conference. […]

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The Miracle on Grass…

When I was 8 years old, I remember watching the USA hockey team beat the Soviets. I remember because I was at my grandmother’s place. She had a small television, and while I didn’t understand exactly what was happening, I understood that it meant something. It was a different time and place, but watching the […]

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Two Years Ago

Sunday, May 11, 2008. Mother’s Day. I don’t need to look up the day. It’s etched in my head. When you call your parents from jail, you tend to remember those days. That day would be the first day of my sobriety, which in 2 days will have reached 2 years. I promised my mother […]

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