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‘Carpe diem’ and all that jazz

Ever since I was a kid, I have loved to cook. For my eighth birthday my grandfather took me to a cooking class on French and Mediterranean herbs and out to dinner at our favorite restaurant, Shuhei, for sushi and tempura - a tradition we carry on to this day.


Cowboys don’t cry: A middle school memoir

I spent nine years of my childhood at Saint Agatha School, a tiny redbrick Catholic k-8 institution of about 400 students, comfortably nestled in the pretension and prosperity of Upper Arlington, Ohio. Saint Agatha had all the characteristics of your quintessential Catholic school: God's blessing and judgment, ill-fitting uniforms, brain washing issued after each Morning Prayer.