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Whenever I find myself in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Great Hall, I think of Bill. It’s where we went on our first date, the room that launched a romance. We were leaving after spending an hour or so talking … Continue reading
Montreal Comedy Festival, 1993 She’s at a front table overdressed, sipping a warm beer. Her heart pounds as she preens knowing when it’s over, she’ll be the one on his arm. The crowd is noisy, restless as servers scurry around … Continue reading
I write a homage to the late Bill Hicks twice a year…February 26, the day he took flight, and on his birthday, which is today, normally with great cheer. Recently, on three occasions, readers questioned the validity of my relationship … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to write about Bill this round, feeling a little uncomfortable after someone I like a lot, questioned our relationship, and what I’ve chosen to reveal. But then it didn’t feel right to let the day pass without … Continue reading
Today would have been Bill’s 55th birthday. I tend to celebrate it like any other poignant anniversary, with revered remembrance and lots of love. I wrote once about how we’d turn one another on to movies we loved, the other … Continue reading
The late, great Bill Hicks would have been 54 years-old today. Can’t believe he’s been gone 21 years. I always try to write something I remember about him to share, since like Elvis, he’s more popular than ever. You mention … Continue reading
The Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole was his favorite book and the first gift he ever gave me. Reservoir Dogs along with Don’t Look Now, A Face In The Crowd and Hud favorite movies. Sadly, he never got … Continue reading