If that sounds like your cup of tea and you don’t feel like waiting for the full launch on Thursday, we might have some good news for you now. If you have opted-in to the iOS 13 beta, it sounds like Arcade is already available: […]
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Quitting my directing job was one of the hardest things I have ever done. Directing musicals felt like part of my identity. But I had this nagging feeling that I was selfish for doing it. Directing took me away from my family—all the rehearsals, late […].
I walked into my father’s hospital room and found him in a full-blown panic—my father, who always has been so capable, the epitome of the in-control, successful businessman. He stood frozen and overwhelmed with the reality of his cancer diagnosis. He craved comfort and something […].