Summary of My Discontent

Post-purge movie threats

The incident has prompted a proposal to require the following notice on all Internet comments: “Warning: The Surgeon General has determined that most of what you are about to read was writt
Editor’s Note

Labor Day

Every so often there is a moment or an encounter that affects you for the rest of your life.

Guest Commentary

The Resurgence of Heroin

I’ve been fighting prescription drug abuse since my first day as your Attorney General, and our Commonwealth has been battling this issue for almost two decades.

Fun with Shrapnel

Pachydermata

 The last few weeks have been troubling and stressful for everyone involved with LEO. Most of us have waffled about whether or not we should continue writing here.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Tony Dungy and the Contradiction of Black Homophophia

I’m waiting all the facts to develop in the Michael Brown case so I can comment on it intelligently.

Editor’s Note

Ambiguous Freedom

“To protect and to serve.” A cogent message for such a simple phrase — originally the motto of the LAPD, but familiar to us all.

Summary of My Discontent

Back to school tips

It’s hard to believe the end of summer vacation is already upon us.

In Visible Ink

Simmer Down, Angry Mob

My column two weeks ago referenced the song “Turn! Turn! Turn!

Editor’s Note

Poetry, Beauty, Romance, Love

“We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion.

Fun with Shrapnel

These are the breaks

 During the 1980s, African-American hair went through perhaps its most difficult transition — the Jheri curl.