Narratives

Toddler detective, chapter 9

Against the best of my still-developing judgment, I decided to keep doing the only thing I know how to do in this crazy world—sleuthing.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen presents: Cage ‘n’ Chicken

Aficionados of flavorful fowl from 15 states flocked on Friday to the Georgia headquarters of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. They weren’t prepared for what they were about to see.

Unbearable pepper spray: a grizzly experience

The eyes were too far apart to belong to a small animal and not dreamy enough to be Dan Stevens studying for his upcoming role as The Beast—that's when I knew we were dealing with a bear.

Toddler detective, chapter 8

A bare bulb in a dark room. I feel like I've woken up from an eleven month nap. I think I'm a very long way from my crib.

Cage, the Elephant

Fans ranged from disappointed to infuriated as they left what they thought was supposed to be a rare Rochester performance…

Franklin and the chocolate factory

“Here we are,” said Scott Mistler-Ferguson, humor editor of the Campus Times, “this is the production room. This is where all the magic happens.”

I hate, therefore I am

Over winter break, in between stuffing my face with Christmas cookies and binge-watching episodes of “Glee,” I managed to read an entire book.

My brilliant but boycotted birthday bash

Ever since I turned nine my birthdays have gone downhill, all because some kids at school decided to boycott my birthday party.

A note from your housemates

Things are going to have to change between us now.

Divorcing the iPhone

I am proud to say I recently accomplished what few have managed to do before me. I left the iPhone.