Here’s the big news!


I should probably have mentioned this when it came out, but I was too busy thinking it was all a dream. You see, I got to write about the WWE for The Washington Post. And it really happened. So go read it! But watch this first to get in the mood.


Stop laughing. Curling is a righteous game that deserves the world’s respect. Despite the Norwegian men’s team’s pants. Or maybe because of those pants.

In any case, I’ve been appointed the official curling correspondent for The Washington Post, so bookmark your browser. And in case you missed my curling coverage thus far, here ya go. You’re welcome!

Norway’s men’s curling team’s secret weapon: a psychologist

U.S. women’s curling team is down four straight losses: Can they come back?

Olympic curling still struggling to be taken seriously

U.S. curling teams still down but not out

Even the Nationals are curling fans

No, curlers are not slovenly — they’re hot

Like football? Then you’ll love curling

Curling brooms, Newton’s first law of motion and why curling may be cooler than baseball

How to get the United States more serious about curling

Actually, just refer to the “Published Work” page of this site. That’ll just be easier.


Should you care to watch me try not to embarrass myself on stage, then I’ll see you at The Wonderland Ballroom this Friday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m., when I’ll be a guest on Brandon Wetherbee‘s live talk show, You, Me, Them, Everybody.

Bonus link (because three in the above sentence isn’t enough): Happy Vladentine’s Day!


Or as Refinery29 was kind enough to call it, my “less traditional” work wardrobe.

Thanks, R29!

Y’all wanna talk about weddings? Or talk about me talking about weddings to the Huffington Post? I won’t take no for an answer, so click here.

(Thanks, HuffPo!)

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Need more proof of my nonstop elegance? I’m the daintiest applauser in this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw, broadcast on national television. As Damien Sandow would say (Google him, he’s my favorite), you’re welcome. #notembarrased