Things written here and there. They're all copyright by me when they were written, except the stuff for, copyright Sony Pictures Digital, Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment and/or Columbia TriStar Interactive, depending on when they were written.

See also: resume; web site portfolio; Magic Dinner With Your Family Ball  

Rose Knows (selections)

Earthquakes for Non-Californians
Women's pant sizes
What's a henge?

Red Carpet Crash

Entertainment news items
Lost Season 6 recaps: Relive the trainwreck

Selected Blog Posts

Evergreen Post (January 2015)
Grasping For Hope In The Face Of Ferguson, And Actually Finding A Little (November 2014)
Fish Issues (February 2013)
All You Need To Know About Web Design, In Seven Convenient Items (August 2007)
A Very Special Holiday Message For The Drivers Of West Los Angeles (December 2006)
Overheard/Inferred (September 2006)
The Night I Let Tori Spelling Live (April 2006)
Review: Trapped In The Closet Panel @ UCB (January 2006)
In Which Rose Has A Thing About Numbers (December 2005 - for It's A Talking Sport)
2005 Hollywood Christmas Parade Telecast "Highlights" (November 2005)
Concerning Gigli: An Open Memo (January 2004)

(with apologies for any invalid links; they seem to be rearranging things)

SoapVivor III: Africa (co-written with Jason Steele)
Who Shot Julian Crane?
2003 Emmy Picks
SoapCity Rose in the Dugout

For The Untitled Hollywood Column Project (selections)

SantaCon (December 2000)
Hollywood Christmas Parade 2000! (November 2000)
Partying With The Young and the Restless (October 2000)
Sunset Junction, What's Your... Oh, You Know (September 2000)
Looking For Love On All The Wrong Web Sites (July 2000)
Like Antenna Balls Through The Hourglass (June 2000)
Demagnetization Blues (May 2000)
Valentine, Eh (February 2000)
1999 Hollywood Christmas Parade Review (September 1999)
Considering the Groundlings (October 1999)
Chatting with the Famous (Or So I Was Told) (September 1999)
Freeways: A Survival Guide (September 1999)
Enter the Corpse Flower (August 1999)
Writing on the Wall (July 1999)