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Eichner co-wrote the "Bros" screenplay and stars in what’s marketed as the first gay rom-com from a major Hollywood studio.
We signed the lease to that apartment for the floor-to-ceiling window. It was in the living room and it overlooked San Francisco. That place had every amenity: a lobby, built-in laundry and AC. It all worked just fine, our chores were assigned and we expected to get close to our roommates in time.
The Universal Rules of Shit and Other Things, in all its authority, dictate that within a stream, there are rocks and there are fish. Rocks spend much of their time muttering inwardly when things bump into them. They take careers as linguists, English teachers and mathematicians. They write lists of rules and expect others to follow them. One such list:
Inspired by Italo Calvino’s “The Castle of Crossed Destinies,” seven of the Weekender’s staffers came together to write short pieces based on the same set of five tarot cards. Join us in ruminating on how the same visual prompt elicits different responses from each writer, and how the commonalities and differences between the memories, emotions or reflections that have surfaced speak to what it means to be young and chasing destiny in the 21st century.
Over my memories not so near. Sugar-cream topographies of the soul. And she’s putting us to the test. It’s your favorite little crime. It’s a sweetness that hugs the hips. I’ve never seen a lifetime stuffed. Into such tiny,. Tender lips. The suspense is searing,. My...