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Chicken Soup for the Soul

I'm outside of Montreal in Chateau Vaudreuil (don't ask me to pronounce it) hosting an event called Conference of Masters. There is a room full of "master coaches" from business to personal. They are here to connect with Jack Canfield, the…
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Hope on the Saddest of Days

On this the saddest of days, I think of all the children born on 9/11, and every 9/11 since, and they give me hope. Tonight we’ll talk, laugh, think, connect because we can and we should. Being alive is no disrespect to the friends, colleagues, acquaintance I knew, and the thousands I did not know, who were murdered on September 11, 2001
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Girls Killing It! Mo's Thoughts on Women in Comedy

If you follow my blog, FB, Twitter, then you know how heart and mind-opening my experience was performing at the First Johannesburg International Comedy Festival in November.
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Kedi - A Man Imprisoned by Apartheid

I met Kedi Mathope at the Johannesburg Int'l Comedy Festival (#JICF). He was hired to make sure the comics got to their gigs. On this day, we drive alone through Soweto, the township that was home to Nelson Mandela.
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A Store for Mean Girls

I was in LA doing the standup thing. As I ventured down Ventura Blvd in Studio City, I came upon a shop called Brandy Melville, LA. The store sells clothing to teen and college girls.
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Wild Unrest

I overheard a young woman, a Columbia University student,  seated next to me at a restaurant on the Upper West Side, chatting with her dad about school, say “I don’t understand why we need a course is women’s studies.  What’s the…
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A Question for Robin Williams

I recently performed at the Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley, California, my favorite little theater with the best audiences in the country. Robin Williams was in the greenroom. He wasn’t performing.   Apparently, he lives nearby and…