Alexandra Antonopoulos
Alex is moved by humor-based pieces that are subversive, clever, and surprising; much of what she writes is crafted toward that end. The greatest compliment she could ever receive from a reader might be, “You’re kind of insane, but that was hilarious.” Her love for making others laugh is matched only by the burning desire to engage in deep philosophical conversation with anyone who as much as looks at her sideways. She rocks out to vinyl and the sound of her own neuroses derailing a conversation, adores Irish whiskey as much as a long run in some park and lives for that moment you realize you can freely use the F word in front of a new friend.

When Did Memorial Day Become A National Holiday?

The origins of Memorial Day are rooted in mourning the loss of our nation's fallen soldiers, or more specifically, celebrating their bravery and sacrifice. Even though it's tempting to gleefully accept a day off of work without questioning why, you…
By Alexandra Antonopoulos