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‘The Good Place’ brings representation and genius-level comedy to the small screen

Living in a nondenominational, intersectional heavenly afterlife realm filled with flying and fro-yo all the time, expletives banned and a non-human celestial being named Janet who grants all your wishes — what could go wrong? In fact, everything. “The Good Place” is the incredibly clever single-cam sitcom we all need. Eleanor Shellstrop is the antiheroine…

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Last but not least…

We all remember the “firsts.” Pasted into scrapbooks, framed on the wall, documented in writing, they surround us with memories of the beginning. First word, first step, first day of school, first kiss, first love, first loss. These are the stuff of stories, easily recalled at family reunions and dinner parties.

But how often do we remember the “lasts”?