Author Archive for Michaeljit Sandhu

A Night Out or a Call to Action

About forty-five minutes into act one of “Jitney” at Court Theatre, the man sitting next to me fell asleep. He was a big guy, and, when his breathing relaxed and his eyes closed, our knees pressed together. He snored. Not…

Unwelcomed

Off the Brown Line, past a Starbucks and a lighting store, near the Moody Bible Institute, around the corner from a restaurant that used to be cool, down the street from Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School, surrounded by churches on…

Jane Goodall speaks (to humans)

Her white hair pulled back in a signature low ponytail. On the road for 300 days a year, she travels with a bodyguard and a personal assistant. Anthropology professors and college students pay her equal homage. She’s won seemingly every…