Four Muslim brothers and sisters from different nations and communities relate the stories of their favorite Ramadans of the past.
In this edition: Struggling to complete the paperwork needed to get married in Colombia; I nearly lose my temper with a driver; and praying with a...
Two drug dealers try to use me as a personal driver; a hunter shows off his dog; and thoughts on treating all people with mercy.
Unprofessional drivers in Bogota, altitude sickness, and an old man is nearly run over.
The night before Thanksgiving is a madhouse. Thoughts on broken versus healthy relationships. And the night almost ends with a bang, literally.
The advice I'd give my younger self; a cute family; and the drunks come in threes.
A debate with a Christian, a woman flees abuse, and a black couple argue about their personal experiences of racism.
One ride after another. I can’t keep track anymore. It takes all kinds to make the city spin. Long shift, long night. A man gets in...
I begin my shift immediately after Maghreb. We’re in the middle of a California heat wave, and this is not just California but the Central Valley,...
What did he need a grandfather for, anyway? He had a wonderful life. In fact, his life was so good it sometimes frightened him.