• by Jonah Giroir

My column in last month’s PoV alluded to a few changes coming to the magazine. While my transition to editor was a big change to my life and the magazine, we would like to reveal an even bigger change with this issue.

  • Jonah Giroir

Growing up, my favorite Disney movie was always a toss-up between “Aladdin” and “The Lion King.” Simba’s ascension to king and Aladdin’s transition from street rat to battling with Jafar were just so fascinating to my childhood mind that I pushed aside what has become my favorite Disney movi…

  • Jonah Giroir

With the confusing schedule of putting together a monthly magazine the month before it actually comes out, I kind of missed Mother’s Day last month. Which is really weird to say considering I’m still typing this before Mother’s Day. But such is the life.

  • by Jonah Giroir

A few short months ago, I put closing on a house on The List of Jonah. And while I still think the process of getting to closing to be a process quite similar to pulling teeth, the actual closing took only about 30 minutes. The waiting took quite a long time, but we are officially homeowners…yay!

  • Jonah Giroir

Over the past few years, my fiancée and I have developed a new tradition to go along with our Easter weekend. We still do all the usual traditions of the Lenten and Easter season like not eating meat on Fridays, and I gave up soft drinks for Lent (this has not been a fun challenge). 

Around this time last year, I found myself getting back into watching WWE. I’m not quite sure what reignited this childhood interest, but I must say that I’ve spent several hours being entertained by this “scripted” athleticism. 

  • Jonah Giroir

My fiancée and I celebrated our engagement and graduation at our engagement party this past December. During the party, we had to play games where we sat with our backs together, holding one of our shoes and one of the other’s shoes. Throughout the game, we were asked questions like “Who’s t…

  • Jonah Giroir

Whether it’s Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” that jolted you into the holiday spirit this past year or a chorus of family and friends singing you “Happy Birthday” for your big day, there’s no denying that those songs had a significant impact on your feelings at that moment. …