Wednesday 3 p.m.: ‘The Day When Nothing Goes Wrong’ by Michael Urban

Do you long for a "normal" day? In his latest essay, L.A. writer Michael Urban turns the clock back to 1993 to find comfort.

Illustration by Jonathan Kroll

“The Day When Nothing Goes Wrong” by Michael Urban

 

Do you long for a “normal” day? In his latest essay, L.A. writer Michael Urban turns the clock back to 1993 to find comfort.

Michael Urban is a film and television writer who lives in Los Angeles. His first feature film, “Saved!”, was released in 2004 by MGM/UA. He currently teaches screenwriting at the American Film Institute.

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