All Published Articles

Outpost of comfort for storm-ravaged Long Beach
New York Daily News – November 2012
A 100-year-old bar becomes the de facto community center
for a neighborhood in need.

Fatou Bensouda: The ICC’s new chief prosecutor
Newsweek | Daily Beast – October 2012
A woman with gravitas takes on the bad guys.

After quake, rebuilding community remains biggest
challenge for Turkey’s Kurds

Christian Science Monitor – July 2012
Ten months after a pair of earthquakes devastated Turkey’s
Lake Van region, its ethnic Kurdish survivors struggle to reclaim normality.

Monks watch Burmese politics shift from Brooklyn
Voices of NY – March 2012
Despite promising signs for Burma’s historic election, Brooklyn’s
Burmese monks prefer to focus on work in their adopted home.

State will scale back — and maybe sell — 55 Hanson Place
The Local Fort Greene | Clinton Hill – February 2012
Identified as inefficient, a state-owned
office building could be sold or revamped to trim real-estate costs.

CB2 has a real beef with Five Guys’ sidewalk cafe
The Local Fort Greene | Clinton Hill – January 2012
Community Board 2 rejects the burger chain’s
proposal for an outdoor cafe.

Public school parents and mayor claim MLK legacy at BAM
The Local Fort Greene | Clinton Hill – January 2012
Amid MLK Day celebrations at BAM, parents and students protest
a recent spate of school closings.

Petition campaign puts Lafayette bike lane back on the agenda
The Local Fort Greene | Clinton Hill – January 2012
Bike safety advocates push Community Board 2 to reconsider a
proposal for the controversial Lafayette Avenue bike lane.

Another accident along treacherous Park Avenue
The Local Fort Greene | Clinton Hill – January 2012
Reckless driving traumatizes Park Avenue residents in yet
another speed-related accident.

Food pantries in Brooklyn: Sheepshead Bay
City Limits Magazine – September 2011
A local Kosher food pantry is worried: the cupboard
is nearly bare.

Amid waves of watering holes, Hell’s Kitchen keeps tabs on bars
City Limits Magazine – November 2011
Hell’s Kitchen residents are keen to keep a lid on their
neighborhood’s burgeoning nightlife.

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Living off-grid, couple finds economical way
to live beyond the power line

Rutland Herald – February 2011
A Middletown Springs couple turns their back on the grid,
while power companies strive to make
energy-efficient lifestyles more affordable.

Weatherization programs target Vermont’s older homes
Rutland Herald – November 2010
Vermont’s neediest get a boost from a state-run
energy efficiency program.

Victor Wooten coming to paramount
Rutland Herald – April 2011
The renowned bass player talks with the Herald about gigging
with Bela Fleck and giving back to his community through music.

Idol winner comes to Paramount
Rutland Herald – March 2011
When Taylor Hicks debuts at the Paramount, he’ll be
sticking to his blues-driven roots.

Wynonna: pure and simple
Rutland Herald – September 2010
Wynonna Judd talks about singing with her mom,
and finding her own voice.

Siem Reap Without Temples on Top
lifestyle + travel magazine – March/April 2006
Temple-hopping isn’t all there is to do in Siem Reap: lifestyle +travel’s
fashion-focused tour through an ancient city.

Remember Me Well, at the Chelsea Hotel
lifestyle + travel magazine – Nov/Dec 2006
A legendary New York hotel thrives on its history as a
sanctuary for creative-types – and the downright mad ones.

Woody, or Wouldn’t He?
lifestyle + travel magazine – Nov/Dec 2006
The Upper East Side is the stuff movies are made of – movies
by Woody Allen, that is.

School’s Out for Surfing
lifestyle + travel magazine – March/April 2007
Where better to succumb to a clumsy first lesson in surfing
than a blissed-out beach in Bali, Indonesia?

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