Journalist for Fortune, Time, Centurion, Entrepreneur, Mental Floss, The Economist, The Guardian, and others. Writer for a handful of custom publications. Sometimes editor. Occasional ghostwriter.
The 1977 Disability Rights Protest That Broke Records and Changed Laws
The 504 Sit-In was the longest non-violent occupation of a federal building in United States history.
A new approach to clean water • Fortune
This billionaire wants to solve California's water problem.
Good Vibrations • Spirituality & Health
A trip to the Integratron: a journey inside one man’s unusual dream—to reverse aging, commune with other worlds, and travel through time. (Text + photos)
Barrels of Fun • Scanorama
Warmed by the sun and cooled by the morning fog from the Pacific, California's Wine Country has the perfect climate for wine making.
Isamu Noguchi’s Playful Designs Dot The California Landscape
Most of Isamu Noguchi's playscapes remained undeveloped in his lifetime. But today, major public spaces are taking their cue from the iconic designer. (text + photo)
Meet the 13-Year-Old Who Invented a Low-Cost Braille Printer • Smithsonian.com
One California teen has a vision to make Braille materials more widely available—and more affordable.
24 Hours in Vienna • Selamta
Dusting off dated impressions of the equally historic and modern Austrian capital.
San Francisco's new museum: Celebrating the Tenderloin • The Economist
San Francisco was one of several cities dubbed the “Paris of the West” in the early 20th century. From that high point the Tenderloin's reputation foundered, but its vibrancy did not.
Terminal Curiosity • The Magazine
The country’s highest-visibility museums cater to an itinerant audience.
'Unboiling' an egg could lead to innovations in agriculture and healthcare • The Guardian
The researchers’ stated goal is straightforward and ambitious: to affect the lives of 1 billion over the next decade.
What To Do In San Francisco During Super Bowl Week • Departures.com
Whether you're a football fan or not, there's a whole lot going on during game week.
The SF Girls Chorus: Grammy-Winners and Teenagers • KCET
Here’s another less publicized connection across the Golden State: the San Francisco Girls Chorus lent members to perform in “Vireo.”
Rhyme 'em, cowboy • The Economist
Cowboy Poetry Week, now in its 13th year, takes place from April 20th to the 26th.
All You Need to Know About San Francisco's Most Underrated Neighborhood
The best spots to eat, drink and shop in San Francisco's Japantown.
Five San Francisco spots to geek out at • Ninemsn
You don't have to be a full-fledged nerd to enjoy these fun, educational spots in the San Francisco Bay Area.