I’ve been working as a journalist since 1987.

In reporting stories, I’ve searched for fallen meteorites in the Sahara Desert, snuck into Manuel Noriega’s abandoned beach house, and camped out with Army soldiers … Read more »

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That Dam Charles

After hundreds of years, dams along Boston’s Charles River could come down to let the currents run wild and free—and help the environment. To get a closer look, I kayaked the 75-mile length of the river.
Boston Magazine
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Bearing Witness

In 1987, when I was 22, I saw something dark and disturbing go down in a vacant lot in Portland, Oregon. For 36 years, I couldn’t steel myself to write about it. Then, finally, I found the words. First place essay, 2024 National City and Regional Magazine Awards.
Portland Monthly
Edited by Benjamin Cassidy
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My Beach Club

When your roots in a place go back generations, change can be painful. Especially when you are the one pushing for change.Yankee
Edited by Ian Aldrich
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