Commentary

Reporting Sandy

Some of my reports from around New York on the storm’s impact on the city: At Slate, “Staten Island Households Reduced to Piles of Debris.” A dispatch from one of the hardest-hit neighborhoods in the city: At the corner of

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Reporting Sandy

Some of my reports from around New York on the storm’s impact on the city: At Slate, “Staten Island Households Reduced to Piles of Debris.” A dispatch from one of the hardest-hit neighborhoods in the city: At the corner of

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Slate TV Club: American Horror Story

So I have a history of liking indulgent television with an overdeveloped sense of religious symbols. It’s no surprise, then, that I’m a fan of American Horror Story. Slate‘s doing a weekly TV club for the show, and I was

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Slate TV Club: American Horror Story

So I have a history of liking indulgent television with an overdeveloped sense of religious symbols. It’s no surprise, then, that I’m a fan of American Horror Story. Slate‘s doing a weekly TV club for the show, and I was

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At CJR: New Yorker writers dish about their craft

The New Yorker Festival brought back its collaboration with The Moth again on Friday for “Tales out of School 4,” an adaptation of The Moth’s popular and portable storytelling machine. This time it produced stories about writing for The New

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At CJR: New Yorker writers dish about their craft

The New Yorker Festival brought back its collaboration with The Moth again on Friday for “Tales out of School 4,” an adaptation of The Moth’s popular and portable storytelling machine. This time it produced stories about writing for The New

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At Slate: When No One Else Will Hire You

Short piece with a bit of the personal thrown in for good measure about why starting a small business is actually a great idea for the unemployed. Read the whole thing at Slate. Jacob Lefton learned the blacksmith’s trade in

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At Slate: When No One Else Will Hire You

Short piece with a bit of the personal thrown in for good measure about why starting a small business is actually a great idea for the unemployed. Read the whole thing at Slate. Jacob Lefton learned the blacksmith’s trade in

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