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The problem strippers, Uber drivers, and FedEd deliverymen have in common — and why your job might have the same one.
Life of the Law, April 7, 2015
Is the Bay Area in a Bubble, and Will it Burst?
co-reported with Lisa Morehouse for KQED News, February 18, 2015
Video Games Meet Middle-Age Emotions
Note To Self, November 12, 2014
High-Fidelity: Oakland Museum Explores Sound and Culture of Vinyl
The California Report, April 18, 2014
Audiograph: San Francisco’s Dolphin Club
A winter dive into San Francisco Bay.
Crosscurrents, January 30, 2014
Forget the car keys — this commute requires a paddle
The Bay Area’s kayak commuter.
NPR’s Morning Edition, November 13, 2013
Tech-friendly city, meet dog-friendly city
SF’s economy goes to the dogs.
Marketplace, October 2, 2013
A “doorkicker” on campus
UC Berkeley student and Iraq veteran tells his story
Crosscurrents, April 10, 2013
Sound designer Andrew Roth on San Francisco’s sonic history
The sounds of Gold Rush San Francisco
Crosscurrents, March 21, 2013
The Rapture’s PR Man
Scenes from Family Radio Headquarters during the Earth’s final days.
motherjones.com, May 20, 2011
Judges on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Immigration judges are under enormous stress. How does it affect their decisions?
Mother Jones, November/December 2010 Issue