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The international community responded with the biggest relief mission in history, but with little of that money directed to programs for the city's poor, 70 percent of Haitians remain unemployed while investors are spending on luxury hotels. Lisa Armstrong reports from Port-au-Prince for the latest TakePart feature. 
Despite an outpouring of aid after the devastation of Port-au-Prince, it’s the same old story for many of the city’s poor.
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Fascinating piece by Vince Beiser on JPL's new weapon against the #drought. "You can't manage what you can't measure," and if you can measure better you can manage better--which is why NASA is making the most accurate map possible of mountain ranges and the snow (and therefore #water) they contain. #NASA #JPL 
A $1.5 million machine, a small aircraft, and a bunch of ex–ski bums traipsing about in the woods could be the key to a well-irrigated future.
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This evidence-based math app could quell the debate over technology in the classroom. Thanks to Claire Martin for the latest #longform from @takepart 
A nonprofit demonstrates an effective program for bringing technology into the classroom.
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Ken Miller saw what happened when an ex-con college professor and a Buddhist ex-actor brought a New Age variation on a tradition rooted in many indigenous cultures to one of California's most violent prisons. See the surprising results unfold in his fantastic #longform  feature @TakePart#restorativejustice
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Drought? But it's been raining since Thursday! Clearly this nonsense about reduced precipitation is a hoax perpetrated by liberals.
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I'm the Features Editor of Takepart.com, and a Contributing Writer for The New York Times Magazine
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long-form journalism
Employment
  • Participant Media
    Features Editor, 2013 - present
  • The New York Times Company
    Contributing Writer, 2013 - present
  • self-employed
    freelance writer, 1992 - 2013
  • Plenty magazine
    web editor, 2008 - 2008
  • Men's Journal
    articles editor, 2007 - 2008
  • Radar magazine
    articles editor, 2007 - 2007
  • Seed magazine
    senior editor, 2005 - 2006
  • KCRW-Santa Monica
    producer, 2004 - 2004
  • Might magazine
    senior editor, 1993 - 1997
  • American Public Media
    web producer, 2010 - 2011
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L.A.
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New York - San Francisco - Oakland - Berkeley - South Bend, IN - Chicago
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Los Angeles-based journalist covering stuff that matters
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I've written on topics ranging from California water politics to the commercialization of yoga. I've interviewed Senators, diplomats, NGO field workers, members of the Iraqi parliament and journalists reporting live from war zones. Coolest dude I ever met is Ahmet Ertegun. Coolest chick is Kate Moss. 
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I've written for more than 50 print, digital and broadcast media outlets.
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  • UC-Berkeley
    History, 1988 - 1991
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Keystone XL: Pipe Dreams - BusinessWeek
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TransCanada's pipeline is a solution to the U.S. energy crunch. So why is it one of the most hotly contested projects in decades? And is it

Progressives: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and Stop Buying Gasoline
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There's hardly a cause that a self-respecting leftist won't sign on to. Yet every day, we pour millions of dollars into the pockets

What Obama Forgot About Change in Washington
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This battle over the debt deal was not a matter of who believes in Keynes. It was a matter of Republicans caring more about power than about

Visions of a Car-Free Los Angeles: Lessons from Carmageddon
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Carma-no-geddon presented Los Angeles with a stunning vision of what it could be (and once was, I'm told).

What's the Real Relationship Between Taxes and Jobs?
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What's the effect of tax cuts for the rich on job creation? The Congressional Budget Office says little to none.

Tax Cut = Growth? Actually Not So Much
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Distaste for raising taxes, claiming that it limits growth, simply isn't borne by the facts. It's time for the Democrats to fight ba

States Wrestle With Their Own Budget Showdowns : NPR
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Minnesota's state government shut down in late June when Republican lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton failed to reach a budget a

Maybe it was my mistake for getting sushi on a Sunday (when the fish market is closed), but the cuts of meat in my nigiri sushi were of low-quality. Nice people however and fast service (though the place was basically empty).
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reviewed 2 months ago
Nice guy, quick, fixes anything (that goes on your foot)
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