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San Francisco Chronicle
As The Chronicle’s newsletter editor, I wrote the majority of the weekday Bay Briefing newsletters. But in between Bay Briefing and my other responsibilities, I reported regularly on climate change in the Bay Area.
- An S.F. neighborhood has one of the nation’s lowest carbon footprints. It has almost nothing to do with residents’ choices.
- Climate change and the Bay Area: Answers to your questions (lead reporter)
- How climate change activists are adapting to the pandemic
- The Bay Area saw sudden steep declines in air pollution and carbon emissions in the first weeks of the coronavirus shutdown — but did it stick?
- Feeling climate-anxious? These Bay Area doctors have a prescription: organizing
Selected Editing of the From the Archive column:
- Bam! Smack! Pow!: We found the winner of The Chronicle’s ‘Batmobile’ contest
- When California declared war on cannabis growers and called in the Army
- ‘Total war’ on polio in the Bay Area: Archive finds on the ‘K.O. Polio’ vaccination campaign
- SF’s most remote residents: Farallones quest for a 1950 census taker and The Chronicle
- ‘We sinners never give up’: Sally Stanford’s journey from madam to mayor
I worked for the BBC for seven years, including three years as a staff writer, where I wrote an estimated 500 news stories a year under a house byline. Below is a somewhat exhaustive but incomplete list of my work as a features writer and editor under my own byline.
- ‘I lived in a church for a year to avoid deportation’
- Why local US newspapers are sounding the alarm
- What happened to worries about Trump’s business conflicts? | (hear the related radio story on the BBC’s World Service)
- Is the US solar industry about to tear itself apart?
- Florida’s Amendment 1: A cautionary tale for 2018
- California’s drought is over. Now what?
- A black Nancy Drew? Rebooting old favourites with new faces
- The rise in unmarried parents in America
- Aloha to all that: Is Hawai’i an occupied nation?
- The secret mission to heal Ibn Saud
- Amateur photographer captures pivotal 20th Century moments
- Meet the Supremes
- How US universities spent surprise anonymous millions
- The town that wants more nuclear waste
- 25 years on at America’s most contaminated nuclear waste site
- New hope for rape kit testing advocates
- A woman’s choice – sexual favours or lose her home (by Jessica Lussenhop)
- My father fought the CIA’s secret war in Laos (by Peter Lang-Stanton)
- 80 and Evicted (by Hannah Long-Higgins)
- The mystery of the strangled billionaires (by Jessica Murphy)
- Eddie Adams’ iconic Vietnam war photo: What happened next? (by James Jeffrey)
- The time when America stopped being great (by Nick Bryant)
- ‘Why I injected myself with untested gene therapy’ (by Jessica Lussenhop)
- The ‘other’ Dreamers faced with an uncertain future (by Brajesh Upadhyay)
- Why Trump accuser is running for office (by Tara McKelvey)
- Earl Hays Press: Where Hollywood gets fake money and newspapers (by James Bartlett)
- Meet the Brit in charge of fixing NYC’s subway (by Robin Levinson King)
- Americans going abroad for illegal heroin treatment (by Jonathan Levinson, with PRI The World)
- Remembering the night that changed America (by Anthony Zurcher, with BBC World Service)
- A dog that transformed a 104-year-old’s life (by Jen Reeder)
- World Cup: Safety fears for gay fans heading to Russia (by Keph Sennett)
As video editor
- Women (literally) make mark for equality
- Angry protesters harangue Republicans
- Hit musical Hamilton visits the White House
- 50 Trump supporters explain why
- Rosa’s year in sanctuary | Lead reporter and producer | BBC World Service and Global News Podcast | 7 August 2018
- Why local news is sounding the alarm | Lead reporter and producer | BBC World Service | July 2018
- A year in the president’s hotel | Lead reporter and producer | BBC World Service, January 2018
- Life and Taxes (From Our Own Correspondent) | Radio essay | BBC Radio 4, 12 March 2016 (about 12 minutes in)
- Colorado’s birth control experiment | Field producer | BBC Today Programme, August 2014
Homicide Watch DC
- So you want to track bills through Congress? An app review
- Eight things I learned while writing 10 newsletter installments
As local editor at Wheaton, MD, Patch I had a hand in everything that was published on the website, whether it was daily news updates, police blotters, meeting coverage or editing columnists and freelancers. Below is a selection of out-of-the-ordinary coverage and and one example of months-long enterprise project.