Sometimes when the news makes me angry, the best thing for me to do is get a good rant down on paper. After new allegations surfaced about Justice Brett Kavanaugh, coinciding with his one year anniversary on the Supreme Court, …
Restless Magazine: Women & the Global Refugee Crisis
I’m excited to be contributing to brand new Restless Magazine that launched just last month. For my first piece, I got to speak with some amazing women who work for refugee organizations in Texas, Dunkirk, Nairobi and Athens. Read the …
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Piece for Here Magazine: The Dorothy Parker Guide to NYC
In my latest for Here Magazine, I spent the day living like Dorothy Parker in New York, hanging out in all her favorite places and drinking (many) cocktails before noon. Read my Dorothy Parker guide to New York City here.
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Piece for Here Magazine: Winter in Lake Como
I went to Lake Como in the beginning of winter and wrote about it for Here Magazine. My photos and guide to off-season lake-side revelry can be found here.
Reflections on 2018: the Year of the Multi-hyphen
2018 has gone on for an eternity. It was the year that I was happily pulled in all sort of different directions. It was also the year that creative pursuits officially became part of my definition of “work”, a term …
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Piece for Dame Traveler: Old World Meets New in Lisbon
Lisbon is made for vintage darlings, bookworms and old souls. I fell in love with their antiquarian shops and independent artisans and wrote about it for Dame Traveler. Read my guide for the best places to find rare books, antique …
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ROAM Magazine: How NYC Celebrates Pride
We danced and sang and hugged our neighbors in the most New York way possible. My photos and story on how we celebrated Pride are on ROAM today!
Colombia Weighs the Cost of Peace ahead of May Elections
After 52 years of war, the Western hemisphere’s longest running conflict came to an end when Colombia signed its historic Peace Accords in 2016. Now the controversial peace deal between the Colombian government and FARC rebels may be in jeopardy …
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ROAM Magazine: Inside Guatape, Colombia
This past March, I travelled to Medellin and the surrounding country side, where I explored the villages of the Andes Mountains. I wrote about my trip to Guatape for ROAM Magazine, one of my favorite communities of traveling writers and …
International Development Journal: NYC vs. Big Oil
Last month, the International Development Journal published my article on New York City's recent lawsuit against five major energy companies for climate change damages. As a New Yorker, I am more than pleased that my city is tackling Climate Change …
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