Selected Work


Reporter’s Notebook: A city expecting the least from a broken criminal justice system (Juvenile Justice Information Exchange)

Effort to ‘civilianize’ NYPD desk jobs slows (City & State)


Legislation limiting solitary confinement in New York gains momentum
(Solitary Watch)

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples (Voices of New York)

Advocates for expanding school days find uphill climb in Texas
(San Antonio Express-News)

Even in a bilingual city, bilingual teachers in short supply
(San Antonio Express-News)

Recalling the walkouts of 1968: A curriculum of low expectations was challenged (San Antonio Express-News)

City includes $1 billion for overtime in 2016 budget (Gotham Gazette)


Brooklyn Borough President challenged over real estate ties
(Brooklyn News Service)

Grade pending over restaurant grades (Brooklyn News Service)

More than 100 tenants still wait to go home after 2012 fire
(New York Daily News)

Russians and Ukrainians of South Brooklyn speak on Crimean crisis (The Excelsior)

Why the government should not criminalize national security reporters (The Excelsior)


After 150 years of pollution, the Gowanus Canal will be cleaned up
(The Excelsior)