New York Magazine Biography of a Building Series (Winner of National Magazine, NY Press Club, SFJ and NAREE Awards)

Olympic Tower, Where Foreign Billionaires Have Long Flocked

The Master, a Particularly Eccentric Upper West Side Apartment Building

An Exhaustive Oral History of the McKibbin Lofts

Villa Charlotte Brontë, a Cliffside Co-op in the Bronx

One Fifth Avenue, the Downtown Co-op

Graham Court, the Gilded Age Rental


The McKibbin Lofts Super Asked for a Raise But Was Evicted InsteadCurbed

Making the cut: Younger men seek vasectomies in the wake of Roe v. Wade rulingNew York Post

Co-op Boards Ghost Their ResidentsCurbed

Parents Scramble as N.Y.C. Schools Close Over Coronavirus — The New York Times

Kosher in Brooklyn, by Way of CairoThe New York Times


How war, weather, and Covid-19 are rekindling the food vs. fuel debateThe Counter

Starbucks Workers Vote to Unionize in BuffaloThe Counter

Co-op Restaurants: Pipe-dream or Practical Solution?The Counter

How a Restaurant Leaves New YorkGrub Street

Can Groceries Save New York’s Restaurants?Grub Street

Restaurant Workers Look Outside the Industry to Stay EmployedEater

A Restaurant With No LeftoversThe New York Times

How Much Do Cooks and Chefs Really Make These Days?Eater

Cooks Adopt Apps to Snap Up ShiftsThe New York Times

Craft Brewers Lighten Up — The New York Times


Community Fridges Are Not a Pandemic FadThe Counter

Where a Day’s Worth of Food Came From (Gray’s Papaya)New York Magazine

Jason Everman: The Life QuixoticAvaunt Magazine

On Lawrence Sumulong’s “Dead to Rights”The New York Times

How Rap Became the New Punk — Pigeons & Planes

Revival Of Soul Music & Its History In Hip-Hop Production — Stereogum


When Cancer Patients Battle for Taste — TASTE

Meowing at Your Partner is Actually NormalThe Washington Post

Resurrecting Ancient Wines That Can Survive Climate Change — The Atlantic

Worms Could Inspire Plastic Waste-Degrading ToolsScientific American