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Ripple Effect (Austin Woman, July 2017)

Tampons, Lip Balm, Cocoa: Startups Cultivate Female Cannabis Lifestyle (Vocativ, April 20, 2017)

Work It: new workouts you need to try for 2015 (Citygram, January 28, 2015)

The SpareFoot Guide to Coworking in Austin (The SpareFoot Blog, December 20, 2013)

How to Live With Your Parents: 8 Great Tips from Experts (The SpareFoot Blog, July 15, 2013)

18 Awesome Tips for Hosting a Successful Garage Sale (The SpareFoot Blog, July 9, 2013)

Examining Gender Equality in Mali on International Women’s Day (buildOn.org, March 8, 2013)

Wheels of Commerce (Hartford Courant, July 11, 2005)

Food

Sweet Gregory P’s (Texas Monthly, September, 2013)

Eat Your Heart Out: Valentine’s Day Picks (Gapers Block, February 10, 2013)

Katherine Anne Confections Opens Store in Logan Square (Gapers Block, September 25, 2012)

Cruisin’ For The Perfect Scoop (Hartford Courant, June 30, 2005)

Science & Technology

Taking it to the streets: Austin designer’s app brings tools for walkable cities to all (CultureMap Austin, December 11, 2013)

There’s an app for that: An App to track Parkinson’s disease (Time Out Chicago, September 27, 2011)

Protestors Rally to Shut Down Chicago’s Coal Plants (Medill Reports Chicago, October 13, 2010)

Health

Latina teens in Little Village push strollers (Medill Reports Chicago, December 7, 2010)

Toothaches more likely in minority, poor, special needs children, study finds (Medill Reports Chicago, November 4, 2010)

Chronic care worker dispenses tests and hope (Medill Reports Chicago, October 20, 2010)

African-American seniors face more risk for mental abuse, financial exploitation (Medill Reports Chicago, October 7, 2010)

Study Reveals Heart Attack Treatment Disparities Begin in the Emergency Room (Medill Reports Chicago, October 5, 2010)

Student Struggles to Fund Psychology Education, Career (North Texas Daily, November 5, 2004)

Art and Design

How the Blood Center of Central Texas Became We Are Blood (Austin Monthly, January 2017)

Uncommon Threads: Fort Lonesome’s custom designs are as cool as it gets (Austin Monthly, March 2016)

Eye on the Prize: By Making Styling Trophies, Eva Schone Comes in First (Austin Monthly, August 2015)

Growing up Gardner: Dissecting the design of Austin’s most anticipated new restaurant (Citygram, December 15, 2014)

Michael Sieben: It Will All Happen Again (Glasstire, February 6, 2014)

SXSW Eco Conference Explores Biomimicry in Design (California Home + Design blog, October 23, 2013)

Chicago artist Sara Drake teaches comics in Cambodia (Time Out Chicago, October 26, 2011)

Garlic and Greens captures the history of soul food (Time Out Chicago, July 20, 2011)

Johnson’s People, Dark and Colorful (Hartford Courant, June 21, 2005)

Art is Where She Finds It (Hartford Courant, August 13, 2005)

Getting Historical: The Past is a Blast at the Women’s Museum (Bust, Fall 2004)

Art toys are getting a plush reception (The Dallas Morning News, September 21, 2004)

Music

The Salsa Craze (Hartford Courant, August 1, 2005)

Who Are The Unicorns (Venues, June 2004)

Fashion, Beauty, Shopping

Bags of the Season (Tribeza, November 2013)

Austin Fashionistas: Alyson Fox (Austinist, May 1, 2007)

Austin Fashionistas: Jenny Milne of Machine Ballerina (Austinist, February 16, 2007)

I collaborated with Austin photographer Annie Ray on several projects for culture blog Austinist, where I served as a contributing editor. Together, we produced a regular review of fashion trends from local boutiques for the site for spring and fall seasons in 2007.

Three for the Road (The Dallas Morning News, July 29, 2004)

Cottage Industry (The Dallas Morning News, July 15, 2004)