Mother Jones

Republicans Who Voted for the Trump Tax Cuts Are Now Very Worried About the Cost of the Green New Deal

There Is Something Called “Forever Chemicals” Coursing Through the US Food Supply


How One Kid Stopped the Contamination of a River

How American Recycling Is Changing After China’s National Sword

Why Toledo Just Gave Legal Rights to Lake Erie

Inside the Bill That Set the ‘Strongest Clean Energy Requirement in the Nation’

After the Tree of Life Attack, Synagogues Seek Balance Between Safety and Openness

Why New York City Is Reporting Its Sustainability Progress to the UN

Ozone Levels in Many U.S. National Parks Are Similar to Those in Large Cities

Designing the First Full-Time Human Habitat on the Moon

A Zine That Captures the Many Faces of Washington, D.C.’s Metro Riders

(All of my articles for CityLab can be found on my author page.)

City Limits

Older Workers are Organizing to Fight Ageism on the Job

New Judges Help to Speed New York’s Family Courts, But Holdups Remain

NYC’s Memorial Murals Honor Those Who’ve Gone, Then Go Themselves

Art Therapy Helps, But Insurance Often Hinders It

Chelsea Now

(reporting & photography)

At Monday Night Jam, a Firm ‘Foundation’ for Jazz

Chelsea to Cali: Sky Rink All Stars Ready for Nationals

Public Art Project's Activist Roots Expand Beyond the Box

Where Booze and Brushwork Mix

Amateur Astronomers Take a Night Flight to the High Line


Long-lost Rodin Sculpture found in New Jersey

13th dismembered foot found on British Columbia shore

A man tries to mimic a TV stunt -- and sets off a massive fire

Thieves ram U-Haul into Louis Vuitton store in $150,000 smash-and-grab