Clips: Writing & Editing


Boston Charity, By the Numbers: A peek at who’s shelling out the big bucks | March 2017 (Boston Magazine)

A Toast to Freedom: Boston to Barbados | January 2017 (Boston Magazine)

How the Other Half Drives: Gold Rush Rally Zooms Through Boston | May 2016 (Boston Magazine)

Boston 2024 and the Rio Olympics, By the Numbers | August 2016 (Boston Magazine)

Johnny D’s 47-Year History Comes to a Close This Weekend | March 2016 (Boston Magazine)

MIT Puts Spam in an Art Gallery with ‘I Must First Apologize’ | February 2016 (Boston Magazine)

No Libation Without Representation: Boston Tea Party-Inspired Cocktails | December 2105 (Boston Magazine)

Take a Time-Traveling Food Tour with Boston’s Historical Cuisine | December 2015 (Boston Magazine)

Five Things We’re Dying to Do at Rock & Shock | October 2015 (Boston Magazine)

And Now for a Moment of Science: Great Moments in the Ig Nobels | September 2015 (Boston Magazine)

Review: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters | January 2013 (The Phoenix)

Lemon Goes to Neverland | November 2012 (The Phoenix)

‘We Haunt to Scare’: Scenes from SpookyWorld | October 2011 (The Phoenix)

MIT blows out 10010110 birthday candles | January 2011 (The Phoenix)

An Interview with John Waters | June 2010 (The Phoenix)



The Departed, By the Numbers,” by Matt Juul | October 2016

Urban Leaf Peeping in Boston,” by Chris Sweeney | October 2016

New England Justice League, Unmasked! | August 2016

Arrr You Ready for Cape Cod’s New Pirate Museum?” by Chris Sweeney | July 2016

The Story of Boston in Six Squares,” by Bob O’Connor and Joseph Mendolia | June 2016

Power Lunch: Steve Chambers, CEO of Jibo,” by Chris Sweeney | April 2016

The New Kids on the Block Phenomenon, Explained,” by Matt Juul | April 2016



The Future Is Brighton,” by Kyle Scott Clauss | April 2017

Will Daycare Turn Your Kid into an Aggressive Little Monster?” by Anthony D’Aries | December 2016

Boston Has Become a City Without Children,” by Rachel Slade | November 2016

Who Runs the World? November Project,” by Jamie Ducharme | September 2016

Boston’s War on Happy Hour Needs to End,” by Luke O’Neil | September 2016  

Chaos, Order, Repetition: How Maine Artist Amy Stacey Curtis Brings Abandoned Mills to Life,” by Bill Donahue | September 2016

Can We Finally Save City Hall Plaza?” by Mike Ross | August 2016

MuckRock’s Approach Is Working, One FOIA at a Time,” by Philip Eil | July 2016

The Breakfast Wars,” by Christopher Hughes | May 2016

Enzo Yaksic: Profiler 2.0,” by Deborah Halber | April 2016

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