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(Westways) A (very busy) day in the life of a SoCal band
(BBC) Or how I survived ice-driving camp
(An Innocent Abroad) Could a trip to the battlefields of Europe with my veteran father work a little magic on our relationship?
(The Washington Post) In Xian, China, I answered my hotel room phone. This is what happened next.
(The Washington Post, Best Travel Writing 2007) While many of my fellow Americans were watching Jack Black play “Nacho Libre,” I went to Mexico to see the real thing.
(World Hum, Tales From Nowhere) It was hot a humid when I set out for dinner in Hat Yai — and when I was confronted with the Sizzler.
(Los Angeles Times Magazine) The Surfrider Foundation’s Pierce Flynn Wants Everyone to Understand Why Waves Matter
(Los Angeles Times) As I studied the 5-foot-tall artificial wave known as the FlowRider outside San Diego’s Wave House Athletic Club, I thought: Riding this will be too easy.
(National Geographic Adventure) From Bhutan to Zimbabwe.
(Online Journalism Review) As editor of the Onion weekly humor newspaper, Robert Siegel has never won a Pulitzer Prize or accomplished any of the feats that traditionally have inspired jaded journalists.