Editor | Writer
(Westways) A cross-country journey to revisit an iconic, wanderlust-inducing novel
(Westways) Mapping Indian Country with a veteran AAA field cartographer
(Westways) Tap into a region steeped in Andean mystique
(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.
(Los Angeles Times) Bus driver Vicky Lindsey writes poetry about life and death on the harsh streets of South-Central Los Angeles
(San Diego CityBeat, Los Angeles CityBeat, Alternet) Chalmers Johnson predicted attacks like those on Sept. 11. Now he’s suggesting that U.S. foreign policy may lead to something even worse.