Multimedia Journalist

Multimedia journalist focusing on business and science communication for newspapers, magazines and online publications. Associate Editor at Unreasonable.is.

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boulderweekly.com

Depth of anatomy

Depth of anatomy

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boulderweekly.com

Racing to save bonobos

Racing to save bonobos: how one organization redefines how we conserve species.

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boulderweekly.com

Classy doesnt have to be pricey

You know a restaurant is truly farm-to-table when the menu has to be printed daily. Don’t worry. The paper gets recycled....

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Pedal a revolution

Americans today may have a tough time imagining a woman riding a bicycle as taboo, but it was not too long ago that a female riding a bike was considered a sign of promiscuity and immorality....

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boulderweekly.com

Cuisine

By Cayte Bosler. Over my three visits to SALT, the service has been somewhat erratic. But what SALT lacks in consistent courtesy they make up for with desserts  ......

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Five Points rides independent shops to resurgence

When Robbie Stout and Anna Davis crammed into an overflowing elevator on their way to a Jan. 18 awards ceremony, they could hardly believe their company. Among the nation’s most recognized chocolate brand owners, Stout and Davis and their company, R...

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SALT’s chocolate tart: a recipe for forgiveness

Over my three visits to SALT, the service has been somewhat erratic. But what SALT lacks in consistent courtesy they make up for with desserts that will make you forget your woes, much less any minor offense received at the door....

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Who died at Crooked Creek?

The tale is multifold: a rigorous historical documentation of a criminal case that saw the courtroom six times, including two drawn out spells at the Supreme Court; a cautiously fictional account of how the characters might have been; and a chronicle of h...

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As long as he can hold his hands up

Tucked into an unassuming block on Pearl Parkway — you wouldn’t know unless you investigated — is Front Range Boxing Academy. The out-of-the-way location and rugged appearance create a mystique that blends with a charming grittiness upon...

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India: An imperfect adventure

There are tiny fires everywhere. This is one of the first things you will notice about India — the uncountable number of people and the fires trickling haphazardly toward the smoggy sky to keep mosquitoes at bay. I never saw who lit them or who put...

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Art in a digital world

Technology in public space often comes as bombardment — advertisements — and can be overwhelming. But media artist Jen Lewin, whose work is intended to inspire experimentation and group collaboration, has charted a different relationship betwe...

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boulderweekly.com

Interview: Pete McBride, director of Water Tower

National Geographic photographer Pete McBride, known in his native Colorado for documenting the story of the drying up Colorado River, traveled to central Kenya, in 2012, in pursuit of the legendary water god, Ngai....