I can't stop missing Brad lately. I think it's the changing seasons. There's a lot to write about, now, almost two years afterwards. Many questions remain unanswered. Yesterday, the La Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos (CNDH) released a report finding that the report into the murder investigation by the Attorney General for the State of Oaxaca … Continue reading On Brad: 2 Years Later
So Redux called me an hour before the debate tonight, asking me to cover a Young Republicans of New York-sponsored debate watching party. Rad! It would have been so much fun to shoot- except the young Republicans weren't exactly young. Well, ok, with one exception. But his mom wasn't too thrilled with having her photo … Continue reading Young Republicans Debate Party
Spent the day at Reuters, not doing homework as usual in my newly-claimed cubicle corner, but shooting CEO's and eating free croissants. Tasty combination... sort of.
Last night was the final night of the 2008 New York Burlesque Festival, ending with the Golden Pasty awards. My favorite act of the night? Darlinda Just Darlinda closed the show, shimmying her way out of a star-spangled dress only to pull a photograph of Sarah Palin out of, um, a body cavity. She … Continue reading NYBF Final Night: The Golden Pasties
Friday night, Knights of Columbus hall, Maryland....
While I was in New Orleans, I reported a feature for Free Speech Radio News... Each time hurricanes like this year's Ike and Gustav hit the Gulf coast, the high number of petrochemical plants and refineries in the region pose grave environment risks. Hurricanes Katrina and Rita demonstrated the inadequacies of many petrochemical facilities when million of … Continue reading Which Safeguards Protect Humans and the Environment in Hurricane-Prone Gulf Coast?
One of my images of the solar panels atop the Googleplex in Mountain View, CA. Article in French, here!
Sigh. Yeah, this one stems from some Ivy League graduate level homework. The jury's still out on what I think of Columbia, and J-school in general... Raul, a regular customer, waits for his order at Defonte's Sandwich Shop in Red Hook, Brooklyn.