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Grazie Italia! & Culture Babies

Here are two articles I wrote for the Irish News recently. One piece is on Grazie Italia! A production that delves into Italian heritage in Northern Ireland. 52 more words


Climate Ranger project: We did it — thanks, everyone!

Check our stretch goals

By Bob Berwyn

Thanks to the Beacon team, smart readers and generous souls, we’ve reached our $5,000 funding goal and we’re starting to plan the first leg of the… 396 more words


Morning photo: High Rockies

The alpine zone

FRISCO — Had a chance to visit Mt. Evans with my family over the weekend! We got a good look at some classic Colorado wildlife, enjoyed the tundra in full bloom and just narrowly escaped a wicked hailstorm, although we did see the aftermath, with quarter-size hail whitening the ground. 188 more words



In Boston  this week for the National Association of Black Journalist convention ( #NABJ) as a student reporter for the student projects.  Got a chance to explore and snap some pictures of the city before spening the rest of my time inside the news room editing and writing.


"Tuesdays with Morrie" by Mitch Albom

Another book by Mitch Albom that made me cry.
“Tuesdays with Morrie” is an unforgettable book. It is a story of a dying man. He was a proffesor with difficult childhood, who learned life and wanted his students to be personalities with kind hearts first of all. 58 more words


The Media’s Retreat From Foreign Reporting - NYTimes.com

ISBON — THE Western news media are in crisis and are turning their back on the world. We hardly ever notice. Where correspondents were once assigned to a place for years or months, reporters now handle 20 countries each. 114 more words

The New York Times

One Way To Follow The Gaza-Israel Conflict

One Way To Follow The Gaza-Israel Conflict:

After days of boxing myself into usual-suspect coverage on TV, in print and online, I decided to broaden my view of the events in Gaza and Israel by creating… 159 more words