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The Mercado Central was a layer cake of a building, squat cement floors packed with stalls and studded with household items from top to…
I come from a family of recipes, passed down by my grandmothers and brought to life by my able hands.
Dispatch from a Boston neighborhood that missed the marathon, and a community radio station in peril
If you own one of Amazon’s e-readers, there’s a good chance you’ve accessed the “Manage Your Kindle” page at some point.
A peculiar case of reinvention through preservation
On me and Phil Mickelson
I knew him as a 22-foot tall projection on a movie screen.
Because this process is a roller coaster, sans barf bag.
I spoil these stories so you don’t have to click on them
A metric goes to a bar. “What’ll you be having?” asks the bartender.
Election monitoring, new power of social media and old power of structural power
A transatlantic planning session
Out in the woods one day, legs tired from a day of walking and my shoulders sore from a badly packed backpack, I met Erich.
Reminder: Apple sells devices to make money.
Context is everything. But it can be an opportunity.
HBO’s hit fantasy show has a problem, and it’s tied up the treatment of its most complicated villain.
Apple’s co-founder and his connection to rural Oregon
Retailers won’t disclose how much money they’re getting from SNAP. That could soon change.
In West Philly, one old man fights a losing battle
Thoughts on the Hypocrisy of Self-Censoring
Last year I started playing Dungeons & Dragons for the first time.
The downside to increased awareness
A double-sided adventure into time itself
I spend a lot of time, money and energy building my own network— including extra effort devoted to connecting with technical women and…
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