Located next to to Cicero-North Syracuse High School, the teen center been a second home for thousands of students since its inception in 1999.Read More
Here’s all of my published work.
The Daily Orange
A Moveable Feast: A short piece on the rise of tableside service at area restaurants in Baltimore.
Love Letters: A sidebar exploring how writing cover letters can help home buyers in a bidding war.
Highlights from Women of the World Festival in Baltimore: As a panelist, I got a front row seat to talks about inclusivity, gender equality and womanhood. I was also able to interview Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement.
Oldies but Goodies: They’re still at work: A sidebar on how companies are increasingly hiring older workers.
Job-Hopping Their Way to Happiness: A sidebar on job-hopping millennials.
Help Wanted, Inquire Within: A sidebar on skills top companies are looking for.
Weekend Lineup (recurring blog)
Baltimore Style magazine
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Feeling overwhelmed with holidays approaching? Treat yourself to some “me time.”Read More
Food insecurity affects college students across the country. What are schools doing to help them?Read More
The reality of dating with a mental illness.Read More
The Syracuse Cultural Workers, a national publishing company and retail store founded in 1982, has been educating people about human rights and social justice issues and encouraging activist work through the visual materials they sell.Read More
A new volunteer program makes restoring the health of the Harbor more fun.
Creative makers’ markets at both AVAM and MICA delight the senses—and satisfy the pesky holiday shopping list.Read More
For the past few years, the Maryland Institute College of Art has been featuring emerging artists at their annual holiday market, based in the Brown Center’s contemporary glass building.Read More
Center Stage's innovative take on playwrighting is making waves in Baltimore and cities across America.Read More
This piece is a sidebar for Baltimore magazine’s “Best Places to Work” package. It explores how more companies are choosing to hire older workers.Read More
A secret society fights the tyranny of trash.Read More
Local pack of French bulldogs rise to social media stardom.Read More
The Charm City Roller Girls whip into a new season.Read More
As a panelist, I got a front row seat to talks about inclusivity, gender equality and womanhood.Read More
This piece is a sidebar for Baltimore magazine’s “Hottest ‘Hoods” package. It explores how writing cover letters can help home buyers in a bidding war.Read More
Last summer, four buildings in the 700 block of North Salina Street caught on fire due to a discarded cigarette. Since then, the city decided to demolish the buildings due to the damages.Read More
Under the Dome’s new policy, attendees’ bags must be clear, plastic and smaller than a specified size. Experts say the policy makes events safer and expedites safety screening.Read More
The project, known as the Euclid Avenue Bike and Pedestrian Network Expansion, was authorized in 2017 to improve roads for the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists in Syracuse.Read More
Lime Hollow Forest Preschool is the only licensed outdoor preschool in Cortland County. The great outdoors is their classroom — in rain, shine or snow.Read More