New York Magazine

I worked as reporter at New York magazine from 2005 through 2007, writing, reporting and fact-checking its 42 issues a year. It was, unquestionably the best magazine boot camp any journalist could ever ask for. Here are a few of my stories and projects. 
Complete Online Archive
Who Matters Most? (40th Anniversary Issue) – September 26, 2008
Can One Sibling Pull the Plug If the Others Don’t Want To? - June 16, 2008
Wisdom for the Haggling Bride and Groom – Weddings Winter 2007
How Much for Over the Top? – Weddings Winter 2007
Modesty Panic Grips Hearst Tower – August 20, 2007
Penny Pinching Peril – July 4, 2007
Kumquats, Dogwood, or Soy Candles? – Weddings Winter 2007
The Jane Jacobs of the South Bronx – February 26, 2007
Orbach’s Eye-Opening Resurrection – February 19, 2007
Staying Home – December 11, 2006
Sold Short – November 20, 2006
Stiffed – November 6, 2006
The New York Nut – A Choose Your Own Adventure Cost of Living Calculator – October 29, 2006
The Midterm Elections Mudslinging Report – October 9, 2006
Busting Mary Poppins – September 15, 2006
Whole Foods, Halfheartedly – September 4-11, 2006
JFK’s Beauty Bin – August 28, 2006
Flying Saucers – August 7, 2006
Elderkaraoke – May 22, 2006
Cold-Medicine Cops – May 22, 2006
Franzen Meets Palestinian Fluist – March 6, 2006
A Game Called Pegacidepart 2 – December 26, 2005 – January 2, 2006
Sticking Your Neck Out – December 5, 2005

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