In Print

Selections print and online stories

(Champaign, Ill.) News-Gazette | Longtime local rabbi remains forever grateful for ‘sparks of holiness’
A 90-year-old Holocaust survivor considers his faith in humanity. Published in Slices of Life, an anthology of literary feature writing edited by Walt Harrington.

Washington Post | Breast cancer survivors forge bond through dragon boat racing
A team of women on the Anacostia River find a way to take control of their bodies again.

NPR.org | Tornado Victims Find Snapshots Of Solace In Far-Flung Photos
After a devastating tornado hit rural Illinois, residents who lost almost every other possession begin seeing their family photos on Facebook.

NPR.org | If You’ve Ignored Bitcoin Up Until Now, This One’s For You
A Bitcoin explainer geared toward readers who don’t know where to start. 

Los Angeles Times | Free art, museums and city tours? Yes, here and abroad
A photo essay for the LA Times travel section, written with the traveling college student (or 20-something intern) in mind.

The (Tinley Park, Ill.) SouthtownStar | Hot dog cart owner battling Worth to stay open
One man fights the establishment with a hot dog cart.