Video: The Champ: Kayla’s Story

Video “The Champ: Kayla’s Story” for the PBS KCOS 13 and the Ken Burn’s documentary, Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies (http://cancerfilms.org.) … More Video: The Champ: Kayla’s Story

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Oakland council passes ban on flavored tobacco sales

Click here to read my article published on Oakland North. “In an unanimous decision, on Tuesday night the Oakland City Council voted to ban of sales of flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, in Oakland. According to a proposal published by the city of Oakland, the ordinance will lower tobacco use among young people and … More Oakland council passes ban on flavored tobacco sales

Temen que muro demore construcción de nuevo cruce en Columbus

Haz click aquí para leer mi artículo publicado en El Diario de El Paso “Temen que muro demore construcción de nuevo cruce en Columbus“. “Columbus, N.M. – Funcionarios locales temen que la construcción del muro que quiere construir el presidente Trump a lo largo de la frontera sur, así como el impuesto de importación para financiarlo, … More Temen que muro demore construcción de nuevo cruce en Columbus

New mall to open soon next to Bruckner Boulevard

Read my article published on The Hunts Point Express. Eateries and chain stores will dominate downscaled project “This fall, a long-awaited retail mall is finally scheduled to open at 925 Hunts Point Avenue. The finished product will look much different than an ambitious proposal presented to Community Board 2 five years ago, which included mixed-income … More New mall to open soon next to Bruckner Boulevard

Entrepreneur preaches web access for all

Click here to read my story published on the Mott Haven Herald. “A Port Morris startup is looking to ensure that low-income Bronx households aren’t left behind by the area’s technology boom. Neture Inc. was founded in 2014 by Marlin Jenkins, a 42-year-old Peekskill, NY native, with a guiding hand from another local business, MetaBronx, which was … More Entrepreneur preaches web access for all

Out of state volunteers help create Mott Haven garden

Click here to read my story published on the Mott Haven Herald. “Some 30 cyclists rode down to Mott Haven from the coast of Maine earlier this week, the latest in a wave of activists from all over coming to rescue a formerly abandoned lot that has been repurposed as an urban oasis. Bike & Build, a … More Out of state volunteers help create Mott Haven garden

Murder of young mom puts spotlight on safety measures

Click here to read my story published on the Mott Haven Herald. “Adams Houses residents, NYCHA, seek right ingredients to stop violence After a young mother of three was killed on June 11 while shielding her children from stray gunfire in a John Adams Houses playground, residents of the public housing complex are once again asking what it … More Murder of young mom puts spotlight on safety measures