- Urban Farms Bring Us Together, but Can They Feed Enough of Us?, Civil Eats
- Oakland's Historic Tribune Tower and the Renegade Artist Who Keeps It Glowing, Atlas Obscura
- The Inter-Amish Language Barriers of Indiana, Atlas Obscura
- The Hidden Messages of Colonial Handwriting, Atlas Obscura
- For New York City's black cowboy group, it's high noon, Daily Mail
I think the Federation of Black Cowboys is one of those incredible organizations of NYC and is rather sad that it just might be ending.
- The Legacy of Albania’s 700,000 Bunkers, Slate
- A Century of Conflicted, Complicated Motherhood in Art, The New Republic
- Measuring Donald Trump’s Mammoth Advantage in Free Media, New York Times
- Trickle-Down Feminism, Revisited, Dissent Magazine
- Former Facebook Workers: We Routinely Suppressed Conservative News, Gizmodo
- PWR BTTM, Tiny Desk Concert, NPR
- Urban Farms Fuel Idealism. Profits? Not So Much, NPR
- Dismantling neoliberal education: a lesson from the Zapatistas, ROAR
I fell down an extremely cynical and disheartening rabbit hole of a Facebook feed. I feel this way sometimes and then another way and another and eventually I just figure I should make myself happy. It tends to be individualistic and capitalistic because why would I want a hard life? And so I never think these think pieces really give the answer to how to fix things and is more of a 'just stop doing and feel guilty about it.'
- From Farm to Bottle: This Brewery Combines Beer and Agriculture, Modern Farmer