The Know Nothings - The Brooklyn Paper, November 17, 2007
Gobble, gobble! This year’s “Big Turkey” contest yielded a cornucopia of funny, sad, touching and embarrassing Thanksgiving stories.

Sam and I meet Mrs. Chase - Smith Magazine, September 6, 2007
In the wake of labor day, we wondered: What’s the weirdest or worst job you ever had?

Sticks and Stones - U.S.News & World Report, March 11, 1999
A children's museum exhibit uses slurs to make a point. So what do kids get out of it?

Chicago Chicago - The Costco Connection, November 1998.
Travel story extolling Chicago and its false bravado.

Frank Lloyd Wright Wronged. - A Web site exclusive, composed August 1997, posted February 1998.
Why don't architects care about artifice?

A Pilgrimage to Pigskin Paradise. - As appeared in U.S.News & World Report's Great Vacation Drives, Spring 1997
A visit to the new College Football Hall of Fame

Barn in the U.S.A.: A Rural Phemon. - U.S.News & World Report, March 17, 1997
Traveling exhibit commemorates America's disappearing rural landmarks.

Kvetch as Kvetchers Can - U.S.News & World Report, February 10, 1997
The Borsht Belt comes to the Midwest in a museum exhibit on Jewish humor.