Double Trouble - Bullseye, August 2003
Outkast's new album delivers the best of both worlds
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Common Law - Bullseye, February 2003
Love reigns supreme in this hip hop artist's domain.
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Roadrunner Records - New York Magazine, October 22, 2001
In the hit and miss music business, the metalheads at Roadrunners consistently rack up sales. Now aligned with Island Def Jam, can this quiet but dangerous company crank it up a notch?

Prince of All Media - Inside Magazine, March 30, 2001
Just in time for the post-Napster world, the eccentric purple one has unveiled a new music subscription site. Does his NPG Music Club have the funk to lead artists into revolution?

O-Town: Building the Perfect Boy Band - Inside Magazine, January 31, 2001
An unapologetically prefab fivesome culled from 1,800 hopefuls on an ABC reality show is the most cunningly marketed, cross-platformed boy band ever. Can the efforts of Clive Davis, teen-pop impresario Lou Pearlman and radio giant Clear Channel create the new 'N Sync? Band debuts at #5 on this week's charts.

Ray Anderson - U.S.News & World Report, December 28, 1998
Aspiring to become the greenest CEO in America.

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

Recognizing Valor - Michigan History Magazine, January/February 1997
The story of Charles Thomas, a brave African-American World War Two veteran whose Medal of Honor was long overdue.

Marshmallows Then, Rose Bowl Now - U.S.News & World Report, December 25, 1995
Northwestern University football coach Gary Barnett turned the perennial cellar-dwellers into Big Ten champions.

A Judge of Character - Connecticut College Magazine, May/June 1994
How federal judge Kimba Wood, who sentenced Michael Milken, broke barriers for women in the legal field.