PROFILES AND COLUMNS
A STRONG SIGNAL ON GLOBAL WARMING
New York Times – January 26, 2009
CAP AND TRADE AND THE SMOG RIPOFF
Newgeography.com – September 16, 2009
DOES THE CLIMATE BILL HAVE A CHANCE?
New York Times – May 9, 2010
GONE, BABY, GONE
The maddening, populist, civil libertarian, deal-making, district-loving and just plain weird career of City Councilman Nate Holden ends on July 1, leaving behind a new political scene that can’t tolerate his brand of bullish boosterism.
Los Angeles City Beat – June 26, 2003
GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN CAN DO MORE TO GREEN UP CALIFORNIA
Bloomberg View – May 29, 2012
JUSTICE: SWIFT AND RIGHTEOUS
Remembering a relative’s murder and the gas chamber execution of his unrepentant killer.
Pasadena Weekly – January 2004
MTA WATCHDOG MAKES INROADS ON MONEY TRAIN
Daily News of Los Angeles – January 29, 1996
NEW DAD: EVERYONE’S A CRITIC
San Gabriel Valley Tribune – June 1994
ODD MAN IN
Outsider Turned Coalition Builder Turned Political Pariah, Daniel Arguello Finds Himself at the Center of Alhambra’s Most Explosive Scandal
Pasadena Weekly – December 8, 2005
RETURN OF THE NATIVE
Richard Alatorre’s rise from barrio golden boy to bad example and halfway back again.
Los Angeles City Beat – April 7, 2005
SHE SPEAKS LOUDLY AND CARRIES A BIG STICK – GLENDALE MAYOR VIRGINIA BREMBERG
Los Angeles Business Journal – December 23, 1991
THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING. (Part I of II)
He’s been called everything from civil rights crusader to shameless ‘poverty pimp.’ Chip Jacobs goes in search of the real Danny Bakewell.
Pasadena Weekly – November 20, 2003
The strange and terrible saga of how Jerry Schneiderman escaped from a cold-blooded killer and became a royal pain in the ass.
Los Angeles CityBeat – April 15, 2004
WHO’S BEEN USING MY BIN?
Park a large, lidless container in front of your house for construction debris or a seasonal de-cluttering and within days you may feel like your block’s unofficial trash man, if not its junk collector.
Los Angeles Times – July 23, 2006
WHAT DOES (FIDEL VARGAS) WANT?
At 26, the nation’s youngest big-city mayor has assembled the beginnings of a formidable power base, hut he has left political observers and constituents alike wondering about his next move.
San Gabriel Valley Tribune – August 28, 1994
WHAT IF THE REPUBLICANS CLOSED THE E.P.A.?
The New York Times – August 25, 2011