GQ.com, January 16, 2018: "Nazi Punks F**k Off: How Black Flag, Bad Brains, and More Took Back Their Scene from White Supremacists"
NPR Music, January 12, 2018: "The Grunge Gold Rush"
New York Times, September 11, 2017: "Hunting for the 'Promised Land,' Haunted by Chuck Berry"
Rolling Stone, June 15, 2017: "Music's Scary New Reality: After Manchester, Fans and the Industry Face Tough Questions"
Rolling Stone, February 23-March 9, 2017: "As Trump Era Begins, Musicians Begin New Wave of Protests"
New York Times, July 12, 2016: "In Jamaica, Running In Usain Bolt's Footsteps"
New York, March 21, 2016: "Not Them Again! Concert promoters From the Heyday of the Soon-To-Be-Reuniting Guns N' Roses Share War Stories"
New York Times, October 29, 2015: "The Lure of Baseball In the Dominican Republic"
Wall Street Journal, August 11 2015: "Since Straight Outta Compton, Hip-Hop Has Lost Its Crews"
New York Times, July 11, 2015: "My Mother, Lost and Found"
Wall Street Journal, April 1, 2015: "'Furious 7': What Happened to the Wrecked Cars"
New York Times, December 13, 2014 (with Larry Rohter): "Downbeat Legacy for James Brown, Godfather of Soul: A Will in Dispute," p. A1.
Men's Journal, September 2014: "Johnny Manziel's Secret Weapon"
BuzzFeed, June 20, 2014: "Joe Dorsey's Big Fight: How An Unknown Boxer Knocked Out Segregation In Louisiana"
New York Times Magazine, April 20, 2014: "Sia Furler, the Socially Phobic Pop Star"
Rolling Stone, September 15, 2011: "Who's to Blame in Deadly Stage Collapse Tragedies?: 12 die, dozens injured as disasters strike shows in Indiana and Belgium"
United Hemispheres, June 2010: "The Rebirth of Cool: Sophiatown, the swinging birthplace of South Africa's signature township sound, was silenced under apartheid rule. Sixteen years after Nelson Mandela's historic election, the beat goes on"
Islands, January/February 2010: "The Beat of Jamaica: Reggae -- the world's most recognizable island music -- didn't end with Bob Marley. A pop-music expert takes to the streets and the hills to see what stirs it up"
Wired, December 2006: "Diary of a Scalper: Street hawkers are history.
Savvy resellers use the Web to turn tickets into cash"
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, October 22, 2005: "Maybe he's amazing: McCartney embraces 'Yesterday' and today"
Wired, June 2006: "18 Days of Reckless Computing"
SPIN, November 2001: "Fight Night: The cool kids who inhabit the latest Real World locale — Chicago's Wicker Park — want the cast to suffer"
Details, January 2000: "Rocket & Roll: What do astronauts listen to in outer space? Details tracks the sounds of the final frontier"
Details, September 1999: "Satellite Sneaks: Sometimes the best TV
comes from the stuff the networks never intended for you to see"