The Washington Post:

WWE fans’ #hijackRaw movement gains Vince McMahon’s attention

Meryl Davis and Charlie White will probably dominate ‘Dancing With the Stars’

Ukraine’s political strife is affecting its sports leagues

Darnell Dockett and Torii Hunter are making alligators trend in sports

Red Bull is building the world’s first snowboarding ‘double pipe’

Reddit user makes a righteous GIF of every World Cup soccer ball since 1930

Kentucky Wildcat fans cut a rug in the stands (video)

Olympic curling still struggling to be taken seriously

How to get the United States more serious about curling

Like football? Then you should love curling

There should be no shame in loving the game of curling

Enhance the English language by speaking like an Olympic curling pro

Even the Washington Nationals are fans of Olympic curling

Keep your curling obsession alive after the Olympics end

Olympic curling: why to keep watching even without Norway’s pants

Curling brooms, Newton’s first law of motion and why curling may be cooler than baseball

Don’t expect to have a smooth skate on a curling rink

U.S. curling teams still down but not out

Is the ‘spirit of curling’ become meaner?

Lapel microphones reveal some bad attitudes in Olympic curling

Olympic curling fans show their spirit, funny hats in Sochi

U.S. women’s curling team is down four straight losses: Can they come back?

Your cheat sheet to Friday’s men’s curling medal rounds

Happy Valentine’s Day, from the dreamiest curlers in the Olympics

10 memorable moments from Sochi’s Olympic curling competition

 The Washington Post Express:

D.C. area prepares for government shutdown

Five things we missed during the shutdown

Here’s why you don’t actually want to cuddle a panda

Bao Bao’s going to be big in 2014

Drill, lady, drill: the story of naming tunnel boring machines

D.C. Music Download’s 9:30 Club show highlights local bands

In addition, I also aggregate stories for the daily Blog Log. There’s a whole slew of samples here.


Honestly, there are just too many to list (toot, toot = own horn). Click here to see a selection on my Pinterest portfolio, ranging from July 2011 – present.

From The Smart Set:

Throw Your Wands in the Air
April 29, 2010

Russia On My Mind
November 21, 2008

From Culture11:

It Costs Thousands to Start a Lemonade Stand!
September 22, 2008

From RUSSIA! magazine:

Dressed to Oppress
pp. 68-71, Fall/Winter 2009

From Europe-Asia Studies:

Review of “Statehood and Security: Georgia after the Rose Revolution” by Bruno Coppieters and Robert Legvold (Eds.) appears in Vol. 59, No. 6. September 2007

From World Politics Review:

Cargo Scanning Program Sparks International Debate Over U.S. Homeland Security Policy
November 12, 2007

Ukraine: Where Will the Battle of the Viktors Be Resolved?
April 4, 2007

Putin: The Sun that Never Sets?
March 27, 2007

Putin’s Criticisms of Extreme Russian Nationalism Are Politically Motivated
February 19, 2007

Kosovo: A No-Win Situation for Russia
January 29, 2007

Russia Holds the Cards, West Folding in Foreign Policy Game
October 24, 2006

In Dagestan, Life Goes On Despite Violence
September 1, 2006

A Roller Coaster Month for Georgia and Russia
July 29, 2006

‘No ‘Harmonization’: A G8 Post Mortem
July 21, 2006

From The ISCIP Analyst:

To CIS or Not to CIS; Let them drink Moldovan Wine…As long as Russia has WTO Prospects
Vol. XIII, No. 5 (December 7, 2006)

Renewed Partnership in Egypt; Russia digs in on Iran
Vol. XIII, No. 4 (November 9, 2006)

Russia and the benefits of North Korean nukes
Vol. XIII, No. 3 (October 19, 2006)

Sakhalin controversy highlights Russian foreign policy tool — energy
Vol. XIII, No. 2 (October 5, 2006)

Lavrov at the Middle East buffet — samples everything, but opts out of full meal
Vol. XIII, No. 1 (September 21, 2006)

From G8 to little 8
Vol. XII, No. 8 (August 17, 2006)

Odd man out?
Vol. XII, No. 7 (July 20, 2006)

Periodic table is political fodder; Russia’s attempt to go west
Vol. XII, No. 6 (June 15, 2006)

Russia’s double-headed eagle has two voices; Russia vies for its old sphere
Vol. 12, No. 5 (May 25, 2006)

Eight is…too many?
Vol. 12, No. 4 (April 20, 2006)

From Boston University’s Department of International Relations:

Behind the Enigma: Changing Internal Factors and Putin’s Foreign Policy
November 20, 2006

The Homeland Defense & Security Monitor and The RadWaste Monitor:

I published roughly 10-12 stories every two weeks. Electronic clips for these periodicals are available only to subscribers. If you would like to view a sample, please email me.

From LifeStyle:

Clips of my work at LifeStyle are not available online. To receive copies, please email me.

From The Anti DC:


Additionally, I’ve also done work for Bostonist and Insite magazine.