For now, here are a few articles I've written that I've been able to find online. Unfortunately, many were lost, or the lead photos went missing, in the early days of online publishing.
I've been published in the LA Weekly, OC Weekly, Unfold (not online - will post this), No Ripcord, Points of Action, and the defunct Ego Magazine.
Neutral Milk Hotel (No Ripcord) - A feature on my favorite band, who released a phenomenal album, then disappeared forever.
Hell on Wheels - A feature on how having my car stolen was the highlight of my summer.
Stop to Eat the Daisies - An interview with E of the band eels, one of my favorite artists.
The Outsiders: Dilettante Press - Interview with a new, independent art press that published the first book / catalog for the American Visionary Art Museum.
Choir Masters: Kitka - Interview with an amazing choir from San Francisco who does Eastern European-style folk songs, a la Bulgarian State Women's Choir.
Kalle Lasn - Interview with anti-consumerism advocate and Ad Busters founder.
When Worlds Collide: Artist Theresa Hak Kyung Cha - Art exhibition review.
Gathering Light: Photographer Richard Ross Photography exhibit review.
God Bless the Xerox Machine - Review of a book of punk rock flyers.
When the Cat Stays - Pet care while you're on vacation. Probably shouldn't bother posting this, but if cats are involved, it's going up.
Web Radio - Article for the now-defunct Ego Magazine in what was likely 2000 or so. Entertaining in its datedness.
eTyrants - Article about the commercialization of the web and domain names, also for Ego Magazine.
Animal Magnetism - Careers with animals. You recall what I said about cats.
Small Is Beautiful - Interesting look back at small business landscape of 1998 L.A. First piece I wrote for LA Weekly.
These are usually called "baby photos." I’ve had a ball finding old articles I wrote as a journalist, then Music and Art Editor, at UCLA’s Daily Bruin. It’s consistently a top paper in the country, and was a beloved 40 hour / week stint for me. Ironically, they have much more than the professional papers still do. Go figure. These are likely only of interest to me, my mother, and possibly haters who want ammunition for ridicule. Here you go, kids!Tribute to Allen Ginsberg - A eulogy of sorts upon his death.
It's easy to find a ton more stuff.