I am honored to explore the entire University of California system’s sustainable food efforts for my first piece at Civil Eats. Greening these influential universities will upgrade our state’s profile and power, especially if we can reach full sustainability in the short term, which is no easy feat.
It’s always a surreal blast when the past arrives in the present, especially if it’s my interview with the defiantly principled punk pioneer, Jello Biafra.
It was a pleasure to dive into the data of corporate solar and wind adoption for The Guardian. Corporations are stepping up their renewable energy investment and infrastructure, and there’s no going back, no matter who wins what election.
Although he is one of the most immediately recognizable directors in film history, David Lynch originally wanted to be an artist.
They called me into the office around dawn.
“We want you to clear out the National Parks.”
a contract to replace a so-called natural gas nightmare we can see from a space
It was just a matter of time before Tesla Motors and SolarCity synergized.
From the phenomenal GKIDS and makers of A Cat in Paris.
Fort McMurray is predictably swallowed by a sprawling inferno.
Look who popped up, from the beyond.
I finished my run as associate editor with a thinker on Herzog, an interview with stop-mo innovators The Quay Brothers, and more.
I shuttered 2015 with a dive into virtual reality, Oscar upstarts, and more.
Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet is one of 2015’s most compelling films, but it also happens to be one of the historical highlights of anthology animation.
Extraordinary Tales brings Poe’s harrowing stories to the screen for newer generations raised on boundless technologies and influences.
My continuing bow to The Iron Giant, Brad Bird’s timeless masterpiece of war and peace.
From Banksy’s tragicomic Dismaland to Studio Ghibli’s vault, my birthday month was an arty head trip.
I bowed to Bugs Bunny’s 75th birthday, dove into Oculus’ VR hole, and more, before absconding for Canada.
I kicked off my first month as Cartoon Brew’s associate editor with an exclusive on the late, great John Lennon.
I’m the associate editor of Cartoon Brew.
Louisiana has a choice to make on solar.
Because they’re too comfortable setting their sights too low.
The solar industry has added jobs to the American economy at 10 times the national average.
Not bad for a renewable energy upstart.
You bet your Union, Jack.
Governor Brown’s goals will create billions and slash millions.