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Ken Kaye

South Florida Sun Sentinel — Weather Reporter

Bio: Weather freak. I cover everything from rain showers to hurricanes for the Sun Sentinel.

Location: Fort Lauderdale

Beats: Weather, Metro Miami

RT @SunSentinel: Sunrise takes stand against puppy mills sunsent.nl/1k7KA6u
Sunrise takes stand against puppy mills
A new city law aims to protect animal lovers from unknowingly buying a sick dog born in a puppy mill. This week, Sunrise approved a law requiring pet stores within its borders to sell animals from

John Ellement

Boston Globe — Breaking News Reporter

Bio: John R. Ellement is a breaking news reporter for the Boston Globe newspaper and its allied sites, boston.com and bostonglobe.com. Email: ellement@globe.com.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Beat: Metro Boston

Walsh administration, which promised transparency, is not @GlobeAndrewRyan reports. bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/04/…
Mayor Martin J. Walsh withholds gender and ethnicity data on city employees
system did not give city workers the opportunity to self-identify their gender and ethnicity. At the Globe’s request, Walsh’s administration provided a form filled out by new city employees. It seeks
RT @GlobeMCramer: Era of new transparency? @marty_Walsh withholds diversity records bit.ly/1nqgcb6
Mayor Martin J. Walsh withholds gender and ethnicity data on city employees
system did not give city workers the opportunity to self-identify their gender and ethnicity. At the Globe’s request, Walsh’s administration provided a form filled out by new city employees. It seeks

Natalie Alcoba

National Post — City Hall Reporter

Bio: City Hall reporter for National Post

Location: Toronto City Hall

Beats: Politics, Canada

RT @MariaAugimeri: My #TTC items will help us as a new City Council, where transit's prioritized, to hit the ground running. Sad some defending legacy of cuts.

Nick Brunner

Capital Public Radio — Host and Producer

Bio: Light is Green, Trap is Clean. Host/Producer at Capital Public Radio. Sacto Band Enthusiast.

Location: Sacramento, CA

Beat: U.S. Regional

attn: @romanmars RT @TheAVClub: There’s hidden beauty in abandoned World Of Warcraft cities avc.lu/1lJfBl5
There’s hidden beauty in abandoned World Of Warcraft cities
feel a bit unsafe. You’re truly on your own, with no one to give you backup if a fight turns sour. When the second expansion to World Of Warcraft came out, Shattrath’s popularity faded. The new city

Cybil Wallace

Journalist

Bio: Media strategy, social-media smarts and lots of real, gritty journalism experience.

Location: San Francisco

Beats: Metro San Francisco, Media

Even-handed take San Francisco's bubbling class warfare: modernluxury.com/san-francisco/…
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or

Dan Saltzstein

New York Times — Travel Section Editor

Bio: Editor at The New York Times Travel section. Written for Travel, Dining, A&L, Book Review. On Instagram @ dansaltzstein. Food, booze, NYC, Queens, movies, TV.

Location: Woodside, NY

Beats: Travel, Metro New York

RT @ClaraJeffery: It's set in SF, but @GaryKamiya's piece is instructive to any city's agony over gentrification and change: modernluxury.com/san-francisco/…
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or

Clara Jeffery

Mother Jones — Co-Editor

Bio: Co-editor of Mother Jones. Mom. One very tired lady.

Location: ÜT: 37.770364,-122.410351

“I’d like to get more involved, but I’m worried that people will get mad at me” --techie at @hattery. We'll discuss! modernluxury.com/san-francisco/…
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or
"...demonizing all techies divides the city & works against very civic engagement that progressives are calling for." modernluxury.com/san-francisco/…
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or
It's set in SF, but @GaryKamiya's piece is instructive to any city's agony over gentrification and change: modernluxury.com/san-francisco/…
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or

Geraldine Sealey

NBC News — Enterprise Editor, NBC News Digital

Bio: Enterprise Editor, NBC News Digital. Currently a Brooklynite, always a Scrantonian. Opinions all mine, of course.

Beats: Politics, Metro New York

RT @GaryKamiya: My new essay on "The Change," the great, historic, and inevitable forces rocking San Francisco. bit.ly/1fu93if
San Francisco Is Dead. Long Live San Francisco.
through our new city, I find myself open to it. I’m not convinced that it is really going to become a soulless simulacrum of Manhattan (or worse, Atherton). I’m curious to know what San Francisco in 2025 or

Jess Zimmerman

Grist — Grist List Editor

Bio: Ironic points of light.

Beat: Environment

How do you say goodbye to a place you never loved? @sarahgrace317 on leaving Tyler, Texas is.gd/T4Jl2W
Anywhere But Here
alone with myself long enough to figure a damn thing out. I had done this to myself in Tyler and I was doing it again in Austin. I would stay just as lost in this new city as I did in that old one I hated

Ryan Chittum

Columbia Journalism Review — Staff Writer

Bio: I write about the business press for Columbia Journalism Review's The Audit.

Location: Aalborg, Denmark

Beats: Business and Finance, Media

“being innovative is not a defense to breaking the law.” nytimes.com/2014/04/22/bus…
Companies Built on Sharing Balk When It Comes to Regulators
in Seattle to overturn a new City Council measure that limited their growth. This week, they are trying to fight an effort by Arizona legislators to introduce some modest controls on their business

Miya Shay

ABC 13 Houston — Reporter

Bio: TV news reporter, wife, mom, lover of social media, foodie finds, and world travel. Please like my FB fan page http://t.co/LGhZGRrhHD! Opinions are my own.

Location: iPhone: 29.659395,-95.508675

Beat: Metro Houston

RT @nsarnoff: Houston's First Ward is flourishing, but not without some friction houstonchronicle.com/life/article/H…
Houston's First Ward is flourishing, but not without some friction
Stephen Fox explains the wards were, in effect, city council districts until 1905. With a new city charter, the wards - just lines on a map - vanished, and the aldermen who represented the wards were

Nancy Sarnoff

Houston Chronicle — Real Estate Reporter

Bio: Real estate reporter and blogger for the Houston Chronicle.

Location: Houston

Beats: Metro Houston, Real Estate

Houston's First Ward is flourishing, but not without some friction houstonchronicle.com/life/article/H…
Houston's First Ward is flourishing, but not without some friction
Stephen Fox explains the wards were, in effect, city council districts until 1905. With a new city charter, the wards - just lines on a map - vanished, and the aldermen who represented the wards were

Nicole Radzievich

The Allentown Lehigh Valley Morning Call — Blogger

Location: Lehigh Valley, Pa.

Beat: Opinion and Editorial

Bethlehem parking has a new leader. Click the video to hear what the chairman has to say about him. tinyurl.com/kbyq3ar
Bethlehem hires new parking czar
structures on the South Side. Thanks to the new City Revitalization and Improvement Zone, a parking deck has been proposed to serve $47 million worth of office, retail and residential development just west of

Andrew Ryan

Boston Globe — City Hall Reporter

Bio: City Hall reporter for the Boston Globe.

Location: Boston City Hall

Beats: Politics, Metro Boston

Mayor Martin J. Walsh withholds gender and ethnicity data on city employees
system did not give city workers the opportunity to self-identify their gender and ethnicity. At the Globe’s request, Walsh’s administration provided a form filled out by new city employees. It seeks
RT @CommonCauseMA: .@pamwilmot questions privacy exemption cited by Mayor Walsh to withhold diversity records bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/04/… #bospoli #mapoli
Mayor Martin J. Walsh withholds gender and ethnicity data on city employees
system did not give city workers the opportunity to self-identify their gender and ethnicity. At the Globe’s request, Walsh’s administration provided a form filled out by new city employees. It seeks

Charukesi Ramadurai

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Freelancer for NYT, Conde Nast Traveller, SCMP, The National, Silverkris. The Hindu. Author of 'Everything You Wanted To Know About Freelance Journalism'

Location: Bangalore, India

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Opinion and Editorial, Travel, World, India

First time to Europe? 10 travel questions answered wp.me/p3kJS-15x
First time to Europe? 10 travel questions answered
walking tour on your first day in any new city – there are plenty of options to suit all kinds of interests, from a general overview tour to specialist history or food tours. These give you a good

Meghan E. Irons

Boston Globe — Reporter

Bio: Dog lover, junk food junkie, wanna-be traveler writes about people and the world they inhabit.

Location: Boston

Beat: Metro Boston

Walsh withholds diversity records on city employees bit.ly/1nqgcb6 via @BostonGlobe
Mayor Martin J. Walsh withholds gender and ethnicity data on city employees
system did not give city workers the opportunity to self-identify their gender and ethnicity. At the Globe’s request, Walsh’s administration provided a form filled out by new city employees. It seeks

Anna Tobin

Freelance Journalist

Bio: An accomplished and diverse consumer, technology and business journalist.

Location: London

Beats: Technology, Opinion and Editorial, Travel, Media, United Kingdom

Sounds nuts! "@inhabitat: Turkey wants to build an entire city powered by pistachio shells! bit.ly/1k6rU7e

Bowdeya Tweh

Cincinnati Enquirer — Real Estate, Retail and Development Reporter

Bio: Biz journalist @Enquirer on real estate, retail, development beats. Detroit-born urbanophile, future MBA, loving what I do for a living

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Beats: Business and Finance, U.S. Regional, Real Estate

.@brubymiller: 'He tried to use our brand for his gain' -- Jeff Ruby suing ex-Cardinal Edmonds over name cin.ci/1ighDAW
Jeff Ruby suing ex-Cardinal Edmonds over name
alleges that Edmonds’ steakhouse infringes on the Ohio restaurant group’s trademark. The St. Louis Precinct features police and sports memorabilia and is located next to the new city police headquarters
RT @Enquirer: Jeff Ruby suing ex-Cardinal Jim Edmonds over name cin.ci/1igiH87
Jeff Ruby suing ex-Cardinal Edmonds over name
alleges that Edmonds’ steakhouse infringes on the Ohio restaurant group’s trademark. The St. Louis Precinct features police and sports memorabilia and is located next to the new city police headquarters

Gary Kemble

Australian Broadcasting Corporation News — Social Media Coordinator

Bio: Social media coordinator with ABC News (Australia).

Location: Brisbane, Australia

Beats: Media, Australia

.@craigmod talks to @NiemanLab about writing, location and the intersection of the two bit.ly/1tEUfGN ping @ECFantasyWriter
Q&A: Craig Mod on making writing more mobile-friendly and where digital publishing is headed
— especially as a traveller — exploring a new city, and you notice things. I use little notepads. I use Simplenote to take a lot of notes. In a way, Hi is meant to be a networked, community-facing version of

Gordon Y.K. Pang

Honolulu Star-Advertiser — Staff Writer

Bio: Reporter Gordon Pang tweets about the city hall and cop beats for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Talk to him here, call 529-4821 or email him!

Location: Honolulu, HI

Beats: Politics, U.S. Regional, Crime and Justice

A new city law will make it easier to regulate and control publication dispenser racks in Waikiki. (premium) bit.ly/1nHHret
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