Today’s featured journalist is Kenneth Rosen, a freelancer out of Alaska who’s written for the New York Times, Narratively, The Huffington Post, Mashable, USA Today, Yahoo, and CNN. Though his focus is on hyperlocal community news, don’t expect Rosen to cover healthcare. His portfolio that includes: An organic farmer's recipe for changing Staten Island's food, A Dead Smartphone Underground and a Connection to Make, and, Andrew Low's 200th birthday being celebrated in Savannah - due to the fact that he got his start at the Savannah Morning News. Rosen is a big fan of Miss Lonelyhearts, never worked on his high school paper, and believes being a journalist to mean: “Bringing to light anything that may have fallen to the shadows -- as of late that seems to be everything including what a new Monopoly piece.”

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