“We know what your dad wants for Father’s Day: Free beer.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“A new book called ‘Untamed Mushrooms’ could change your life.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“Summer events that let you do good and enjoy damn good food and drinks, too.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“Basil’s Restaurant is now Jolliet House, with an expanded ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ terrace.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“Adorable, light-up, crazy-flavored cotton candy is coming to St. Paul.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“Celebrate Prince, eat his favorite soul food dishes at Onyx Culinary Collective’s pop-up.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“At last, today is National Donut Day. Here are 5 places to go.” City Pages (June 2018) online.

“St. Paul’s Keg & Case adds MN’s first wild foods grocery store, with mushrooms grown in-house.” City Pages (May 2018) online.

“Meet Coco and Lala, best friends making vegan eating easier with Facebook Live and laughter.” City Pages (May 2018) online.

“No More Sad Desk Lunches.” Scrump #23: Winners & rats (May 2018) online.

“Lord Gordon Gordon, History Theatre’s new show, is a knee-slapping summer musical.” Minnesota Playlist (May 2018) online.

“Friendly reminder: Mother’s Day is coming. Here’s where to take mom for brunch.” City Pages (May 2018) online.

“Immigrant Representation Matters Too.” American Theatre (April 2018) print and online.

“5 things to know about Mekong River, Columbia Heights’ new Thai restaurant.” City Pages (April 2018) online.

“Best Restaurant to Take Out-of-Towners: Midtown Global Market.” City Pages (April 2018) online and print.

“Best Italian Restaurant: Monello.” City Pages (April 2018) online and print.

“Best Ramen: Ichiddo Ramen.” City Pages (April 2018) online and print.

“Best Breakfast: Day by Day Cafe.” City Pages (April 2018) online and print.

“Approach with kindness: Ask an admin with Amy Tang.” Minnesota Playlist (April 2018) online.

“Patio season is SO CLOSE: Where and when you can start dining al fresco.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“Corner Table brings home the bacon at whole-hog cooking contest Cochon555.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“You still have time to make to make egg-cellent Easter brunch reservations.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“From meal prepping to bao-making, some of the best classes to up your skills.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“Where to eat corned beef, drink Irish beer, etc. this St. Patrick’s Day.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“Hazelwood Food + Drink serves up big comfort-food dishes in a relaxed atmosphere.” City Pages (March 2018) online.

“From grab-and-go to church basement to super posh, a Twin Cities fish fry for every occasion.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“Farmer, miller, baker, maker: Baker’s Field Flour & Bread and the future of a local grain economy.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“Here are some of the best St. Paul lunch spots worth leaving the skyway for.” City Pages (February 2018) print and online.

“Hankering for an Indurrito at the Mall of America? Hot Indian Foods will be there.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“Ask an Admin: Jessica Franken.” Minnesota Playlist (February 2018) online.

“Put a heart on it: Heart-shaped Valentine’s Day treats for all the folks you love.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“Cake, doughnuts, and more cake: Celebrating Fat Tuesday in the Twin Cities.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“It’s almost Galentine’s Day, and these are all the waffles you need to eat.” City Pages (February 2018) online.

“Ask an Admin: John Gebretatose.” Minnesota Playlist (February 2018) online.

“Stop and Smell the Music: ACF Board Chair Mary Ellen Childs Pairs Sound and Scent.” American Composers Forum (February 2018) online.

“Around the world in 8 happy hours.” City Pages (February 2018) print and online.

“Pigskin doughnuts, Grain Belt rolls, and more Twin Cities football foods to track down.” City Pages (January 2018) online.

“Ask an Admin: Isabel Nelson.” Minnesota Playlist (January 2018) online.

“Mocktails, malts, and more: A ‘Dry January’ guide to the Twin Cities.” City Pages (January 2018) print and online.

“Have a brilliant food business concept? Maker to Market can help make it happen.” City Pages (January 2018) online.

“Redevelopment means Big Daddy’s BBQ could get new, expanded digs (at the same address).” City Pages (January 2018) print and online.

“5 of our favorite spots for slurping down oysters right now.” City Pages (January 2018) online.

“Resolving to give back in 2018? These food-focused nonprofits make volunteering a breeze.” City Pages (January 2018) online.

“How Pizza Conquered the US.” Us of America (December 2017) online.

“Ask an Admin: Whitney Blount.” Minnesota Playlist (December 2017) online.

“Ten Thousand Things, All of Them Teachable.” American Theatre (December 2017) online.

“Never leave your house for food again because Bite Squad is rolling out unlimited delivery.” City Pages (December 2017) online.

“Tiki, mochi, slushy: 7 of the best food-driven New Year’s Eve parties in the Twin Cities.” City Pages (December 2017) online.

“Ask an Admin: Katie Hey.” Minnesota Playlist (December 2017) online.

“Minnesota’s 3 biggest food headlines of 2017.” City Pages (December 2017) print and online.

“5 things to know about Crepe and Spoon.” City Pages (November 2017) online.

“Rediscover a bounty of Midwestern flavors with ‘The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen.'” City Pages (November 2017) print and online.

“St. Paul service workers call for tip credit in minimum wage debate.” City Pages (November 2017) online.

“TCG’s Theatre Facts 2016 reflects a theatre field examining its business practices and values.” American Theatre (November 2017) print and online.

“The wurst saloon: Waldmann brewery and wurstery open at last in St. Paul.” City Pages (October 2017) online.

“Coming Together: An in-depth look at the Minnesota Theater Alliance Statewide Theater Conference.” Minnesota Playlist (October 2017) online.

“Ricotta pizzicato: Instrumental music and fine dining meet at Acoustic Cuisine.” City Pages (October 2017) online.

“Squash, maple, marshmallow: Skip the PSL and sip on these seasonal drinks instead.” City Pages (October 2017) online.

“Works and Wines: Samples and Pairings at the Playwrights’ Center’s Taste of the Season.” Minnesota Playlist (October 2017) online.

“Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl, Champion of Twin Cities Food Writing.” Cook N Scribble (October 2017) online.

“The World We Live In.” Minnesota Playlist (August 2017) online.

“Serious Play, 1776, and CAMP!” Minnesota Playlist (August 2017) online.

“Are Walleye Minnesota Nice?” Us of America (Summer 2017) print.

“Charles Francis Chan Jr.’s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery: Mu Performing Arts Provides a Vaudevillian Unpacking of Racism.” Minnesota Playlist (May 2017) online.

“It Has to Be Better: Conversations and Connections at Pillsbury House + Theatre.” Minnesota Playlist (April 2017) online.

“The Line in the Sand.” American Theatre (April 2017) print and online.

“Bow Down to Your Queen.” Paste Magazine (February 2017) online.

“Food Rivalries: Pie- or Square-Cut Pizza.” The Kitchn. With Claire Bunschoten. (January 2017) online.

“Ben Houge’s Food Operas Turn Your Plate into a Stage.” Paste Magazine (December 2016) online.

“Sondheim and the Chaotic Age: Ethan Mordden’s Opinionated Guide.” Everything Sondheim (April 2016) online.

“Experimenting in the Playwrights’ Center PlayLabs.” American Theatre (October 2015) online.

“A Brief Registry of Maize.” Ex. Ex. Midwest (April 2015) print.

“Sondheim and Sex-Positivity.” The Sondheim Review (September 2014) print.

“Dining with Ghosts.” Ex. Ex. Midwest (May 2014) print.

“Storyboard: Shoefly Public House.” Metonymy Media (April 2014) online.

Selected Copywriting
“The Top 8 Companies That Launched from a Coworking Space.” Launch Fishers (March 2015) online.

“What Has the Launch Fishers Space Done for You?” Launch Fishers (April 2015) online.

“What to Expect at Your Visit to OB/GYN of Indiana.” OB/GYN of Indiana (2013) online.

“Exercise for Older Women.” OB/GYN of Indiana (2013) online.

Creative Non-Fiction
“This Is How You Stay Alive.” Sundog Lit, The Games Issue (July 2013) online.

“Tajemnice.” Junoesq (March 2015) online.

“I Know Why the Caged Trilla Sings.” NAP Magazine, part of #GOODLitSwerveAutumn: An Anthology of Independent Literature about Kanye West (October 2012) online.

“How Things Work.” Plain China (October 2009) online.

Related Experience
Co-Editor, Corgi Snorkel Press. A summer chapbook series for serious readers.

Leader of Vouched Books Indianapolis (2013-2015).

Proofreader, #GOODLitSwerveAutumn: An Anthology of Independent Literature about Kanye West (October 2012) online.