My work samples:


--A Food Festival Celebrates The Rebirth Of Jewish Life in Berlin

--Coming Soon To A Tortilla Near You: A Vitamin To Prevent Birth Defects

--Why Tortillas May Hold the Key to Healthier Babies

--Musicians Struggle to Buy Insurance In A City That Thrives on Music

--5-Hour Line Turns Barbecue Pilgrims Into Cash Cow For Locals

--Some Texas County Clerks Delay Licenses for Same-Sex Marriages

--Detroit's 'Frida' Aims to Build Latino Audiences for Opera

--Insurers and Austin Mayor Promote Obamacare To Texas Latinos


--Berlin Seeks German Language Teachers for Refugee Students

--Berlin Voters to Decide: Should Berlin's Old Tegel Airport Stay or Go?

Here & Now

--New Austin Synagogue is Actually Oldest in Texas

--Uninsured Patients in Texas Turn to Walmart

--SXSW Puts Spotlight on Latinos in Tech

--App Translates César Chávez Biopic in Real Time


--Don't Forget About State Races

--A Jewish Journey Through South America

--Austin's Tejano Trails on NPR's Latino USA

PRI's The World

--If you're in Killen, Texas, try the kimchee or bibimbap

--For Thanksgiving, this family shares homemade tamales and some tips for making them

--Cajuns are fiercely proud of their culture, but they're divided over the word 'coonass'

The Takeaway

I've been a guest -- Listen here.


--Gay Marriage, Homosexuality Find Growing Support Among US Latinos

--Las Vegas Hit Hard by Political TV Ads in Spanish

AP Associated Press

--War against pine beetles enlists unlikely fighters in South Dakota

--SD event focuses on oil boom's problems, potential

--Senate panel hears pros, cons of new record fees


--Steppe It Up (CD review)

--Will High-Heel-Friendly Streets Keep Seoul's Women Happy?

--War's End Hasn't Stilled the World's Young Tamil Voices

--Acid Attacks Have Hong Kong on Edge



--Prayers, fasts as Texas governor prep presidential bid

--Earth Day? In Texas, it's for the birds


--'Book Doctor' Opens English-Language Book Store in Berlin

--Hip Cafés in a Hong Kong Noodle District

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