Phaidra Knight, The Longshot Bobsledder

Phaidra Knight just wants to bobsled. A professional rugby player with a degree in law, Knight now has her eyes set on the Olympics. And at age 38, Sochi may be her last chance. She’s training hard and trying not to focus on the considerable challenges ahead. Not only will Knight be facing the stiffest […]

Typhoon Haiyan Hope and Help

AudioFiles Podcast: Just Kidding

On this episode of AudioFiles, we sacrificed a live goat. Just kidding. Our program is all about comedy. We ask New Yorkers what makes them laugh.  We dive into the wacky world of puns. And for a live musical guest,  the Reformed Whores joined us in the studio – you’re just going to have to hear […]

AudioFiles Podcast: A Place Called Home

This episode of AudioFiles aired on WHCR in Harlem and on WGXC in Upstate New York. It has also been published by the New York City News Service. Listen to “A Place Called Home”                               Producer: Kathleen Culliton Host: Alex Eidman […]

18 Degrees North: On The Down Low

I contributed my voice to this great piece about a new documentary on homophobia in Jamaica, “The Abominable Crime.” The segment, “On The Down Low”, aired on 18 Degrees North on Sunday, September 15th. It was reported, produced and edited by Bobbi Misick. To see the full series, click here.

Al Jazeera English: US Drum Circle Keeps Sense of Community

I reported and produced this piece for Al Jazeera English. It aired in the United States on August 19th, 2013.

Al Jazeera English: Growing market for US drones

This story aired on Al Jazeera English on August 15th, 2013. I contributed reporting and assisted during the editing process.

A Drop in the Bucket: Two Students’ Fight Against Water Scarcity in Honduras

Cristina Handal is returning to Honduras this summer, even though her mother has begged her not to go. She’s been studying architecture and urban design in New York for the past five years and her mother had hoped that Handal would find a career and a life for herself here. She thinks Honduras is too […]

Newscast From CUNY News – April 19, 2013

The manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was on, and on April 19, 2013, CUNY News had the story. We spoke with Rachel Alfiero, a Somerville resident on lockdown. We heard from Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis with his most recent update on BPD progress. We also covered the latest local news in New York: Our reporters […]

New York Times Local: Citi Bike is Here to Stay

  Citi Bike advocates and adversaries convened in Fort Greene on Apr. 25 to debate the big bike question. But despite concerns over safety, parking and corporate branding, Citi Bike is here to stay. For the complete story, click here. And here is the audio version: