Tag Archives: Luisa Anderson

Illegal Behavior Sparks Charnel Mulligan Park Renovation

by Luisa Anderson Community and city members are planning the renovation of Charnel Mulligan Park as it approaches its 30-year anniversary. Residents say they are detracted by the outdated space, but are more concerned by increased illegal activity in the … Continue reading

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Building a Sustainable Future through Agriculture

by Luisa Anderson First he looked at the pale yellow silk coming out of the ear, and then the anthers coming out of the tassel. Workers had sprayed glyphosate, an herbicide used to kill weeds and grasses, all over the … Continue reading

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Q&A with Simon Romero

by Luisa Anderson Simon Romero is The New York Times bureau chief in Brazil, where he covers Latin America’s Southern Cone. Romero was first hired by the Times in 1999, and began working in his current position in 2011. How … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside residents lack interest for the Grammys

by Luisa Anderson The Grammys award ceremony has celebrated musicians in the industry for the last 50 years, but Jefferson Westside Neighborhood residents say they will not be watching the award show this year. This Sunday marks the 2013 Grammys, … Continue reading

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Why Simon Romero is important to Latin American journalism

by Luisa Anderson It is unsatisfying to read Simon Romero’s words in only 140 characters, because it simply limits his grace and intelligence. I first came across Romero by chance on Twitter. As the bureau chief of Brazil at The … Continue reading

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Top Tweeters for Latin American news

by Luisa Anderson Twitter is an important resource for journalists to talk directly to other journalists around the country and globe. Below is a list of some of the most important tweeters in Latin American news. They share their own … Continue reading

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A glimpse of 7,000: Jefferson Westside

By: Luisa Anderson Nearly 7,000 people call Jefferson Westside Neighbors home, but on a Wednesday morning, you wouldn’t know it. Traveling through the heart of the old neighborhood, I crossed paths with only a handful of faces.  I passed a man … Continue reading

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