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Something I wrote before the World Cup final on Javier Mascherano.

Javier Mascherano is not Lionel Messi, but he’s just as vital to the team’s World Cup success.

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Something I wrote on observing people at Boston Calling. 

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I got to write about the only Trappist brewery outside of Europe for Edible Boston. 

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Something I wrote about traveling using Airbnb. 

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Side note to my SBNation Longform story on my experience watching The Q.

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An interview I did with H. Jon Benjamin.

: When I look back on my childhood in Worcester, it was pretty good overall. My parents are responsible for that. They were successful people and that made things a lot easier for me. When I wanted something, I would usually get it and so forth. But, I grew up with a lot of people who didn’t share that experience in Worcester. But, for most kids, I think the world is pretty contained. I basically grew up doing three things, going to the JCC, to the Dream Machine (an arcade) and Friendly’s in Tatnuck Square. But, my son has grown up in NYC and it’s not like he goes off to the MOMA one night and then off to BAM the next to see Pilobolus. He just seems a lot more tolerant of gays then I recall the people I knew in Worcester were.