New York Times (contributor since 1986)

Vocations

LA Uber Driver Lucas Evans
San Antonio Valet Manager Sarah Edwards
Conservation International’s Laure Katz
San Francisco TV anchor Thuy Vu
Chicago Planetarium staffer Rubina Isaac
Kauai Pursuits Manager Robert Miguel
Illinois software developer Bruce Merevick
Martha’s Vineyard alpaca farmer Barbara Ronchetii
Miraval Spa (Tucson) massage therapist Manny Granillo
East Oakland charter school teacher Liz Soliz
Cuba travel agent Robert Guild
Veterans hiring specialist Nick Swaggert
Horse Whisperer Sheryl Jordan
Customer Service Expert Brian Wilcox
E. Castro, Folsom Prison guard
USGS Seismologist Lucy Jones
Helping Hands Monkey Trainer Alison Payne
Delta Diner Waitress Jennifer Rossmann
Cathay Pacific manager Peter Ho
umbrella organization at Lake Palace in India

Cultural Trends

Men’s Clubs: A Throwback Makes a Comeback
Sam Keen: Man’s Man Takes to Trapeze
Why Islanders Vacation on Islands
A Castle B&B in Austria
Online Dating
On West Coast, A Newly Vital Judaism

Business Trends

Corporate Mentors
Entrepreneurial Sisters Overcome Sibling Rivalry
The Disney-ization of Union Square, S.F.
How Islanders Make Their Livings

“Preoccupations,”
in Sunday Business

Pepe De Anda, Polo Lounge manager

Henry Holden, actor
Dawn Nargi, Morgan Stanley

Anand Chaturvedi, Doosan Infracore
Rachel Cooper, Asia Society
Melody Stein, Mozzeria Restaurant
Christian Clerk, Four Seasons GM

Health

Widowers: How Men Grieve
Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults
Actors as Patients
Women TV Doctors

Destinations

Ojai, California: Frozen in Time
Costa Rica: Real Estate Developments
Martha’s Vineyard B&B’s
San Francisco Buddhist Tour
Spiritual Tourism

Saturday Interview

Padmaja Kumari Mewar, The Princess Hotelier of Rajasthan
Alan Fuerstman, CEO of Montage Hotels

Airline Industry

Whatever happened to 1st class?
Competition for Asian Routes
Airlines Seats
Puddle Jumper Nightmares

“The Boss” in Sunday Business

Lisa Lovatt-Smith, OrphanAid Africa
Stephen Kaufer, TripAdvisor
Chen Xiao Xu, ad agency, Beijing
Raymond Bickson, Taj Hotels, Mumbai
Jim Weber, Brooks Sports, Seattle
Paul McManus, Leading Hotels of the World, New York
Chef Alain Ducasse, Paris
Jean-Cyril Spinetta, Air France, Paris
Daniel Ben-Horin, TechSoup, San Francisco
Daisy Exposito, Exposito & Partners, New York
James Schamus, Focus Features Films, New York
Arvind Singh Mewar, Eternal Mewar, Rajasthan
Raymond Bickson, the Taj Hotels, post-26/11
Ricardo Poma, Grupo Poma, San Salvador
Jacalyn Bennett, Lingerie Designer, Newburyport, MA

“Itineraries,” Business Travel Trends

Extreme Workouts
Basic Tips to Ward Off Burnout
Driving While Drowsy
Home Away from Home
Food Poisoning
Traveling Sports Fans
They Met on a Business Trip
When Rooms Double As Meeting Places
Saving Time on the Road
Hotel as Retailer
Bringing Your Kids on a Business Trip
Back pain
Puddle Jumper Nightmares
The Asian Routes
Airline Seats

Food

Upscale Dining Goes Downstream in Idaho
Mollie Katzen: Beyond Moosewood
Water Bars of California
Healthy Chefs

“At The Nation’s Table”

Japan-Meets-France at S.F. Bistro
Exotic Produce from Quakertown, PA
Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont
Harry Denton’s Starlight Room in S.F.
Cezanne At Four Seasons Philadelphia Restaurant
Restaurant at Louisville’s Seelbach Hotel
The Penn Brewery in Pittsburgh
Martha’s Vineyard Brewpub

Arts

Wes Nisker, World’s First Buddhist Stand-Up
Actors as Patients

Times Sunday Magazine

About Men: The Wedding Guest

Draft

How to Create Sense of Place in Writing
Rhythm and Writing
Maja and Perry at the wedding

“There ought to be a rule, a matter of social etiquette, entered into any updated guide to planning wedding parties. It should read something like this: If this is your second marriage, do not invite your ex-spouse because he or she will have one of two choices, neither attractive. One is to refuse the invitation and look bad; the other is to accept and feel bad.”
—From Sunday Magazine “About Men” column