Contributor to US News & World Report Travel and to Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel. Freelance journalist. Closeted Californian. Aspiring novelist. Always curious.
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On social media she is known as unfukyourself. In person she is soft-spoken, with classic Southern California good looks—blonde hair, tan skin (though she was born on Long Island). She agreed to meet at her studio south of downtown Los Angeles, a small space in a gray building with not enough windows, in a neighborhood of old warehouses, treeless streets, and abandoned grocery carts.
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I ate lunch alone and Alexander came to my table, worrying aloud that I was lonely.
“No,” I assured him in English, because all of our conversations were in English. “I’m just taking a brain break.” I realized I was using an expression that meant nothing to him, but he had already zipped off to attend to other tables.
Brooklyn is known for hipsters, a thriving arts scene, 19th-century brownstones, and overpriced artisanal pickle shops—not camping.
Artists and community organizers discuss racial segregation, social justice, and filling in the gaps of our public school system.