New articles & reviews: August and everything after

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I thought about breaking this up into smaller month-by-month posts, but in the end it was more convenient to do one massive byline roundup.

This covers a lot—though not nearly all—of the journalism, copywriting and translation I was doing between August 2015 and the date of this post.

  • Preventing a Fall,” an article on the benefits of vigorous mind–body exercise for the elderly (InHealth, August-September)
  • Rock Opera and Fart Jokes,” a preview of the collaborative Eastern Washington University-led production of Twelfth Night (Inlander, August 6)
  • A press release (one of many) for PrinterLogic spotlighting the results of several independent TechValidate surveys that reflected customers’ impressive gains in efficiency and ROI (August 11)
  • The Grand Experiment,” a profile of interactive artist Alan Chatham and his art program and gallery space known as Laboratory (Inlander, September 17)
  • All for Show,” an article on Spokane Children’s Theatre and its 70th anniversary; the piece is also bundled with a preview of noteworthy upcoming shows (Inlander, September 17)
  • Image Conscious,” a preview of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s season-opening production of Catch Me If You Can, The Musical (Inlander, September 17)
  • Comedy Most Slapstick,” a review of Play On!, the opener to Ignite! Community Theatre’s 11th season (Inlander, September 24)
  • Oktober in September,” an article highlighting the return of Oktoberfest celebrations to Spokane after a 30-year hiatus (Inlander, September 24)
  • Family Lies,” a review of Other Desert Cities at The Modern-Spokane (Inlander, October 1)
  • Hot ‘Hoods,” an overview of the post-recession housing market in the Inland Northwest and a diverse look at some neigborhoods of note from around the region (Annual Manual, Autumn 2015)
  • Riot Act,” a review of Haymarket Eight at Stage Left Theater (Inlander, October 29)
  • Around this point I began writing (unbylined) the 2015 Holiday Pulse, a weekly guide to events, retailers and restaurants in downton Spokane sponsored in part by the Downtown Spokane Partnership. You can view the December 3 installment in my portfolio.
  • Beautiful Vacuity,” a review of The Wild Party at The Modern-Spokane (Inlander, November 19)
  • The Live Performance section of the Inlander‘s 2015 Holiday Guide. Not-so-fun fact: With my iPad battery inching toward empty, I wrote and submitted this amid the blackout following the area’s freak windstorm that uprooted trees and downed power lines across Spokane (Inlander, November 26)
  • About here I finished a year-long brochure project commemorating the Spokane Arena’s 20th anniversary.
  • And about here I wrapped up a German-to-English translation of AMG Peak Performance, a brochure showcasing the 2016 trainings and events offered as part of the AMG Driving Academy. You can view this project in my portfolio.
  • Win or Die,” a preview of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s Hunger Games-inspired production of Les liaisons dangereuses (Inlander, January 14)
  • Things Past” a review of All My Sons at The Modern-Coeur d’Alene (Inlander, January 28)