Design Schools, Now Is the Time to Answer: Who Are We For? / Hyperallergic / August 5, 2020

Should Louis IX Statue Come Down Next? / Riverfront Times / June 16, 2020

Sam Moore’s legacy should be change in North St. Louis / St. Louis American / February 27, 2020

Clayton’s Shanley Building is an international landmark. Let’s save it. / St. Louis Post-Dispatch / December 24, 2019

City Demolition Policy Needs Measurable Goals / The Northsider / August 29, 2019

Downtown St. Louis Is Rising; Black St. Louis Is Being Razed / CityLab / August 20, 2019

No More Subtractive Urbanism in North City / nextSTL / February 4, 2019

Will the Convention Center Expansion Wall Off North City From Downtown? / nextSTL / October 29, 2018

A Letter From St. Louis / Disegno / Fall 2018

The Return of Dollar Houses / nextSTL / September 18, 2018

St. Louis, According to a Historian From the Future / CityLab / September 7, 2018

Demolition in St. Louis: A Mid-Year Review / nextSTL / July 18, 2018

New Mind McKee, Start Empowering Impacted Communities / nextSTL / June 20, 2018

Trolley vs. Bikes / St. Louis Post-Dispatch / May 30, 2018

Aldermen Can End the Exemption to Vacant Building Ordinance / nextSTL / March 8, 2018

Laughing at the Slay Balls / nextSTL / January 3, 2018

A New Tower Without Government Interference / nextSTL / December 20, 2017

Why Preservation Law Can Make A New Downtown Tower A Better Building / nextSTL / December 15, 2017

A New Kind of Monument: The Clemens House Ruin / nextSTL / December 4, 2017

The Tangle of Distributing Community Benefits / nextSTL / November 13, 2017

Depends on Which Window Is Broken / nextSTL / September 28, 2017

Confederate Memorial Belongs to History of Jim Crow, Not Civil War / St. Louis Post-Dispatch / June 13, 2017

Resistance in St. Louis: Lessons From the Past / St. Louis American / April 6, 2017

Washington Park Cemetery: From Hallowed to Hollowed Ground (Interview) / Center for the Humanities / March 27, 2017

How Pruitt-Igoe Became a National Historic Landmark / Preservation Leadership Forum / November 30, 2016

The Spaces of Gentrification / Miami Rail/Temporary Art Review / [dual publication] October 5, 2016

Is There a City Without Empathy? / nextSTL / June 1, 2016

Preservation and the North Side / St. Louis American / March 24, 2016

Laurencia Strauss: The Forgetting and the Remembering of the Air / All the Art / Winter 2015

Utopia or Oblivion: Erasing Kiener Plaza / nextSTL / December 11, 2015

Melissa Click and the Forgotten Freedom / St. Louis American / December 3, 2015

Driving By South Grand: New Buildings Miss the Mark / nextSTL / April 15, 2015

Mid-Century Modernism, Race and Equality: Two St. Louis Landmarks / nextSTL / February 16, 2015).

The Makings of Us: Movie Theaters, Neighborhoods and Community / nextSTL / February 11, 2015

Between Sunshine and Realism: Making Sense of the North St. Louis NGA Proposal / nextSTL / December 9, 2014

Is the National Register of Historic Places Helping or Hindering Legacy City Preservation? / Preservation Leadership Forum Blog / October 24, 2014

Reckonings: Ferguson and the Politics of Site Definition / American Culture Studies Program Digital Platform, Washington University in St. Louis / October 2014; with Heidi Aronson Kolk

Mel Chin’s Art Beckons the Changers of Cities / Next City / October 22, 2014

The City Body At War With Itself: Street Blockages in St. Louis / nextSTL / October 16, 2014

Can We Preserve the Ferguson QuikTrip? / nextSTL / September 2, 2014; with Heidi Aronson Kolk

The Invisible St. Louis Is Now in Plain Sight / Next City / August 20, 2014

Feds vs. Developer vs. History: What’s Best for a Former St. Louis Housing Project Site? / Next City / July 16, 2014

Nowhere City at Vandeventer and Forest Park / nextSTL / July 11, 2014

No, Historic Preservation Does Not Inhibit Urban Growth / Next City / June 26, 2014

Seeing the Future: A Visual Narrative for Building Preservation / nextSTL / April 21, 2014

The Pro-Development, Anti-Historic Preservationist: How the Business of Saving Buildings Is Changing / Next City / April 7, 2014

Why We Need the Federal Historic Tax Credit / Next City / March 18, 2014

That Interval of Neglect: Undwelling on St. Louis Avenue / Temporary Art Review / March 3, 2014

Valentines for Vacants / Next City / February 14, 2014

Why Save the Lewis and Clark Branch Library? / St. Louis American / February 13, 2014

MLK Spoke Here: Finding Traces of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Louis / St. Louis American / January 16, 2014

Salvage City and the Rust Belt Frontier Myth / Next City / December 31, 2013

The Dallas Where JFK Died Is No More, and a Movement to Tear Down a Highway Is the Evidence / Next City / November 22, 2013

The Plight of America’s Colosseum / Next City / November 12, 2013

St. Louis’ Invisible Monument: Mill Creek Valley / Sculpture City Journal / October 22, 2013

Prentice Hospital Could Become Modernism’s “Penn Station Moment” / Next City / October 15, 2013

Paul McKee’s Vision for North St. Louis Is Actually a Big, Powerful Land Bank / Next City / October 3, 2013

The Sisyphean Footsteps of Northside Regeneration / nextSTL / September 12, 2013

The real cost of demolishing Cupples 7 / St. Louis Beacon / May 13, 2013

A Room Without A View? / Temporary Art Review / May 8, 2013

Starbucks in a Flying Saucer: STL Preservationists Embrace Modernism / Next American City / October 4, 2012

City taking the lead on preserving mid-century modern architecture / St. Louis Beacon / April 10, 2012

2011 More Practice Than Preaching in Preservation / St. Louis Public Radio / December 24, 2011

Will SLU do the right thing with Pevely Dairy complex? / St. Louis Beacon / November 15, 2011

What Remains / Next American City / November 10, 2011

Analysis: An Overview of Demolition and Historic Preservation in St. Louis / St. Louis Beacon / July 1, 2011

Seeing St. Louis in the Work of Joe Jones / St. Louis Beacon / December 28, 2010

Congressional hearing spotlights moving from‘Team Four’ to North Side development / St. Louis American / March 12, 2008

Live At the Crystal Palace / 52nd City / October 2007

Bless This Mess / 52nd City / January 2007

We Lose More Than the Century Building / The Commonspace / December 2004

From 0 to 1776 / Omnitectural Forum / October 9, 2004

Beautiful Pipes: Reflections on Christina Shmigel’s The Logic of Attachment / CTheory / January 23, 2003

City Is Not Everywhere / Synthesis/Regeneration 29 / Fall 2002