In California, the work I was most proud of came in the form of magazines, rather than newspaper pages. My good pal, Tiffany Grandstaff, and I launched these quarterly magazines from scratch. And while the first one was a little rough, they got much better.
Sports-themed issues were a bit predictable in content, but we spread our wings a little more in commissioning smart and unexpected writing for Eat, the food magazine that I also edited; beautiful photography for Eureka, which celebrated life in California; and did attempt to push the envelope a bit with Play Ball, the baseball preview issue published after we'd worked out some initial kinks.
There are a few pages on this site from these publications, but they're best viewed as a whole. You can flip through several issues by clicking here.