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Citizen Journalists: Tar Balls on NE Florida Beach

Crescent Beach, in the Northeast corner of Florida, is littered with tar. It’s shocking to see the pliable, gummy substance up close. The folks in this YouTube video don’t know whether it’s from the oil spill in the Gulf, but are dismayed nonetheless.

What an environmental disaster. Meanwhile, Tony Hayward, perhaps the savviest PR guy around, parties on with an unknown woman in Texas.

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» "Pinays," AGNI, Spring 2016
» "Dandy," Post Road, Spring 2015
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» "Babies," Joyland, August 2011
» "Nicolette and Maribel," BostonNow, May 2007
» "The Rice Bowl," Memorious, March 2005
» "The Rules of the Game," Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images (Coffee House Press, June 2003)
» "Deaf Mute," Growing Up Filipino (Philippine American Literary House, April 2003)
» "Good Men ," Genre, April 2003
» "The Foley Artist," Drunken Boat, April 2002
» "Squatters," Take Out: Queer Writing from Asian Pacific America (Asian Am. Writers' Workshop, 2001)
» "Deaf Mute," The North American Review, Jan 2001
» "The First Lady of Our Filipino Nation," The Boston Phoenix, 1999
» "Paper Route," Flyway Literary Review, 1996
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