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Dorothy M. Atkins considers herself many things. She's a professional storyteller, a teacher, a life-long learner, a writer, a self-diagnosed neurotic... But above all, she's an old-fashioned gumshoe reporter.
Atkins began her journalism career in 2010 at the Aspen Daily News in Aspen, Colo. Since, her reporting has taken her from a small town in Colorado where a community is fighting oil and gas companies from fracking in their backyard all the way to Miami Beach high-rises, where a corrupt condo association blocked the short sale of a condo. She's written pieces about athletes pushing the boundaries of ski competition, the impacts of failed child welfare policies in Miami and non-citizens fighting eviction in San Francisco's Mission District.
Born and raised in New York City, Will moved to Aspen with his family in 2007. He is currently attending The Cate School, a boarding school in Carpinteria, California. He is a self-proclaimed “music fanatic”, and listens to a wide array of genres, including independent and classic rock, ambient electronic music, electronica and hip hop. When not listening, and discovering new music, or writing history papers, Kahn can be found playing bass guitar with his band in Aspen and loves pick-up basketball games. He listens to artists such as Lou Reed, Radiohead, Moby and Massive Attack, and is always looking for new and exciting artists.