Robin Amer is the Reader's award-winning Deputy Editor. She is also is the creator of the podcast The City and the winner of WNYC's Podcast Accelerator competition.
Her work has been aired and published by Marketplace, WBEZ, WTTW, Detour, DNAinfo, and other outlets, and has been recognized by the Sidney Hillman Foundation, the James Beard Foundation, the Society for Professional Journalists, and the NABJ, among others.
Puccini’s opera returns to the Lyric, and so does its troubling Orientalism.
by Robin Amer | Dec 13, 2017
The Little Village shopping district reportedly generates more revenue than any other commercial corridor in the city save Michigan Avenue.
by Robin Amer | Jun 22, 2017
by Robin Amer | Jan 6, 2017
by Robin Amer | Jan 5, 2017
A federal appeals court revisits the suit of an Indiana teacher who says she was fired for being gay.
by Robin Amer | Nov 29, 2016
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