Going inside the Biofreeze Performance Center inside Golden State’s new arena

The new Biofreeze Performance Center inside Golden State’s new home arena, the Chase Center, offers a player-first perspective. Experience it via my Forbes.com feature on the 35,000-square-foot practice and training facility.

My search for the perfect notebook ended at Write Notepads

I went on a search for the perfect reporter notebook and found exactly what I was looking for at Write Notepads. I wrote about the experience for Write. Take a look at what makes a perfect pad for me and how I work and why Write fit the bill.

Danner’s 40 years of Gore-Tex highlights company’s nearly 80 years of outdoor wear

Danner’s nearly 80 years of crafting leather boots includes 40 years of Gore-Tex, the first footwear maker to include the waterproofing material. Get to know the Danner brand and its place in Portland and beyond via my Forbes.com feature.

Go inside DeMarini’s Portland-area factory, birthplace of company bats

DeMarini has a singular position in the baseball bat landscape. Go inside the Portland-area factory where that position gets crafted. My feature on the brand and the factory for Baseball America.

Tampa Bay Super Bowl Committee logo sails into prominence

Get to know the design behind the Tampa Bay Super Bowl Committee logo, one of the only places left where cities can get creative with Super Bowl design. My feature for SportsLogos.net.

Guild Education links employers, employees and universities

Guild Education takes a unique approach to continuing education by linking employers, employees and universities to create a corporate benefit of education. My feature for The 74 Million.

Ralph Sampson enjoying resurgence of Puma basketball, his signature sneaker

Puma basketball is enjoying a resurgence both on and off the court. Learn how the signature series of Ralph Sampson has had success via my Forbes.com article.

Matt Rossetti: Architect of American tennis stadiums

The architecture of American tennis stadiums has largely rested on the design of Matt Rossetti. I spoke with the long-time architect — of not just tennis, of course — to discuss tennis stadium design trends of past, present and future. Learn more via my Forbes.com feature.