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My Economy

This musician's violin is the best partner she's ever had

by Liz Sanchez and Sean McHenry Jun 18, 2019
Aside from her spouse, that is.
For violinist Keiko Tokunaga, her instrument is more than just a tool for work. "It is a part of me," she says.
Arthur Moeller
My Economy

Affordable housing is her business model

by Bennett Purser Jun 11, 2019
How a first-generation homeowner became a landlord who focuses on reasonable rents.
As a real estate investor, Anna Taylor says she focuses on affordable rents for tenants.
Courtesy of Anna Taylor
My Economy

Combining art and advocacy into a new career

by Daniel Shin May 30, 2019
Born with a rare genetic illness, Ted Meyer makes and curates art shows for medical schools.
Ted Meyer, Artistic Patient Advocate.
Ben Hethcoat
My Economy

My economy: Life as a liveaboard in Southwest D.C.

by Robyn Edgar May 16, 2019
Darryl Madden’s life on a boat started as a simple solution for affordable housing. Now he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Darryl Madden, a full-time liveaboard boater, next to his 50-foot cruiser in Southwest D.C.
Robyn Edgar
My Economy

My Economy: How the Pine Ridge reservation regroups after floods

by Liz Sanchez and Sean McHenry May 13, 2019
A South Dakota tour business prepares for its busiest season in the wake of Midwestern flooding.
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota.
Tatanka Rez Tourz
My Economy

The bookbinder who specializes in repairing bibles

by Bennett Purser May 7, 2019
With the help of a national Christian bookstore, she built a business fixing bibles for its customers. Then it shut down all locations.
Bible pages in repair at Abrami Book Bindery
Courtesy of Rosemary Abrami
My Economy

My Economy: Dealing with trade uncertainty

by Daniel Shin and Sean McHenry May 6, 2019
Todd Adams just wants to see an end to trade and tariff volatility between the U.S. and China.
"I can’t say that we’ve shifted any more manufacturing back to the U.S. based on the tariff," said Todd Adams, president of stainless steel manufacturing company Sanitube, about last year's steel tariff. Above, a steel market in China in 2018.
AFP/Getty Images

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My Economy

Surviving Brexit, one seed at a time

by Marketplace Staff Apr 29, 2019
In response to anxieties, Paolo Arrigo of Franchi Seeds is selling Brexit "survival kits." They're a hit.
Paolo Arrigo is the director of Franchi Seeds.
Courtesy of the BBC
My Economy

From Ph.D. to freelance writer, trying to make it as a journalist

by Bennett Purser Apr 22, 2019
Jennifer Mabry earned the degrees but is still hoping to land the right job.
Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images
My Economy

When nightlife becomes your living

by Marketplace Staff Apr 15, 2019
For Gregory Alexander, co-founder of A Club Called Rhonda, it all started with his 21st birthday.
Gregory Alexander at a Rhonda event.
Michael Mendoza