He has written for the Los Angeles Times magazine, Spin, Vibe, salon, Los Angeles and others.
Both Riki and Avigayel, who sat in the styling chair, were unemployed and spent a lot of time hanging out at Linda's salon.
A search at salon showed one story: a set-up piece about the “looming” trial.
His work appears regularly in the media, including on MSNBC, CSPAN, NPR, Fox Radio, USA Today, The New Yorker, and salon.
Her writing has appeared in The American Prospect, salon, The Nation, UTNE Reader, among many others.
She had only freed herself when her father and sister broke in from the salon, attracted apparently by the audible commotion.
The door of the countess's salon was but a few paces from the top of the stair.
In that respect, at any rate, both society and the press in Germany are as is the salon to the scullery, compared with ours.
The governess was keeping in the background at the other end of the salon.
Not content with this he repeated it with a terrified manner to everybody in the salon, and frightened all who listened to him.
1690s, "large room or apartment in a palace or great house," from French salon "reception room" (17c.), from Italian salone "large hall," from sala "hall," from a Germanic source (cf. Old English sele, Old Norse salr "hall," Old High German sal "hall, house," German Saal), from Proto-Germanic *salaz, from PIE *sel- (1) "human settlement" (cf. Old Church Slavonic selo "courtyard, village," Polish siolo, Russian selo "village," Lithuanian sala "village").
Sense of "reception room of a Parisian lady" is from 1810; meaning "gathering of fashionable people" first recorded 1888 (the woman who hosts one is a salonnière). Meaning "annual exhibition of contemporary paintings and sculpture in Paris" is from its originally being held in one of the salons of the Louvre. Meaning "establishment for hairdressing and beauty care" is from 1913.