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Tom Gogola

July 18, 2011 | Features
Bycatch 22

As a twisted consequence of overfishing regulations, commercial fishermen have no choice but to catch sea bass, flounder, monkfish, and tuna—and throw them dead back into the sea.

August 16, 1999 | Feature
Bird Droppings

Who is killing New York City's pigeons?

July 12, 1999 | Feature
God Said, "Ha!"

Tom McGuinness delivers a stand-up sermon.

December 7, 1998 | Feature
Activism: On the Waterfront

Willie Studioso is fighting to turn a neglected Brooklyn pier into a contender.

March 9, 1998 | Feature
Last Fish in the Sea

Chefs shun swordfish: Will they turn up their noses at tilefish?

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