Sachin Shenolikar

Sachin Shenolikar

I am the Editorial Director of Branded Content at Guardian US. Previously, I was at Group SJR and Sports Illustrated Kids.

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Missouri city makes a big comeback from tornado devastation

In 2011, Joplin was hit by one of the deadliest tornados in US history. Thanks to on point rebuilding efforts, the city is now thriving.

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Weekend Wonders

An interactive featuring 53 roadtrips to quirky spots such as the Toilet Seat Art Museum and Museum of Bad Art.

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Childhood tragedy leads to a side hustler's inspiring community project

Guardian Labs US Side Hustle Contest winner Tiffany Yu is the founder of Diversability, an organization that seeks to unite and empower the disability community.

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Brooklyn Artist Designs a Striking Side Hustle

A feature on Alexandra Proba, a designer who creates one piece of digital art every day.

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The Accidental Developers of Airbnb

My feature on how online portals like Airbnb are helping to turn personal cabins and treehouses into tourist destinations.

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Making Sure Your Food-Focused Side Hustle is Well Done

Tips on how to get a food startup off the ground, featuring insight from Eleni's Cookies and Mighty Quinn's Barbecue.

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For Independent Bookstores and Record Shops, Creativity is Key

My piece on how the tougher retail environment has created a unique opportunity for indie music and book stores.

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Urban Farms Turn Food Deserts Into Green Spaces

My story on how urban farms are providing affordable, accessible whole foods to communities that otherwise can’t get them.

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Cracking the Mystery of the Peanut Allergy

I dug into why peanut allergies have become so prevalent over the past 20 years.

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Hacking Medicine to Fix Healthcare (Part 1)

I produced this two-part video series on how hackathons at MIT are helping to push innovation forward in healthcare.

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Can Artists Save Downtrodden Cities?

A profile of Write-a-House, which renovates foreclosed homes in Detroit and then gives them to artists for free.

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Houses That Rock

My feature story profiling two music industry dads who built recording studios in their homes.

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Higher Ground — Medical Marijuana's Effect on Employment Laws

Medical marijuana may be legal in your state, but testing positive for it can still get you fired.

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Can Big Data Help Contain an Ebola Outbreak?

New technology is helping to reduce this legwork for medical detectives by streamlining the process of containing diseases before they become epidemics.

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Is There a Limit to Moore's Law?

My interview with futurist R. Ray Wang about whether the pace of technological change will eventually outpace what humans can handle.