Award-winning journalist Christopher Solomon has eaten blubber cut from a freshly-killed whale, been shot at by riot police in the WTO-crazed streets of Seattle, helicopter-skied from the back of a 200-foot mega-yacht, and chased sunken treasure within sight of New York’s Empire State Building. His ability to vividly sketch a scene and his passion for writing about passionate people, has led to frequent assignments from The New York Times, Outside, and Ski. His work has also appeared in the anthology Best American Travel Writing.
Christopher Solomon’s father instilled in him his own love of running. Eventually it became their common ground. So what do they do now when they can no longer run together?... Read More
Puppet waving lift attendants? Fishy-smelling snowflakes? Slopes as crammed as a New York subway platform? Double-check your helmet strap and hop aboard a chairlift with award-winn... Read More
Award-winning journalist Christopher Solomon goes inside the Army laboratory that’s pinching, prodding, dunking, bruising, and building the soldiers of tomorrow – and revolutio... Read More