Henry Grabar
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Henry Grabar is a staff writer for Slate’s Moneybox.

Sports
Oct. 17 2018 7:29 PMI Think Maybe This Is the Fastest Pitching Change I’ve Ever Seen in a Baseball Game
Metropolis
Oct. 12 2018 8:03 AMYes, I Wear Headphones While I Bike. I Have No Regrets.
Metropolis
Oct. 4 2018 8:30 AMLondon UndergroundThe city’s elites went to war over basements.
Metropolis
Oct. 1 2018 2:10 PMWhat Makes Rent “Affordable”?America’s standard metric compares rents to incomes. That doesn’t tell the whole story.
Metropolis
Sept. 25 2018 2:14 PMWhat YIMBYs Should Learn From New York’s Hasidic, Chinese, and Bangladeshi Enclaves
Metropolis
Sept. 18 2018 2:27 PMFor North Carolina, and for the Rest of Us, the Danger Is Rain
The Slatest
Sept. 15 2018 5:49 AMFlorence Crawls Through Carolinas Bringing “Catastrophic Flooding,” National Hurricane Center Says
Metropolis
Sept. 13 2018 4:11 PMHow Homebuilders Made North Carolina Vulnerable to Florence
Metropolis
Sept. 12 2018 4:57 AMHow Florence Could Hurt North CarolinaRain, as usual, poses the hidden threat.
Metropolis
Sept. 9 2018 8:03 PMUber Was RightThe scooter backlash vindicates Travis Kalanick’s early tactics.
Metropolis
Sept. 4 2018 11:35 AMA New Study Links Air Pollution With Alzheimer’sEPA regulations have helped reduce the amount of pollutants we breathe. Guess who’s threatening to undo them.
Metropolis
Aug. 30 2018 1:03 PMAnd the Waters Will PrevailWhat if Houston’s survival depends not just on withstanding a flood, but on giving in to it?
Metropolis
Aug. 16 2018 12:31 PMAn Encyclopedia of NeighborhoodsTrulia wants to catalog America’s neighborhoods. Sounds like a lot of work.
Metropolis
Aug. 15 2018 1:30 PMPipe Down, Cyclists—It’s Totally Fine for Nonbikers to Use the Bike Lane
Moneybox
Aug. 9 2018 4:02 PMNew York’s Uber Cap Is Good News for Basically Everyone
Metropolis
Oct. 17 2018 12:21 PMRent Control Is BackFor years, economists have argued that the protections harmed the tenants they were supposed to help. The evidence complicates the diagnosis.
Metropolis
Oct. 9 2018 7:05 PMAustralia Has a Plan to Keep Immigrants Out of Its Largest Cities
Moneybox
Oct. 1 2018 4:47 PMPrimera Air Abruptly Shuts Down, Leaving Thousands of Travelers Stranded
Moneybox
Sept. 26 2018 1:31 PMUber—Yes, That Uber—Says It’s Joining the War on Cars
Metropolis
Sept. 21 2018 1:50 PMThe Architect Who Wanted MoreThe weird, unpopular, and important ideas of Robert Venturi, the most influential architect of his generation.
Metropolis
Sept. 18 2018 5:50 AMBlack Space, White BlindnessWhy white Americans have such a hard time picturing a middle-class black neighborhood.
The Slatest
Sept. 14 2018 8:09 AMFlorence Makes Landfall Near Wilmington; 9 Feet of Storm Surge Reported in Places
Metropolis
Sept. 12 2018 2:57 PMMaryland’s Biggest County Responds to Full Schools by Halting New HousingThat’s backward.
Politics
Sept. 10 2018 7:19 PMIt’s Never Andrew Cuomo’s FaultNew York’s governor has mastered the fine art of pretending he’s not in charge.
Metropolis
Sept. 6 2018 11:50 AMAfter RahmThe Chicago mayor’s decision to step down has opened the floodgates for the unenviable job of replacing him.
Metropolis
Sept. 3 2018 11:02 AMRio on FireMillions of treasures from Brazil’s past went up in flames. The country’s future is at risk, too.
Moneybox
Aug. 17 2018 4:10 PMMore Evidence That California Is Deteriorating Into a Feudal Society of Inherited Land Wealth
Moneybox
Aug. 15 2018 1:32 PMIf You Build It, Will They Sponsor?How Salesforce wound up naming a San Francisco landmark.
Metropolis
Aug. 13 2018 7:33 PMBen Carson Ends Obama-Era Efforts to Reduce Housing SegregationBack to the drawing board after quashing a signature Obama achievement.
Moneybox
Aug. 8 2018 1:59 PMThe Trump Administration Is Not Bringing Back AsbestosAnd couldn’t, even if it wanted to.

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