Reporter

Bill Meincke

Los Angeles

Bill is a Los Angeles based reporter for The Click and SBNation’s Southsidesox.com. He is the co-host to the podcast The Big Blurt and a producer on The Story of Our Trauma – A podcast focused on the stories of those that have suffered from PTSD. He has written for LAXSportsNation.com covering the Los Angeles Kings and the iO Comedy Network focusing on current events with a comedic touch. Bill earned a B.A. in Arts and Media Management in his hometown, Chicago, at Columbia College and is currently pursuing his masters in American Journalism at New York University.

December 13, 2021

Yuca’s Commitment to LA Continues After Five Decades of Homemade Tacos and Burgers

(LOS ANGELES) — Cochinita pibil tacos: Yucatan style pork in a tortilla topped with a special salsa that contains onions, […]

November 29, 2021

Accusations Fly at City Hall Over Redistricting in LA

Accusations of secret meetings and planning were fired off at the Los Angeles City Council meeting. The agenda issues included redistricting.

November 25, 2021

Opinion: Rolling Stone Risks Rock Bottom With Anonymous Sources

By cooperating with the House investigators, the sources could protect themselves from the possibility of legal action having been in these planning meetings.  They separate themselves from the insurrectionists and those that tried to overturn the election.

November 20, 2021

Los Angeles’ Skylight Books Isn’t Writing Its Epilogue

Skylight Books has been a staple of the community since 1996 when it took over from the previous tenant, another bookstore named Chatterton’s. As you walk through the front door, you’re greeted by a tree in the middle of the store covering the skylight window on its wood- domed ceiling. Its branches drape over the mythology section.

October 29, 2021

Is Presenting a Solution for Climate Change Advocacy Journalism?

Advocacy journalism is necessary. When it comes to the public’s safety, advocacy journalism is the most important type of journalism there is.