David Dudley

David Dudley is a writer and editor who lives in Baltimore. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Daily Beast, and AARP The Magazine.


Why Baltimore is fighting for its life, again

A longtime local reflects on the raggedy pleasures of life in Charm City, aka Mobtown, and the tenacity of the people who live there.

Climate & Energy

‘Chasing Ice’ lets you watch the Arctic glaciers disappear before your eyes. Feel better?

A new documentary film follows an intrepid team of photographers as they set out to capture, and communicate, the awesome violence of climate change.


You’ll never eat crabs again: Barry Levinson’s eco-freakout ‘The Bay’

It’s the scariest movie ever made about tainted seafood -- and Levinson says it’s “85 percent real.”

Solar Power

Where the sun don’t shine: Solar Decathlon beams amid scandal and rain

The Department of Energy's annual eco-jamboree inspires fresh sun-powered designs on a budget.