Interviews

August 16, 2017

Behind Devil’s Rock

When Dan Freeman, a native Liberian, moved from his small hometown to attend school at the prestigious Cape Palmus High School in Harper City, little did […]
August 19, 2017

Cervical spinal cord injury after thoracic spinal instrumentation: a case series.

We present a case series of cervical spinal cord injury with incomplete neurological manifestation after thoracic spinal instrumentation in adolescents with scoliosis. This is a rarely […]
August 16, 2017

Loran Blank

East Coast’s famed orthopedic surgeon, Dr. George Tolbin, is undeniably executed. But neither DC police nor investigative reporter, Lisa Rawlings, has leads—until she discovers three other […]

Writer’s bio


Dr. Youlo was born in Liberia, West Africa, in a small town called Pleebo. When he was just thirteen years old, a civil war that would displace and kill thousands, including his friends and relative, broke out in his native country. Just a teenager, he fled home, alone, and spent several years moving from refugee camp to refugee camp in neighboring Ivory Coast and Ghana. His gripping and yet heartwarming story is documented in his memoir, The Boy from Pleebo .