Meet the Voice
Eric Bond, publisher and senior editor
editorbond (at) takomavoice (dot) com
Eric Bond, a writer and multimedia journalist, has owned and operated the Takoma Voice since 1994. Bond is committed to providing a publication that engages the residents of Takoma Park with relevant and accurate news, features, and profiles. Democracy requires independent, factual reporting—and it has never been more necessary than in this age of misinformation and media fragmentation. Along with running the online Voice, Bond hosts Talk of Takoma a weekly magazine show on Takoma Radio.
Bill Brown, managing editor
billbrown (at) takomavoice (dot) com
Bill Brown moved to Takoma Park in 1982. He has been involved in journalism in one way or another since he co-published an underground high-school newspaper in the late 1960s. A longtime contributor to the Voice, he stepped up to an editorial position in fall 2012. He is, as needs arise, editor, reporter, photographer, and intern wrangler. He loves keeping the community informed.
Emory Luce Baldwin, LCMFT, writes the Ask Emory column. She is both a family therapist and a Certified Parent Educator with the Parent Encouragement Program (PEP). Her family therapy private practice in Silver Spring and Kensington helps families with children and adolescents grow well.
Gilbert is the pseudonym of a hard-bitten, hard-drinking, long-time Takoma Park resident who maintains the Granola Park blog. Gilbert and William L. Brown — Granola Park’s mild-mannered chief of staff, researcher, and drink pourer — have never been seen in the same place at the same time.
Diana Kohn writes the Tales of Takoma column. She is president of Historic Takoma, Inc., which is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the heritage of both Takoma Park, Md., and DC. Diana is co-author of Images of America: Takoma Park, a photo history of the town.
Seth Grimes is a former city councilmember and political activist. He writes the One Takoma column.