Jared is a staff reporter for the Jewish Journal. Raised in North Potomac, MD, a sleepy suburb 30 minutes outside Washington D.C., Jared attended Tulane University in America's second greatest city, New Orleans. Most Things Considered will consist of thoughts, theories and witticisms on culture, politics, life, high finance, sibling rivalries, coups, geothermal energy, food, and the daily hilarities involved in living in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Pico-Robertson. Follow him on Twitter @TheSichel
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