This week on The Morning After, Jessie Kiefer and Jen Tullock are joined in the HRN shipping containers by Howard Chua-Eoan, the News Editor for Time Magazine and Time.com. Listen in for a gory installment of the “Front of House” segment, and submit your restaurant follies for upcoming episodes! Learn about Howard’s job at Time, and the dangers involved with reporting for such a large news source. Howard speaks to the differences between Time’s web and print content, and how journalism has changed since his start at the magazine in 1983. Howard prides himself on coverage of the Arab Spring, 9/11, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; what constitutes good journalism in the midst of tragedy? Howard talks about being a “regular” at NYC restaurants, and the culture surrounding it. Jessie and Jen wrap up this episode with “What’s on the Menu at Chardonnay’s?” This episode has been brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

“I like being a regular because you walk in and people know your name… I have no family in the city, and I live alone. When I walk into a restaurant, I feel like I’m at home.” [21:15] — Howard Chua-Eoan on The Morning After