I was born in America, but my parents come from Trinidad. I am 17 years old. My hobbies are drawing and writing. There are six other people in my family: My mother Betty, my sisters Janelle and Petra, my brother Reynold, my father James and my little precious cute one year old niece Jandora, who's also Czerina's (Radio Rookie Producer's) godchild. I joined Radio Rookies for a reporter's experience. My sister Janelle was a Radio Rookie and encouraged me to join. So far, I've enjoyed my experience, and for the girls, I'm single.
Interesting Fact: I'm a very good rapper.
Michael Lewis talks about his interviews with President Obama, who he spoke with multiple times over six months—on Air Force One, in the Oval Office, and on the basketball court. Lewis’s article “Obama’s Way,” in the October issue of Vanity Fair, covers the president’s views of his life in the White House, the high price that comes with the job of being the president, his responsibilities, and his relationship with the news media.
Midwood Graduate Rookie Michael Lewis comments on the war in Iraq. He had opposed it all along -- until he saw something on TV that made him stop and think.
Michael Lewis, seventeen, is a second generation Trinidadian American who lives in Brooklyn with his parents, siblings, and niece. Michael has idolized his older brother, Junior, his entire life and has followed him into everything -- good and bad, but mostly bad.