\u201cWhy are doughnut boxes pink? The answer could only come out of Southern California,\u201d Los Angeles TimesHow did pink boxes become an unmistakable hallmark of doughnuts in Los Angeles and beyond? Thrifty Southeast Asian immigrants who got into the doughnut business and found they could save a few cents per box. More than a story about doughnut packaging as a cultural phenomenon, this is a story about the contributions of immigrants to the doughnut industry and, in turn, our expanding waistlines. \u2014 Greta Kaul, data reporter\u201cDavid Beckham groups unveils new Miami Stadium plan,\u201d Miami HeraldRemember the concerns, and skepticism, when St. Paul's transportation plan for the Midway soccer stadium was a bit light on parking? And by "a bit" I mean relying heavily on light rail, bus rapid transit, regular buses, vans, carpools bikes and almost everything but private cars? This story by Douglas Hanks and Martin Vassolo in the Miami Herald describes how a proposed stadium for that city's MLS team would have no additional parking. And yeah, some people aren't happy. \u2014 Peter Callaghan, local government reporter\u201cIs It Possible to Resist Deportation in Trump\u2019s America?\u201d The New York Times MagazineThis piece is on Puente Arizona, an organization that represents undocumented immigrants, and how it has been adjusting its tactics in the Trump administration. It gives stories of what immigration advocates, including Puente, did during the Obama administration, the successes and failures then, and what has and hasn't changed. \u2014 Jonathan Stegall, user experience engineer\u201cMy Family\u2019s Slave,\u201d The AtlanticThis piece in The Atlantic has gotten a lot of attention \u2014 and a lot of criticism \u2014 which only makes it even more fascinating: Journalist Alex Tizon writes about a woman who raised him as he came of age in the United States. She wasn\u2019t a family member or a paid servant, but a slave who stayed with them for more than five decades. The story was also the author\u2019s last piece. Tizon died in March, a couple of weeks before the story was published. \u2014 Ibrahim Hirsi, workforce and immigration reporter.