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Seattle Paper Shifts Entirely to the Web

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Roger Oglesby, right, the publisher of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, announced that the newspaper will produce its last printed edition on Tuesday.

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FP’s photo essay on India’s slums

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I enjoyed this photo essay–titled India’s Real-World Slumdogs–on Foreign Policy’s Web site.

The photo to the left (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images) reminds me so much of my arrival to Mumbai in 2000. I documented my trip to Mumbai in an essay called Chai-Sky City— wish I would’ve had these photos to accompany it.

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Hot chicken! It hurts so good

A favorite pastime of mine is spreading the gospel of hot chicken, a Nashville phenomenon. This documentary short (Hot Chicken from Joe York on Vimeo) produced by the Southern Foodways Alliance is an excellent introduction to the greatest purveyor of them all: Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, 123 Ewing Dr., Nashville, TN 37207. Hmmm, wonder if they’re still open.


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Welcome to my portfolio

Hello lovely friends and employers. Welcome to my blog/portfolio site.

Happy Inauguration Eve, everyone.

Erin

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