U.S. West Coast Correspondent, The Economist
US west coast correspondent, the Economist; music lover; Angeleno; transplanted Londoner.
lamag.com — In the months since he declared his candidacy for mayor, Los Angeles City Councilman Eric Garcetti has been called plenty of names-like youngish, smart, and as polished as they come. He's answered tough questions about how he'd curb runaway production, create jobs, and work with small business owners to make it easier to open up shop in L.A.
online.wsj.com — The Domestic Names Committee of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names doesn't like apostrophes. Visitors to Harpers Ferry or Pikes Peak might not realize it, but anyone aspiring to name a ridge or a swamp after a local hero will soon find out.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters The former French finance minister, who has battled a blizzard of lurid allegations over his private life since the 2011 scandal, was a guest speaker at the opening of the National Credit Bank in South Sudan's capital, Juba.
economist.com — TIM DYHR scrambles atop a mound of land in the lonely Nevada desert. "That's where the pit mine will be," he says, pointing towards a bland expanse of scrub. Turning his gaze to an area of desert indistinguishable from the first, he identifies the site for waste storage.
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