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Kevin Allman

The Gambit — Editor

Bio: An average joe from the grand design.

Location: New Orleans

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Opinion and Editorial, Metro New Orleans

Celebrating Easter by using the neti pot. It's a nonstop carnival of excitement around this house, people.

Bill Adee

Chicago Tribune — Editor of Digital Media

Bio: Do Digital stuff for Tribune Publishing. This week: Chicago.

Location: iPhone: 41.998268,-88.879120

Beat: Metro Chicago

.@chicagotribune marked launch of @WGNTV in '48 with 32-page special section. chicagotribune.com/site/ct-wgn-tv…
In 1948, Tribune gets into TV for the long run
the last airborne pie made contact with its human target at 7:35 p.m. Tuesday." Unabashed silliness was key to Bozo's appeal. And not just to adults. Its youthful guests competed in carnival games, like

Dan Saltzstein

New York Times — Travel Section Editor

Bio: Editor at The New York Times Travel section. Written for Travel, Dining, A&L, Book Review. On Instagram @ dansaltzstein. Food, booze, NYC, Queens, movies, TV.

Location: Woodside, NY

Beats: Travel, Metro New York

If I ever had any interest in going to Coachella, this is why I no longer do. nyti.ms/1r435Mb
At Coachella, It’s a Guy Thing
Neon Carnival. “Back in 2008, 2009, fashion wasn’t, like, a Coachella thing,” said Mr. Collins, 27. “It’s evolved more into a Silverlake, Los Feliz hipster thing and now there’s the Brooklyn vibe

Mira Bar-Hillel

London Evening Standard — Property and Planning Correspondent

Bio: Israeli-born freelance writer about property/housing for the Evening Standard/Indy. Neither fear nor favour. Opinions are my own and tweets ENTIRELY personal.

Location: London

Beats: Business and Finance, United Kingdom, Real Estate

RT @HeathHome: "Designing a dream city is easy; rebuilding a living one takes imagination." Jane Jacobs, 1958 wp.me/p3QoU-1P2 via @F…
Downtown is for People (Fortune Classic, 1958)
like a carnival," he says, "more lights, more color." Focus No matter how interesting, raffish, or elegant downtown's streets may be, something else is needed: focal points. A focal point can be a

Ruaridh Nicoll

Guardian, The Observer — Editor, Observer Magazine

Bio: Editor of the Observer Magazine - @ObsMagazine - and author of White Male Heart and Wide Eyed.

Beat: United Kingdom

Danny Lyon's inside shots
younger photographers. Susan Meiselas once recalled meeting Lyon just after she had joined the famous Magnum photo-agency in 1976: "He greeted me by saying that he had just stolen my book, Carnival

Nick Cohen

The Observer — Columnist

Bio: I write for the Observer, Time, Spectator and Standpoint. Author of What's Left and You Can't Read This Book http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nick-Cohen/e/B0034NMILE

Location: London

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics, United Kingdom

"Ukip is not Little England. It is Militant England, and its march is unopposed." Very good piece from @rafaelbehr newstatesman.com/politics/2014/…
Welcome to Militant England
Englishness came to be a haven of self-identification for people who felt excluded from the New Labour carnival of modish urbanity precisely because Britishness had been appropriated to that cause. “That

Alex Barnett

Journalist

Bio: Journalist. Award winning producer. Latest project BBC's #WW1athome.

Location: London. Grew up further north.

Beat: United Kingdom

Danny Lyon's inside shots
younger photographers. Susan Meiselas once recalled meeting Lyon just after she had joined the famous Magnum photo-agency in 1976: "He greeted me by saying that he had just stolen my book, Carnival

Dennis Dimick

National Geographic — Executive Editor, Environment

Bio: Where human aspiration & planet collide: #Photography & #Environment Ed. @natgeomag. Mbr @sejorg @NPPA #AAAS Music: @ECM_Records http://instagram.com/ddimick

Location: Arlington, VA

Beats: U.S., Environment

Danny Lyon's inside shots
younger photographers. Susan Meiselas once recalled meeting Lyon just after she had joined the famous Magnum photo-agency in 1976: "He greeted me by saying that he had just stolen my book, Carnival

Xochitl Pena

Palm Springs Desert Sun — Reporter

Bio: I'm a reporter for The Desert Sun and http://MyDesert.com & cover the cities of Indian Wells and La Quinta and major events from Coachella to Palm Springs.

Location: Palm Springs, California

Beat: U.S. Regional

RT @DesertSun_Music: Last week, #Coachella was about the star power. This week, it's about the music bit.ly/1piLXVg http://t.co/ElV…
Coachella music festival all about the music
The second edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival launched Friday without the carnival sideshows or the anticipation of Weekend 1, as indicated by the speed with which the more than

Andrea Domanick

Las Vegas Sun — Arts and Entertainment Reporter

Bio: Reporter for @LasVegasSun. Vinyl enthusiast. Proponent of good grammar. Doesn't know how to ride a bike. Tell me things: andrea.domanick@lasvegassun.com.

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Metro Las Vegas

How Dangerous Is Coachella, Really?
demographic draw.A pair of deaths at last year’s Electric Zoo festival in New York prompted the city to shut down the gathering , while six fatalities have been tied to Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival
RT @ben_westhoff: Is Coachella more dangerous than other festivals? Excellent death toll analysis from @AndreaDomanick http://t.co/IGukLO3…
How Dangerous Is Coachella, Really?
demographic draw.A pair of deaths at last year’s Electric Zoo festival in New York prompted the city to shut down the gathering , while six fatalities have been tied to Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival

Ben Westhoff

Village Voice — Senior Music Editor

Bio: But way more fresher

Location: L.A.

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Metro Los Angeles

Is Coachella more dangerous than other festivals? Excellent death toll analysis from @AndreaDomanick laweekly.com/westcoastsound…
How Dangerous Is Coachella, Really?
demographic draw.A pair of deaths at last year’s Electric Zoo festival in New York prompted the city to shut down the gathering , while six fatalities have been tied to Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival

Jana Calkins

Fox 4 Kansas City — Managing Editor

Bio: Managing editor @fox4kc. Jayhawk Journalist who's pleased to tweet you. Farm girl at heart. Loving wife of 18 yrs. Mom to Thing 1 & Thing 2.

Location: Kansas, The Free State! ~ KC

Beat: U.S. Regional

The Importance of the Egg: Children and Easter
.” Mexican confetti eggs, called cascarones, which may have originally come from China, are common throughout Latin America. Used mostly in Mexico during Carnival, they became associated with Easter especially

Matt Keller

ABC7 News San Francisco — Reporter

Bio: ABC7 News reporter covering the South Bay

Location: San Francisco Bay Area

Beat: U.S. Regional

San Francisco's "Eggstravaganza" starts at 11am at Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park. Egg Hunts, Carnival Rides, Arts & Crafts & Food.

Amy Dempsey

Toronto Star — Reporter and Feature Writer

Bio: Displaced Maritimer. Reformed cat hater. Improviser. Journalist, Toronto Star. adempsey@thestar.ca

Location: Toronto, Canada

Beat: Canada

Big piece on Toronto comic @TheStaceyMcG & her NBC pilot in today's Globe. I appreciate her appreciation of Roseanne: theglobeandmail.com/arts/televisio…
Second City’s Stacey brings real-life to NBC pilot
veteran of the pilot-season carnival. “I don’t know her, but I imagine she was just going to be her, and that was what led NBC to decide that there’s no one else out there quite like her.” So, just being

Ian Dunt

Editor, Politics.co.uk

Bio: Editor of http://Politics.co.uk. Political editor of The Erotic Review. Does things on TV and radio. Eats with his mouth closed.

Location: London

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics, United Kingdom

'Little England is the retreat of the besieged' newstatesman.com/politics/2014/…
Welcome to Militant England
Englishness came to be a haven of self-identification for people who felt excluded from the New Labour carnival of modish urbanity precisely because Britishness had been appropriated to that cause. “That

Helen Lewis

New Statesman — Deputy Editor

Bio: Deputy editor, @NewStatesman. Deputy chair, @wij_uk. Chair, @nia_endingVAWG. helen@newstatesman.co.uk

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Opinion and Editorial, Politics, United Kingdom

Politics of the "left behind" RT @rafaelbehr: Something for the long weekend: my essay on Ukip and Militant England. tinyurl.com/mnt6567
Welcome to Militant England
Englishness came to be a haven of self-identification for people who felt excluded from the New Labour carnival of modish urbanity precisely because Britishness had been appropriated to that cause. “That

Rafael Behr

New Statesman — Political Editor

Bio: Political Editor, New Statesman

Location: London

Beats: Politics, United Kingdom

Something for the long weekend: my NS essay on Ukip and Militant England. tinyurl.com/mnt6567
Welcome to Militant England
Englishness came to be a haven of self-identification for people who felt excluded from the New Labour carnival of modish urbanity precisely because Britishness had been appropriated to that cause. “That

Danielle Isdale

Network Ten News — Senior Reporter

Bio: Network Correspondent

Beat: Australia

At first, I misread this as 'hipster' “@newscomauHQ: Abbott 'world's worst tipster': Tony's dad bit.ly/1ljk0GZ
Abbott 'world's worst tipster': Tony's dad
accompanied Mr Abbott's parents to day two of the rich new Championships carnival at Randwick. The prime minister was in an upbeat mood, saying his day had started well with a 55km bike ride. "And now I can I

Jane Ciabattari

NPR, Daily Beast — Contributor

Bio: Author Stealing the Fire [Dzanc rEprint], national book critics circle vp/online [president 2008-2011], daily beast, npr, bbc, boston globe

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Opinion and Editorial

RT @NewYorker: .@PGourevitch on Rwanda’s commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the genocide: nyr.kr/1oYGWRJ
Remembering the Genocide in Rwanda : The New Yorker
.’ ” Of course, the spirit of an expression is also tonal, and there’s a rhythmic punch to gutsembatsemba that caught the world-upside-down carnival energy of the Hutu Power enterprise. Sometimes, when a

Tim Steller

Columnist, Arizona Daily Star

Bio: Columnist, Arizona Daily Star I tweet & retweet for all kinds of reasons, so don't assume nothin

Location: Tucson, AZ

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, U.S. Regional

Behold this NYT sentence: " 'You know, it was a process,' he said of picking out his clothes for the festival..." nytimes.com/2014/04/20/fas…
At Coachella, It’s a Guy Thing
Neon Carnival. “Back in 2008, 2009, fashion wasn’t, like, a Coachella thing,” said Mr. Collins, 27. “It’s evolved more into a Silverlake, Los Feliz hipster thing and now there’s the Brooklyn vibe
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