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An American In Paris, Terrorized By San Bernadino

December 3, 2015
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An American In Paris, Terrorized By San Bernadino

By Liz Garrigan, WORLDCRUNCH PARIS — Two nights ago, there were sounds outside our apartment window that I was convinced were gunfire. It was 9 p.m., and my husband was 30 minutes late getting home. I sent a breathless text message right away, imagining him on the sidewalk with bullet holes through his chest....

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What Paris Has Lost, Reflections Of An Expat Mom

January 10, 2015
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What Paris Has Lost, Reflections Of An Expat Mom

By Liz Garrigan, WORLDCRUNCH PARIS — We moved here from Nashville four years ago, and just the other day I was telling someone how safe Paris is, how there’s a strong argument for staying here indefinitely because it’s such a secure place to raise...

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One Tough Broad

September 16, 2014
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One Tough Broad

Kirsten Gillibrand, Democratic Senator from New York, is only the sixth—the sixth—woman in history to give birth while serving in Congress. Which could help explain some of the anti-contraception nonsense that has gone on in our esteemed halls of power. Gillibrand once changed her...

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Sens. Corker and Alexander: the NRA’s Bitches

April 23, 2013
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Sens. Corker and Alexander: the NRA’s Bitches

By Liz Garrigan, NASHVILLE SCENE The relationship between the NRA and Sens. Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander is like a bad marriage. They fear a falling out could mean...

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Breakout Fiction

September 24, 2012
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Breakout Fiction

By Liz Garrigan, CHAPTER 16 J.R. Moehringer has always said he wanted to write a novel, and it’s fitting that his first is a work of historical fiction based...

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High Praise

June 1, 2012
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High Praise

By Liz Garrigan, HEMISPHERES MAGAZINE “Oh, you’ve got to check out that hair behind you,” says Sondra Radvanovsky, over sea bass at L’Avenue. The 'do is indeed a marvel,...

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