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Eliza Krigman

Journalist

London, UK

Eliza Krigman

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An Afternoon of Countryside Curling? Sure, Why Not.

Having moved to London in the heart of winter—when the gray skies cast their eternally dull pallor on the city and it’s dark before the evening commute home—I leapt at an invite to spend a day in the British countryside, curling. Yes, curling, the Scottish sport that is something akin to shuffleboard on ice.
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A Surge of Excitement in an East London Neighborhood

De Beauvoir, a sleepy neighborhood straddling the East London boroughs of Hackney and Islington, was defined not so long ago by its stately Victorian architecture and space for weekend picnickers to sprawl on the verdant central square. But no more. De Beauvoir is booming, thanks to new public transportation and the gentrification unfolding in the eastern side of the city.
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About

Eliza Krigman

Eliza Krigman is an independent journalist based in London. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Marie Claire and the Los Angeles Times, among other leading publications. She has been a featured guest on both national radio and television. Before launching a career as an independent writer, she held staff positions at National Journal and Politico.

She grew up in Boston, MA and received her bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She can be reached at eliza@elizakrigman.com