Dan Glaister

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Full name: Dan Glaister

Area of interest: US culture and society

Journals/Organisation: The Guardian

Email: dan.glaister@guardian.co.uk

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Website: Guardian.co / Dan Glaister

Blog: Comment is free...; the blog art & architecture

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Networks: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dan-glaister/9/974/322

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Current position/role: (former) Los Angeles correspondent

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  • Torch song - Like the huge star it is, the Olympic torch teased San Francisco and left too soon. We knew it was a non-conformist - 10th April 2008
  • Blowing empty bubbles - Super Tuesday: Voting irregularities in California have infuriated the Obama campaign, even as the state is declared for Clinton - 6th February 2008
  • Essay or poem? - US elections 2008: California's Democrats have endorsements for Obama ringing in their ears but the campaign will go on well beyond Super Tuesday - 3rd February 2008
  • Bad drugs, great sport - Last week's Tour de France action was exciting and dramatic - and the allegations of drug use can't diminish that memory - 28th July 2008
  • Marching on - The latest day of protest for immigrants' rights was a weaker echo of last year's turnout - 2nd May 2007
  • A Spector of his former self -The murder trial of music legend Phil Spector gets off to a crazy, crazy start - 28th April 2007
  • Never mind the soundtracks - Today's advertising jingles are the sound of yesterday's rebels selling out - 18th February 2007

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