Chris Erskine

LA Times columnist

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Chris Erskine has spent three decades working at the LA Times. He’ll continue as columnist there through May. He started as a copy editor for the LA newspaper.

Chris Erskine ends 30-year career at the LA Times, reflects on his candid columns

Chris Erskine has spent three decades working at the LA Times. He’ll continue as columnist there through May. He started as a copy editor for the LA newspaper.

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