Eliza Truitt

Eliza Truitt, a former editor at Slate, now works as a wedding photographer in Seattle.

Weddings
June 11 2007 7:12 AMSay CheeseA defense of traditional wedding photography.
Shopping
Dec. 28 2001 1:51 PMNannyvisionCan the X10 camera really keep an eye on your babysitter?
Culturebox
Nov. 2 2001 11:21 AMThe Corrections Is All About Snobbery 
Summary Judgment
Oct. 22 2001 5:24 PMKing of the Castle 
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Sept. 18 2001 11:30 PMA Hardball for Softies
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Aug. 31 2001 11:30 PMNot Your Average Creep
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Aug. 11 2001 12:00 AMTossing Pies
Culturebox
July 6 2001 11:30 PMAthletes in SkirtsWhy don't women tennis players wear shorts?
Culturebox
July 3 2001 3:00 AMA Ghost World PreviewWhat do comic-book authors and teen-age girls have in common?  
Culturebox
June 20 2001 3:00 AMYou're Gonna Like ThisAmazon's latest, most brazen attempt to read your mind.
Culturebox
April 27 2001 3:00 AMReal Real EstateBless this house column. 
Summary Judgment
March 10 2001 12:00 AMHard Drinkin' De Niro
Culturebox
Feb. 14 2001 3:00 AMShort ListWatch an Oscar-nominated movie this very second. 
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Jan. 20 2001 12:00 AMWho's That Guy?
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Dec. 23 2000 12:30 AM 
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June 28 2002 5:17 PMThe critics' take on Mr. Deeds, etc.
Recycled
Dec. 26 2001 2:09 PMA selection of Slate's best stories from 2001.
Culturebox
Nov. 1 2001 5:34 PMFranzen Is the Victim 
Summary Judgment
Oct. 16 2001 11:30 PMHome Alone 4: The Nixon Years
Summary Judgment
Sept. 7 2001 11:30 PMMark Wahlberg's Hard Rock
Culturebox
Aug. 14 2001 3:00 AMOne Cheer for CheeringWhat's in a blurb? 
Culturebox
July 30 2001 9:30 PMApocalypse SoonBooksellers' biggest nightmare has already come true. 
Summary Judgment
July 6 2001 11:30 PM 
Shopping
June 27 2001 3:00 AMThere's the RubCan a massage cure your ills?
Summary Judgment
June 23 2001 12:00 AMDolittle Does Little for Critics
Culturebox
March 30 2001 3:00 AMHey Jack KerouacWhy did sales of On the Road explode?
Culturebox
Feb. 24 2001 2:00 AMCulturebox Rules: Dave Eggers vs. David KirkpatrickWho's right, the wounded memoirist or the exposed journalist?
Shopping
Feb. 13 2001 3:00 AMSacred CacaosDo people like cheap American chocolate better than expensive imports?
Summary Judgment
Dec. 29 2000 11:00 PMO Coen Brothers 
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Dec. 15 2000 11:30 PMMel Gibson in a Wonderbra

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