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Eater Expands News Team

Eater has added one editor and promoted another. Below are the details.

  • Daniela Galarz joins Eater as news editor. Galarza comes to the site from LA Magazine, where she had served as deputy digest editor of the glossy’s dining section. She previously served as an associate editor at Eater LA for three years. At Eater, Galarza will lead the news desk, which includes Erin DeJesus and Khushbu Shah.
  • Paula Forbes has been promoted from deputy editor to reports editor, a new role at Eater. Forbes will now be overseeing Amy McKeever and Hillary Dixler.
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TIME Editor Explains Lack of Female Chefs

TIMEGodsofFoodEater associate editor Hillary Dixler has been on the TIME case.

After noticing that no female chefs adorn the international-edition cover of TIME‘s November 18 issue (Chris Christie is on the cover of the U.S. edition), she kept digging and found additionally that it was mostly men (9-to-4) on the “13 Gods of Food” list inside. Dixler followed her initial coverage with a refreshingly frank set of Q&A responses from the responsible editor, Howard Chua-Eoan. He makes no apologies for “The Gods of Food” cover or lack of women on a related chart:

“There was no attempt to exclude women. We just went with the basic realities of what was going on and who was being talked about…”

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