Just behind Mumbai’s glittering international airport terminal stretches a teeming borough called Andheri East. A patchwork of tin, tarpaulin, and glass, it’s a blend of shantytowns and working-class neighborhoods—and home to millions who have arrived, over decades, in India’s city of dreams. It’s also where a young boy named Vivian
Nanci Griffith, the Grammy-winning folk and country songwriter whose popular recordings include “Love at the Five and Dime,” “Once in a Very Blue Moon,” and “Outbound Plane,” died Friday, her manager confirmed to Rolling Stone. No cause of death was given. She was 68.
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