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Atlantic Media Re-launches CityLab.com, Emphasis on Mobile, Expanded Editorial - Posted June 2, 2014
The Atlantic recently announced the re-launch and expansion of its' former AtlanticCities.com site as CityLab.com, a re-envisioned destination with an eye toward mobile users first, as well as a responsive design and expanded editorial intended to wid... [TVSpy]

Atlantic Media Re-launches CityLab.com, Emphasis on Mobile, Expanded Editorial - Posted June 2, 2014
The Atlantic recently announced the re-launch and expansion of its' former AtlanticCities.com site as CityLab.com, a re-envisioned destination with an eye toward mobile users first, as well as a responsive design and expanded editorial intended to wid... [10,000 Words]

Atlantic Cities, Politico Mag Both Launch Year-Long Tech/Infrastructure Series - Posted February 4, 2014
It seems "urban reinvention" is all the rage these days. Both The Atlantic Cities and Politico Magazine announced separately today that they are launching year-long reporting projects to cover technological innovations in American cities. Atlantic Cities, a standalone site from Atlantic Media that focuses on innovation and urban issues, will la... [PRNewser]

Morning Chatter - Posted July 9, 2013
Anonymous Rant: "When will you note the obvious: that there is nothing remotely new or surprising in 'This Town?' Everything is exactly as it appears, ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted July 3, 2013
NOTHING SHORT OF WEINERLICIOUS: "Weiner draws crowd at 72nd and Broadway." And thi... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted April 22, 2013
Quotes of the Day Weekend understatement: "A Saturday free of news crises. #priceless" -- USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page. ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted August 6, 2012
Quotes of the Day Photo credit: Jonathan Ernst for NYT. Oh, what a concidence! "A photo of Jonathan Weisman interview [Sen.] Claire McCaskill [D-Mo.] alongside a ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted February 22, 2012
Quotes of the Day Journo distracted by noise "That thing when the protest outside your office gets so loud you can't concentrate. They even have a lute player?" -- The Atlantic's Sommer Mathis. ... [FishbowlDC]

Washingtonian's Mathis Heads to The Atlantic - Posted June 27, 2011
Well, that was fast. After jumping off the TBD Titantic for Washingtonian in early March, Sommer Mathis is making yet another leap for The Atlantic, where she has been named Editor of The Atlantic Cities.... [FishbowlDC]

Mathis to Washingtonian, Wescott to Politico - Posted March 4, 2011
It's the new in thing to announce job changes on Twitter. Earlier today Washingtonian Editor Garrett Graff announced the news that Sommer Mathis, formerly of the website formerly known as TBD, is moving over to Washingtonian. In other former TBD news, ... [PRNewser]

TBD Continues Up Front Correction Policy - Posted November 12, 2010
The TBD story by Kevin Robillard is about a controversial bar -- not a turtle. "The short, brilliant life of the Thirsty... [FishbowlDC]

Mediaite Writer Lives Near 'Goat' Park - Posted August 9, 2010
Mediaite's D.C.-area writer Michael Triplett had unusual things on his mind today as he published a column about TBD's goat ... [FishbowlDC]

DCist In Search of New Editor, Mathis Leaving for TBD - Posted May 20, 2010
Sommer Mathis is leaving DCist to take a position with TBD in June. Read her letter here. As you will see, she highly recommends her job: "This is hands down the greatest job I have ever had, and I'm positive whoever takes the reins after me will lov... [FishbowlDC]

WaPo Experiments With Local Blog Network - Posted April 22, 2010
Announced on Washingtonpost.com yesterday: "Introducing the Local Blog Network This week marks the start of an experiment with new content on All Opinions Are Local. A group of independent bloggers from around the region have agreed to come together in this space to share their thoughts and insights on important local... [FishbowlDC]

The Hill's Jeff Young Bids Farewell and Prepares for Bloomberg - Posted April 7, 2010
Scribes and friends gathered Tuesday night at Post Pub for The Hill's health care guru Jeff Young's going away party. A list of those who turned up last night: Young's brother, Tim, his girlfriend, ... [FishbowlDC]

Hottest Media Types: The Day After... - Posted August 6, 2008
Boy was yesterday exhausting. Less than 24 hours after we announced the nominations for FishbowlDC's Fourth Annual ... [FishbowlDC]

Jenny 8. Lee Fires Washington Up - Posted February 27, 2008
The NYT's Jenny 8. Lee (you know, her) recently blogged about WMATA's recent ad campaign that boasts about Washington's smaller rats (compared to New York City, presumably): Washington's system may be rat-free, but its subway map also has all the sophistication of Fisher Price.... [FishbowlDC]

DCist Turns Pro! - Posted May 7, 2007
It's a big day for DCist.com: Editor Sommer Mathis is now a professional blogger (meaning she can get rid of that pesky day job and devote herself to the blog full-time). Congrats to both Mathis and DCist generally, which continues to excel as a top-notch local blog. ... [FishbowlDC]

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