Fire up your Peaches & Herb album because Hugo Lindgren and Adam Sternbergh are reunited and it feels so good. That’s the latest news from The Observer which is reporting that Sternbergh has left his post as editor-at-large at New York magazine to fill the culture editor spot at Lindgren’s New York Times Magazine. Lindgren and Sternbergh previously worked together at New York and were colleagues up until January 2010 when Lindgren left for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
Lindgren, who was named editor at NYT magazine in September, is glad to have the opportunity to work with Sternbergh again:
Adam’s got really good, broad taste and a lot of enthusiasm for a wide range of cultural subjects. He has a great sense of humor and a light touch — just the kind of person you’d want to see in the office in the morning.
Sternbergh’s role in the culture section will be further defined once the magazine rolls out their redesign at the end of February.
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