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Hugo Lindgren Pokes Fun at Frank Rich Debut in New York

This week’s New York features the anticipated debut of Frank Rich. When Rich left The New York Times for the magazine, it was quite a loss for the paper. And then, more recently, New York appeared to be rubbing it in that he was now writing for them. So it’s good to see Hugo Lindgren, Editor-in-Chief of The New York Times Magazine, poking some fun at New York for its cover.

Lindgren tweeted this morning, “Hey @dixonanddixon [the guy behind the mag's design], why is Frank Rich’s name so small on the cover of @nymag? Shouldn’t it be bigger than the logo?”

A little rivalry is always a good thing.

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