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Sunset Shakes Things Up

Sunset magazine has made a few changes. Miranda Crowell has been named its new deputy editor. Crowell comes to Sunset from Martha Stewart Living, where she held the same position. According to The New York Post, at Sunset, Crowell will be overseeing garden, home and food coverage.

Kitty Morgan, Sunset’s new editor-in-chief, is still sorting everything else out. She is currently looking for a new creative director, after ousting Mia Damninato.

Christine Ryan, Sunset’s executive editor, is also out.

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