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The Atlantic heads south down the Seaboard, Alan Light pulls up Tracks, and more.
April 15, 2005
Would the last magazine leaving Boston please log out of Quark Copydesk? The Atlantic Monthly is leaving Beantown for Washington D.C. almost 150 years after its founding there, and almost six years after current owner David Bradley introduced himself to the magazine's staff as "the man who is not moving The Atlantic to Washington." Times change, however, and the magazine is packing up in order to cut costs. How many of the nearly 40 editorial staffers won't be making the trip? The first to go is managing editor Cullen Murphy, who will leave after a transition period. Other departing ...
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