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Bankruptcy Shmankruptcy: L.A. Times Wins Two Pulitzers

What's the fate of the L.A. Times? For now, it's a couple of Pulitzers.



In our newly released print magazine, which examines the urban environment through the lens of Los Angeles, David Greene explores the life, near death, and fate of the Los Angeles Times. The article asks what it means to be a local paper in the 21st century, looking both at the Times' history and its future.

For the time being, the Times is doing very well, exhibits A and B being the two Pulitzers it just received.

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There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum

A team of journalists and designers is producing a newspaper inside the New Museum. It explores concepts about local information and public space.

There's newspaper currently plastering the windows at the New Museum in New York City, but it's not papering over the preparations for an upcoming show—it's actually part of the exhibition inside. A new publication called the New City Reader is being produced as part of a show called The Last Newspaper, an exhibition that focuses on the way that artists interpret and remix the news. And an editorial team consisting of Joseph Grima, Kazys Varnelis, and Alan Rapp are working as artists-in-residence—or maybe journalists-in-residence?—inside the museum, to produce this weekly newspaper about public space.

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