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What Happened To 'LA Weekly'? Well, It's Pretty Weird ...

A set of Orange County business types closed on the purchase pf the alt-weekly on Wednesday; the very same day, the entire editorial staff except one writer was laid off. The new guy in charge says he and the new owners are socially liberal libertarians and that the left-leaning editorial stance of the Weekly won't […]
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