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Eight rejected blogs for City Weekly’s upcoming Website revamp

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8. “Fulton’s Fobia Files”: Editor Ben Fulton ruminates on new diseases, identity-theft threats and lawsuits gunning for him (updated hourly).


7. “My Big Fat Greek Blog”: John Saltas’ spotlight on non-Greek City Weekly employees: “So how did you get hired?nn

6. “Cut It!”: Art Director Susan Kruithof’s rant on long-winded writers who have no damned appreciation for aesthetics.


5. “Yeah, Sorry”: Music writer Jamie Gadette’s apology blog for cool concerts and venues she’s championed that are ultimately canceled and/or condemned.


4. “No Comment”: By Publisher Jim Rizzi. If he has anything to say, he’ll call you.


3. “News Hole”: Reporter Ted McDonough on stories he could have written better than Shane Johnson.


2. “No, You’re a News Hole”: Reporter Shane Johnson on stories he could have written better than Ted McDonough.


1. Anything by Bill Frost. Seriously. Enough is enough.

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