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April 13, 2009

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Lays Off Its Arts Critics

Among them:

Wendell Brock - theater critic
Cathy Fox - visual art critic
Sonia Murray - hip-hop reporter
Pierre Ruhe - arts critic
April 13, 2009 3:43 PM | | Comments (1)


Now that the AJC's arts writers have taken a buyout, who will write about music and culture in Atlanta? Writers at the cash-strapped Creative Loafing? The bosses at Sunday Paper, who laid off the paper's arts crtic more than a year ago?

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