Press: Final Tribute

Time runs out for New Times

New Times has always been '60s going on '70s, a magazine born in the present decade but tailored for people who came of age during the last one, too old for Rolling Stone and too young for Commentary. For five years and 130 issues, the biweekly "feature news magazine," as New Times was subtitled, rushed into that demographic gap with a mix of eye-popping investigative reporting, idiosyncratic political analysis and scary environmental disclosures, all in a high-protein prose that virtually leaped off the page with youthful exuberance.

Times changed; New Times did not. Last week George A....

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