Arthur Magazine resurrected?

by Jason Gross

3 April 2007

 

Hopefully not a late-April Fool’s joke, it looks like Arthur Magazine is coming back again.  An e-mail from editor Jay Babcock says: “I bought (publisher) Laris (Kreslins)‘s 50 percent interest in the magazine thanks to the efforts of family and friends. Now I own 100% and am moving forward with all Arthur activities as quickly as possible. Apologies for the interruption in service.”

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