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SALON Titling their article "Unembedded, unintimidated", Salon today announced the appointment of veteran journalist and ex-Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal to their new Washington D.C. bureau. "The country wants and needs unintimidated news," says Blumenthal. "The Bush administration has put enormous political pressure on the press not to probe its radical policies and their consequences. Salon intends to be fearless."

Former New York, and Spy, magazine editor-in-chief Kurt Andersen — whose work has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and Architectural Record, among other publications, and who was also co-founder of the lost and lamented — will return to New York magazine as a regular contributor, explaining his decision thusly: "I wrote occasionally at the The New York Times magazine for Adam Moss [who now edits New York magazine], and that was always a very pleasant experience. He called me last week and had this good idea and said, 'Wouldn’t it be fun to have you in my first issue?', and I agreed."

Posted by Raymond Tomlin at March 10, 2004 6:04 PM in Media


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