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Washington City Paper Bought by SouthComm, Inc.

And now, some very local news: Washington City Paper has been bought by SouthComm, Inc., the nation's second-largest publisher of alternative weeklies. Terms of the deal, including the purchase price, were not disclosed.
The paper was put up for sale publicly in March, along with two others that were part of Creative Loafing Inc., by Atalaya Capital Management, [...]

City Paper, Sister Papers Cut Pay, Staffing

Washington City Paper publisher Amy Austin announced today changes to staff operations at Creative Loafing, the company that owns the Chicago Reader, City Paper, and Creative Loafing Atlanta.
All employees at Creative Loafing's three publications, including City Paper, will receive 5 percent pay cuts. Austin said the reductions will "stabilize" the company.
Additionally, some employees' hours have been [...]

On the Matter of Dan Snyder’s Horns

One of the claims in the letter Washington Redskins general counsel David Donovan sent to Atalaya Capital Management, the hedge fund that controls the parent company of Washington City Paper, is that the cover story on Dan Snyder that we ran in November was anti-Semitic.
"How would you react if you were vilified by an anti-Semitic [...]

To Our Readers

In the past couple of days, we have received inquiries about a threat of litigation by Redskins owner Dan Snyder relating to a Nov. 19, 2010 article, “The Cranky Redskin Fan’s Guide to Dan Snyder,” by columnist Dave McKenna. While we did not hear directly from Snyder, Redskins General Counsel David Donovan complained about that [...]