The only constant is change

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I’m way too late to this party, but that’s ok. Here’s the old news:

The venerable Albuquerque Tribune published its last edition on Saturday, February 23.

Albuquerque’s afternoon paper had been around 86 years. Quite a run, actually.

I always liked the Trib, their comics were way better, at least back in the day. Plus, when I was home after school, but before my folks got home, I could dash out, read the comics, fold it back up right and all was good. I always got the morning Journal after it has been thoroughly read and smudged by both parents and siblings. Kind of a weird memory, I admit.

I found the writing style and layout of the Trib more accessible then the ABQJournal. I admit it was often the “light” news source, but it was my preference.

We may see it again in a different incarnation, but for now, it’s a story that goes quiet.

Goodbye, old friend. Sad to see you go the way of many other dailies that couldn’t make it work in this Internet era.

*sigh*

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  • Anonymous

    Hi Karen,
    I bumped into your blog yesterday as I was googling “started off swell” to see whether it could be said (I’m French) and google led me to your last post of 2007. I have read a few posts and I often found your writing very original and… well I just like it!
    Eléonore

  • Karen Fayeth

    Hi Eléonore! Thanks for the comment and for taking a look at my blog!

    Welcome!

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