Washington Post expands Sunday arts and pop culture coverage

Washington Post release
The paper says in a release that it’s creating separate Arts and Sunday Style sections, adding new features and columns and delivering feature sections on Saturday “to give busy readers more time to enjoy their Sunday paper.”

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  • Anonymous

    They’re spending all this money on culture, and they can’t bother to restore Book World to its longtime format?

  • Anonymous

    By cheering the return of swag at the Detroit auto show writers also reveal the fact that they appear to have no standards; therefore no credibility. The comments are written with insouciance, as if the writers do not even think about the impression they are creating among their peers, much less the general public. The tradition of auto-supplements in newspapers is a long-standing commercial success story. The by lined articles that accompany those advertising supplements are among the worst of pseudio-journalism; but one hopes the public recognizes the puff pieces for what they are. One might hope fior better from the writers in Detroit who work for the newsrooms.