March 1, 2011

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“It’s not like we’re inventing something that has never been done before,” says the magazine’s new editor, Hugo Lindgren. “I just think it needed a little bit more of an improvisational, we-just-did-it-this-week kind of feeling,” Michael Calderone describes what’s in Lindgren’s first issue, including executive editor Bill Keller‘s debut column.

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