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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

This Week's Issue: Seven Days' First Cartoon Issue

Posted By on Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 2:53 PM

Notice anything different about Seven Days' print edition this week? There are a lot fewer words — and a lot more cartoons.

This week, we decided to give our keyboards a rest and tell stories in graphic form. As co-editor Pamela Polston explains, we weren't quite sure how to do an all-cartoon issue at first. But we figured it out along the way, and we think the results are pretty fantastic (thanks mostly to the excellent cartoonists.)

This is an issue you'll want to pick up in print. But if you can only read it online, here's what's in news:


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Andy Bromage

Andy Bromage

Andy Bromage was a Seven Days staff writer from 2009-2012, and the news editor from 2012-2013.

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