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RIP: Plenty Magazine Is Actually Shutting Down Everything

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plenty_byeAs an update to an earlier article we posted during the week, Plenty Magazine is apparently disappearing off the map. Through Gawker, we originally heard that the environmental magazine was going to continue on through their web presence. However, now new information given to the Razz is pointing to a full-on liquidation. All staff is being let go without severance and the website is dying along with the print magazine.

We here at Ecorazzi are saddened to see this happen and hope everyone involved with what was a kick-ass publication find new work on the environmental scene soon. Until this is confirmed through an official announcement, please treat this information as rumor. But since our spy was just at their offices, we can pretty much bet that this is an unfortunate reality.

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