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Restless Farewell?

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I've been offered an opportunity to work in the political realm that will prohibit me from blogging for awhile. I'm gonna take it - and thus I'm going to have to step down as editor of LAist for the forseeable future.

It's been great working with Marleigh, Phil, Adrienne (who will be taking over as a co-editor), and Jessica on starting this blog. I also want to thank everyone who has supported the site with tips, encouraging emails, and continued visits. And I need to mention Jake, Neil, and Jen for providing me with invaluable help in getting this effort off the ground.

Depending on how things go, I could be back at some point. Until then, look for me in the comments sections. A parting piece of advice: Keep reading LAist! (And keep your eyes peeled for the forthcoming LAist Interview.)