Long Beach

In the District Weekly saga, freelancers are left unpaid

Greggory Moore writes at LBPost.com that he was the first and last copy editor at The District Weekly, and was steadily involved as a contributing writer for the last two years. "I am one of several now-former employees owed a substantial amount of money...and I am frustrated and sad and angry and hurt," he writes. The paper in Long Beach closed down last week.


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