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Cynic opinion editor takes on top job at local mag - 23 May 2014, 12:50 pm
Zach Despart, who wrote for the Cynic from 2009 to 2012, has worked for WCAX-TV in Burlington and continues to report for Middlebury’s Addison Independent. He’s been writing for Thread since 2012, said Ben Sarle, the magazine’s founder.
“I have no doubt that Zach will do a fantastic job as Thread’s editor,” Sarle said. “He’s been a trusted and talented part of the team for a long time.
“I’m stoked to see where he takes the publication.”
Despart said he hopes to continue producing in-depth features about issues that the Burlington audience cares about, as well as profiles of the creative people that give the city its identity.
“Burlington is a dynamic, beautiful city filled with so many talented people,” he said. “I want to continue to capture that.
“Ben’s poured a lot of hard work into the publication and cultivated a significant following in Burlington. I’m excited to keep Thread’s momentum going.”
Anyone with a story idea or an interest in contributing to Thread is encouraged to contact Despart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s a Wrap!17 Jul 2012, 3:05 pm
Well, it’s time I put a cap on this blog. The truth is that over the past few years, I’ve been changing quite a bit, and I do believe that blogging is in my future, but it will not be focused on the Capital Region now, as I have relocated out of the area.
Now, I’m not that far away, and I might revisit this blog at some point in the future. My gut feeling is that I will be re ...