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City Link Expected to Close, Sources Say

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According to numerous sources, past rumblings that the South Florida alt-weekly City Link is closing are finally becoming factual.

The 20-year-old arts and culture paper, currently published by the Sun-Sentinel, is expected to cease publication within the next couple of weeks, according to reporting by New Times blog the Pulp.

The paper has long provided strong music coverage, including recent stories about Jacuzzi Boys, Plains, and the Lake Worth gypsy punk scene.

Read Deirdra Funcheon's full report here.


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