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Starting Next Month, Neo Classical Will Have A New Home

It has been six wonderful years at The Partial Observer.

by Holly Mulcahy
September 6, 2010

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Starting Next Month, Neo Classical Will Have A New Home

For more than six years, Neo Classical has been a part of The Partial Observer. Founder and Editor, Mark D. Johnson, has done a remarkable job at bringing a wonderful array of content to readers and we've been honored to be a part of it. Since taking over in 2007, I've been proud to be a part of this community but the time has come to move the column over to Inside The Arts.

For you, the reader, this doesn't have much impact other than some new URL's and RSS feeds. For the folks managing the behind-the-scenes stuff, they'll be busy this month moving everything over to my new home. At the same time, Neo Classical's articles will remain archived at The Partial Observer for as long as possible with a notice informing everyone of the new web address.
You can take a look at how the new site is coming along by visiting http://www.insidethearts.com/neoclassical. I have a number of updates planned and I'm even thinking about changing the name of the column but rest assured, the first Monday of each month publication schedule and editorial content will remain the same. So let me know what you think about the move and if you have any ideas about features at the new site or what I should about.
Don't forget to update your bookmarks and RSS feeds!

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