Joe Donnelly

Co-founder, Slake

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Los Angeles-based writer and editor; publisher, co-founder and co-editor of Slake; former editor of the LA Weekly

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LA’s a tough town to start a magazine in. Especially one focused on high art and culture. Remember Buzz, California, LA Style, Detour, or Venice?

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