The Sun, a literate right wing broadsheet in New York, as opposed to the mouth-breathing right wing tabloidiot in Toronto, is closing it’s doors. “Again”.
The New York Sun is shutting down after running out of money, ending a six-year run in which the newspaper provided an alternative conservative voice in the city’s crowded media market.
Tuesday’s edition will be the paper’s last, newspaper spokesman Michael Moi said Monday. He declined to elaborate.
Editor Seth Lipsky had been scrambling to attract new investors for the paper, one that laid claim to a grand tradition by taking the name of the original New York Sun, a Pulitzer Prize-winning giant that published for more than a century before disappearing in a merger in 1950.