Excellent. Contradictory at times? That's the truth of the matter, and that's life, especially as a journalist.
Right on, s! Websites are part of the media scene, and anyone who doesn't see that is blind. But I don't think anyone is suggesting that Project Q is stepping into SoVo's shoes, and I submit we wouldn't want them to.
it's a totally different animal. I for one love their mix of news and entertainment that isn't staid or boring, making me laugh sometimes and think harder sometimes.
It may well have a male perspective, but also includes lesbian and trans posts, which actually surprised me at first but pleases me in the end. Project Q was here before Southern Voice went down, and I think they'll be a relevant voice alongside whatever else comes in next.
Besides the Ed Scruggs obituary, Project Q Atlanta also covered the Chamblee decision right after it happened, as well as Bell's campaign, election and inauguration. They're not a newspaper, and we should have one, but they are a great source.
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