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The Washington Blade will return to newsstands Friday, nearly six months after its former parent company filed for bankruptcy and closed the paper last November.
Former staff members of the 40-year-old publication have produced a new print and online publication under the name DC Agenda. The new company was founded by Blade publisher Lynne Brown, editor Kevin Naff, sales executive Brian Pitts, and other former employees.
In March, DC Agenda announced the acquisition of all assets of the Blade from a bankruptcy court in Atlanta. The purchase included the Blade name and all copyrights and trademarks from the archives.
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