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Tue April 29, 2014
The Seacoast's Free Arts And Culture Paper Closes Down
The Wire, a free arts and culture paper that served the Seacoast for 10 years, has shut its doors.
According to an announcement published on The Wire’s homepage on Tuesday, the paper delivered 4 million editions of their weekly paper before closing down this week.
The paper’s owners attribute their decision to “a mix of reasons both personal and professional.”