BOSTON (WHDH) - One of Boston’s most popular publications announced Thursday that it would be ceasing operations immediately.
After nearly 28 years in business, The Improper Bostonian will no longer be circulating its bi-weekly reports on area trends, entertainment and more, according to publisher Wendy Semonian Eppich.
“While this news might be surprising, the company has had a great run and we’re hopefully leaving this incredible city better and brighter since our inception,” Eppich said in a statement.
Eppich also extended a heartfelt thank you to the magazine’s ownership, partners, vendors, advertisers, and loyal readers.
“Thank you for picking us up every two weeks and putting us on your coffee tables—or in recent years, for also clicking on our website,” Eppich said. “It has been a pleasure to entertain, inspire, inform and amuse you.”
Mark Semonian founded the magazine in 1991.
No additional information was immediately available.
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