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David Bradley, owner of The Atlantic, said there was 'no happy news' for Boston in the decision to relocate the magazine.
David Bradley, owner of The Atlantic, said there was "no happy news" for Boston in the decision to relocate the magazine. (Globe Photo / Carol T. Powers) Globe Photo / Carol T. Powers

Atlantic, 148-year institution, leaving city

Magazine of Twain, James, Howells heads to capital

By Mark Feeney and David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 15, 2005

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The Atlantic, one of America's most celebrated magazines and a Boston institution since 1857, announced yesterday it will move to its parent company's headquarters in Washington, D.C., next year as a cost-cutting measure. (Full article: 856 words)

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