So while it’s understandable, it’s still a little odd that the alternative newsweekly has been so tight lipped about what did or didn’t happen when longtime Pitch publisher Joel Hornbostel bought the farm last week.
After all, when you live in a glass house is it unreasonable to expect at least a small measure of candor from a publication that demands it from others?
Apparently that’s the case.
Because about all we got on the subject from Pitch editor Scott Wilson was a bit of mumbo-jumbo about Jolting Joel resigning and a “statement” that Hornbostel shared with the Pitch and on his Facebook page.
A statement former Pitch editor CJ Janovy would have described as a “tap dance.”
You know the drill, thanks for 18 wonderful years, good times, great friends, change is never easy and Hornbostel’s gonna miss everyone and continue to watch the alt weekly grow and “prosper.”
Seriously, prosper? Continue reading