Another Advertising Defeat

The Philadelphia Inquirer plans to cease publication of its
century-old Sunday magazine this summer because of the
still-sagging advertising market. The magazine will be replaced in
mid-July by an eight-page full-size feature section running most of
the magazine's standing columns, restaurant and food reviews and
other items. Of about 60 Sunday magazines published in the early
1980s only about a dozen remain, including those at The New York
Times and The Washington Post.