Garrett Graff, the 28-year-old blogging pioneer, has taken over as editor-in-chief at The Washingtonian. Stepping into the shoes of Jack Limpert, who held the reins at the magazine for an incredible 40 years, the young journalist comments that his new role is “partly a reflection of just how Washington is changing. The city right now is not just younger than it has been traditionally in the past, but much richer in terms of culture and arts and restaurants.”
Graff explains that he keeps in touch with this growing culture by staying out of the office. Sounds like a pretty sweet deal!
CBS features an interview with Graff on the series “Washington Unplugged, Under 40.”
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