The American Prospect has a new office mate: The American Conservative! The New York Times reports:
In need of cash and with extra space on its hands, the liberal magazine The American Prospect decided to sublet part of its Washington offices. The American Conservative, tired of working from Arlington, Va., was looking for a new location. When the publishers Jay Harris of The Prospect and Wick Allison of The Conservative were getting lunch in August, they put two and two together.
A six-month lease was soon signed. The self-described bastion of “traditional conservatism” moved in with the self-described “liberal, progressive, lefty” on Dec. 27.
TAC is a great magazine—I've been a reader for years—and we're glad to have them in the office. Here's looking to a happy partnership.