The Frederick News-Post’s arts and culture publication, 72 Hours, is undergoing a redesign.
The layout will incorporate a cleaner look with more white space and art. There will be new columns, including an advice column and a music section, and the food review section is getting a new name.
Features editor Mallory Panuska, features reporter Kate Masters and page designer Katlynn Almansor join Frederick Uncut producer Heather Mongilio in the studio where they discussed the new design of the publication.
Masters also spoke about the first piece in a series looking at the arts scene in Frederick and some of the obstacles local artists face in creating art downtown. Her story will be the cover of the edition coming out Thursday.
Later, city editor Allen Etzler joins Mongilio in the studio to recap some of the news of the week, including a look at flood coverage, an partnership with local law enforcement and the FBI to catch sexual predators and the results of a point-in-time survey on homelessness.