From a story headlined, “Lucky Peach closing after it marinates for a while,” in today’s Washington Post:
The story’s lede:
Lucky Peach’s death, like the food magazine’s existence, was chaotic, original and unpredictable.
Later in the story:
Todd Kliman, a frequent contributor to magazines, said Lucky Peach was that rare periodical that let writers be writers, rather than the puppets of a dominant editor.