…new glossy magazine titled The Phoenix. Its final print edition was distributed on March 15, 2013 and the final edition was published online]}** a week later on March 22, 2013.


…turned it into WFNX—a sonic manifestation of The Boston Phoenix. The WFNX audience was initially restricted to downtown Boston and portions of the North Shore due to Federal Communications Commission

Archived Websites

…material that has been published since the inception of The Phoenix website in 1994. New link:*/ New link:*/ http://stuffboston*]}*.com New link:*]}*.com/ New link:

http://www Content

…to access the most recently captured version of the content, click the most recent “snapshot” date on the calendar (dates on which the content was captured are marked with blue…

Citing the Collection

…S. “Elizabeth Warren’s New Chapter: Going for Broke.” The Boston Phoenix, January, 11, 2012 Phoenix Media/Communications Websites. (Z16-033) University Libraries Archives and Special Collections Department Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts….

Phoenix Beginnings

…advertisements to Mindich at BAD. On August 1, 1972 the first edition of The Boston Phoenix was published, and the former name, Boston After Dark, was used for the paper’s…

Donation to NU

…the library works on the complex digitizing strategy, the archives will be made available to the public.” The Boston Phoenix not only reported on the news, it made the news….

Stephen M. Mindich

on March 15, 2013, and the last edition was published online]}** on March 22, 2013. In a statement, Mindich attributed the closure to radical changes in print media and advertising

Phoenix Alumni

…still access and link your online]}** material through the Internet Archive’s WayBack Machine. To do so, you’ll need to use the WayBack Machine to generate a stable URL. Follow the

Archives & Special Collections

…for the Phoenix Media/Communications Group’s online]}**, audio-visual and paper archives was an extremely easy one to make. Although out-of-scope, the Phoenix’s focus on local politics, underground or alternative causes, arts