Glossy, dining-focused print magazine Food Arts is calling it quits after 25 years.

Food Arts left this goodbye note on Facebook:

It is with great sadness that, after 25 years, we announce the closing of Food Arts magazine. We have loved working with everyone in the food industry—our writers, photographers, chefs, restaurateurs, hoteliers, and everyone else we’ve raised a glass with along the way. Thank you for all of your loyalty and support throughout the years. We wish you all the very best. Keep the kitchen fires burning!

Let’s all take a moment and contemplate the unfortunate death of the IRL magazine.


Here’s some more stuff we found on the Internet today:

This is why the ladies of ISIS like Nutella. [NY Mag]

Sorry hipsters, that organic kale is genetically modified. [Smithsonian Mag]

Half a million counterfeit bottles of the prized red wine? Uh oh. [The Guardian]

This is what dumpling paradise looks like (in NYC). [Grub Street]