Maggie Shnayerson began her tenure at the Voice in January, long after media coverage of the alt-weekly had soured. The Dartmouth grad "has handled the less-than-placid situation with an aplomb that belies the fact that she is only 25," PR Web says. She originally wanted to be a reporter, but took a communications position at the New York Sun in 2003, which eventually led her to the Voice. Shnayerson seems unphased by the incessantly negative coverage of the post-merger Voice. "You're doing something right if people are shooting at you," she says.

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