Nicole Kidman is in full scream queen mode! The Big Little Lies actress is on the cover of New York Time Magazine‘s Great Performers issue, out now. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Nicole Kidman In addition to gracing the cover, Nicole stars in one of the short horror films created by Floria Sigismondi [...]
A New York Times Magazine profile of Sean Hannity promised but failed to deliver just how unhinged and demagogic he has become of late. Instead of the angry-looking photos featured in the article, we got Hannity as something like a mischievous...Show More Summary
So sympathetic, it was practically a puff piece. Toward the end of his 8,000-word New York Times Magazine profile of Sean Hannity -- after touching on image-softening tidbits like how the Fox News host and talk radio host who was once...Show More Summary
Jay-Z candidly spoke about the issues he faced with Beyonce at the time that she released Lemonade. During an interview with New York Times‘ magazine, Jay-Z was asked, “Was it difficult to say: ‘I’m gonna talk about the problems in our marriage. I’m gonna talk about how we almost lost things.’ And for her to [...]
The New York Times Style Magazine just published an extensive interview between Jay-Z and Executive Editor Dean Baquet that was inspired by his new album 4:44, specifically the song “The Story of OJ,” and which touches on race in America, the new album as therapy, his marital problems and much more. Show More Summary
Sean Hannity is the second most wanted man on the takedown list of the anti-Trump Resistance. We know this because of the New York Times Magazine attempted takedown.
The best way to communicate with President Donald Trump is through the Fox News programs "Fox & Friends" and "Hannity," Newt Gingrich told The New York Times Magazine. Trump is known to be an avid cable news consumer, despite his claims...Show More Summary
After two years of college, Hannity and his sister moved to Rhode Island and opened a wallpaper and design business.
The New York Times Magazine profiles Emily Wilson, the first woman to translate the Odyssey into English. Her translation is one of our most eagerly anticipated for November. “One way of talking about Wilson’s translation of the “Odyssey”...Show More Summary
When The New York Times published an experimental kids’ section in its Sunday paper back in May, Caitlin Roper, The New York Times Magazine’s special projects editor, didn’t quite expect the scale of the reaction from the feature’s young readers. Dozens of kids (many via their parents) contacted her with emails thanking the Times for...
The New York Times Magazine profiled Emily Wilson, whose translation of The Odyssey is the first by a woman. The Quietus reconsidered Never Mind The Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols forty years after its release. WWNO interviewed authors Eileen Myles...
On 30 October 2017, Regnery published Edward Klein's latest book, All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump. Klein had been editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine in the eighties and is also author of a book, one of the most damning indictments against Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
The latest title from Edward Klein, the former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine and author of ‘Guilty As Sin,’ a book about Hillary Clinton, hit shelves on Monday. Read moreComments
Michael Erard (of whom LH has long been a fan, and whose first appearance here in 2003 also concerned Unicode) has written a typically well-informed piece for the New York Times Magazine, “How the Appetite for Emojis Complicates the Effort to Standardize the World’s Alphabets.” He leads off with a timely reference to an obscure […]
A lengthy, important article by Michael Erard recently appeared in the New York Times Magazine: "How the Appetite for Emojis Complicates the Effort to Standardize the World’s Alphabets: Do the volunteers behind Unicode, whose mission is to bring all human languages into the digital sphere, have enough bandwidth to deal with emojis too?" (10/18/17) The […]
The New York Times Magazine publishes a letter from a daughter, entitled “Should I Reveal That My Dad Pretended to Be a Vietnam Vet?“. The daughter tells the story of her father who had everyone in the family convinced that he was a wounded Vietnam veteran; I was with my father when he purchased a […]
The first big reveal in this week’s New York Times Magazine feature, “When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy,” is that the superstar of social psychology and inventor of the “power pose” has been reduced to hunching. She’s sitting in...Show More Summary
Last Wednesday, The New York Times Magazine carried a piece about the rising epidemic of anxiety in young people. I’ve witnessed it first hand. The article addresses “teenagers,” but it is true for those older, but still quite young. ...Show More Summary
We upgrade tools and gadgets to improve or simplify our lives. But in an eye-opening New York Times Magazine piece, editor Pamela Paul pointed out that constant newness and “feature clutter” can actually increase overwhelm. She went on to talk about how her intentional “downgrading” helped lend balance to her already sped-up life. Show More Summary
An anonymous reader got some candid advice after writing into the New York Times Magazine's advice column The Ethicist to ask how she could get her anti-vaxx friend to tell other parents and her kid's school about her decision. Kwame...Show More Summary