As Koenig reveals in an interview for The New York Times magazine out today, she has no idea. And that's the point.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells The New York Times Magazine about his once hot, now quite cold relationship with MSNBC, and in particular, with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of “Morning Joe,” where Christie was once aShow More Summary
Gov. Chris Christie weighs in on a New York Times Magazine cover depicting him posing for a selfie with a frightened-looking baby.
As everyone who plays even the smallest part in modern society on earth is painfully aware, Disney's Frozen has made more money than has even been invented yet, both in box office and branding. From the New York Times Magazine:Disney...Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine has a piece on the current problems with drug discovery. I was interviewed by the author, and get I quoted at one point. Nothing in the article will amaze any regular reader here, but it's probably the first...Show More Summary
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round features The New York Times Magazine taking on V. For its Innovations issue, the Times Mag went with a crumpled piece of paper with “In praise of Failure” written on it. Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine profiled 86-year-old super-skeptic James Randi yesterday. It's a good read. Here are a dozen things I learned.1. Randi started his career working Toronto nightclubs as Randall Zwinge (his real name), an entertainer...Show More Summary
Photo by Kathy Ryan via Architectural Digest Since 2012, New York Times Magazine photo editor Kathy Ryan has been showing off the paper's Renzo Piano-designed New York office using a pretty surprising medium for someone who works at the paper...
It’s Friday, almost the weekend, and therefore, time to gather up your reading list…everything you saw this week but didn’t have time to actually read. This week, FishbowlDC presents the latest issue of New York Times Magazine and its...Show More Summary
In the interminable hours, days and months of his Syrian torture and captivity, journalist Theo Padnos hoped and prayed that he would one day report again. For readers of the New York Times Magazine, that miraculous moment has arrived,...Show More Summary
John Heilemann and Mark Halperin of Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect” sat down with The New York Times Magazine‘s David Carr about the midterm elections, Michael Bloomberg and the divided political ecosystem. Heilemann and Halperin...Show More Summary
Yesterday, the New York Times Magazine carried this advertisement: It’s from the University of California’s new Global Food Initiative: “Helping the world feed itself sufficiently and nutritionally—that’s the power of public.” I’m proud to be a graduate of UC Berkeley, a public university that provided me with an education—from undergraduate through doctoral—that was, at the […]
C rispin Argento experienced every entrepreneur's dream and nightmare in quick succession. Thanks to a splash of publicity in The New York Times Magazine his bow tie company received two $15,000 orders. That was the dream. The nightmare? The orders came so fast he had to return one of the checks. Show More Summary
Last Sunday’s New York Times Magazine food issue dealt with such matters as what kids around the world eat for breakfast, and what happens when second graders are treated to a seven-course, $220 tasting meal. But it also carried a major investigative piece by political reporter Nicholas Confessore about how the once-bipartisan school lunch program […]
For the New York Times magazine’s fall Food issue, the publication treated six second graders from P.S. 295 in Brooklyn to dinner at Daniel, a fancy spot where a seven-course tasting menu goes for $220 a person. (more…)
The New York Times Magazine took six children from the second grade at P.S. 295 in Brooklyn to a restaurant. Not just any restaurant, though: they were treated to a seven-course tasting meal at Daniels, which runs $220 a head. Chef Daniel...Show More Summary
Second graders. They're just like us. For the New York Times Magazine's fall food issue, they took a bunch of 2nd graders from P.S. 295 in Brooklyn to dinner at Daniel, one of New York's most expensive restaurants. The kids dined onShow More Summary
F unny news is a serious business. John Oliver employs former journalists from the New York Times Magazine and ProPublica to dig up material for his HBO show “Last Week Tonight”. NBC News apparently courted Oliver’s mentor Jon Stewart for “Meet the Press”. Show More Summary
The fall New York Times Magazine Food Issue comes out this weekend, and a few web exclusives, like this must-watch video by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Jeffrey Blitz, have already gone up. It features six P.S. 295 second-graders trying to power through the $220 tasting menu at Daniel. Show More Summary
This week, the New York Times Magazine featured John Barry and his brainchild, the lawsuit against 90 oil, gas and pipeline companies filed in New Orleans. Barry filed the unprecedented lawsuit while he was a commissioner with Southeast...Show More Summary