Here’s a look at the FishbowlNY stories that made the most buzz this week. 1) Meredith Buys and Folds Parenting and Babytalk 2) Cover Battle: The New York Times Magazine or Mental Floss 3) Newsweek/The Daily Beast Gets a Redesign 4)Show More Summary
Originally published as "No Rebound" on June 1, 2003, in The New York Times Magazine. Footnotes from the author are included throughout the story. Read more...
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This time around we have The New York Times Magazine versus Mental Floss. The Times Magazine went with an adorable photo of a dog licking a chubby baby. It’ll be tough...Show More Summary
There will be both a baby and a dog on the cover of the New York Times Magazine this coming weekend. The dog is licking the baby on the cheek. This "pageview journalism" must stop, people. [Pinterest] --- See more posts by Emma Carmichael 0 comments
[caption id="attachment_167394" align="aligncenter" width="640" caption="The Rodrick Family in 1972"][/caption]Stephen Rodrick, a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine, of late best known for the single best story on Lindsay Lohan ever, has a new book out today called The Magical Stranger: A Son’s Journey Into His Father’s Life. Show More Summary
With the 2010 release of Vampire Weekend’s sophomore record Contra, New York Times magazine writer Andy Gensler dubbed the New York quartet’s style … Read More
The New York Times magazine recently published a long article about The Avenues, the brand new for-profit New York City school that costs $43,000 a year. The piece has juicy eat-the-rich tidbits in it like parents sending a 7-page email...Show More Summary
Jon Chait: Why Left and Right Economics Can’t Just Agree, by Jonathan Chait: Adam Davidson writes a joint profile of Democratic economist Lawrence Summers and Republican economist Glenn Hubbard for The New York Times Magazine.... Hubbard tells Davidson he...
Dear New York Times Magazine book critic: I just received an advance copy of a book by Navy wife Sarah Smiley, "Dinner with the Smileys,"...
Tags: Edie Windsor Edith Windsor New York Times magazine Edith Windsor is featured in the "Talk" profile of The New York Times magazine this week and she shared her opinions on all kinds of things, from how she felt about Bill Clinton when he passed DOMA ("Hated it. Show More Summary
Here's the photo essay "The People You Meet at McDonald's" by Nolan Conway for the New York Times Magazine. Conway visited 150 locations in 22 States and photographer about 180 patrons.
Novelist Ben Ehrenreich has been asked for only one interview, on a Chicago radio station, since he published his thrilling account of resistance in Nabi Saleh in the New York Times Magazine in March. Maybe that's because he's an anti-Zionist? Mondoweiss interviews the author.
In an interview with C-SPAN, New York Times Magazine Chief National Correspondent Mark Leibovich, the author of an upcoming book detailing the nexus of politicians and the press in the nation's capitol, scorned what the White House Correspondents Dinner had become. Show More Summary
In tomorrow's New York Times Magazine, you can read an article by Linda Logan, "The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder." Ms. Logan writes, in a tender and tragic way, about her own struggle with a severe, treatment-resistant mood disorder, and how her psychiatrists attended to her symptoms, but not to what she calls her loss of self. Ms. Show More Summary
A couple of years back, I wrote about the egregious research fraud case of Diederick Stapel. Here's an extraordinary follow-up in the New York Times Magazine, which will give you the shivers. Here, try this part out: In one experiment...Show More Summary
Today we learn that New York Times Magazine reporter Mark Leibovich has penned a book called This Town: The Way It Works In Suck Up City, exposing all the awfulness of our nation's capital. As Politico reports, "Two people familiar with...Show More Summary
When journalist Clive Thompson tweeted that he was "kind of slow" in terms of productivity, I had serious doubts. For a writer with so much on his plate (including gigs at Wired and The New York Times Magazine, as well as a book coming...Show More Summary
Brian Stelter‘s new book “Top of the Morning,” about the morning show wars, excerpted over the weekend in The New York Times Magazine and this morning in Playbook, is out tomorrow. To get an inside account, Stelter had to get insideShow More Summary
Monday: 4.22.13 Design Director: Arem Duplessis Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan Art Director: Gail Bichler Deputy Art Director: Caleb Bennett Deputy Photo Editor: Joanna Milter Photo Editors: Stacey Baker, Clinton Cargill, AmyShow More Summary
One of the most surprising things about the Today show saga in The New York Times Magazine this weekend — after the vivid "professional torture" of poor Ann Curry — is how familiar Curry's co-worker’s anonymous complaints sounded. They sounded a lot like us, and our colleagues, and random tweeters trying to rationalize ... More »