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Paul Krugman: The GOP Is Never Returning to Reality

Click here for reuse options! It's not just Trump. The entire party has embraced post-truth politics. Two years ago, New York Times Magazine asked whether the GOP could be a "party of ideas." The answer, then and now, is a resounding no. Show More Summary

Recent Journalism on Boko Haram

A few recent journalists’ articles on Boko Haram caught my eye, and probably those of many readers as well. But in case you missed them, here they are. Sarah Topol, “The Boys from Baga,” New York Times Magazine. An excerpt: … Continue reading ?

University of Pittsburgh English Professor Set for New York Times Magazine Poetry Duty

There's a lot to ponder in Terrance Hayes' biographical details. For example, not too may individuals can point to both All-American basketball honors while in college followed by a MacArthur Foundation 2014 fellowship. Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Hayes, an English professor at Pitt university and co-director of the Center for African American Poetry, will start...

New York Times Magazine Goes All Comics for Its Latest Issue

While The New York Times Magazine's New York issue is a regular, annual occurrence, the way in which editors went about it this year is a novelty. The graphic novel may be an established genre, but graphic newsmagazine, essentially what the Times has turned itself into for the issue, is less familiar territory. The main...

New York Stories’

This week’s issue of The New York Times Magazine turned the entire magazine into a series of comics, illustrating stories from the newspaper’s Metro section. Even the crossword is hand-drawn. And the web version has some nifty animation. Fun. ?

Ida B. Wells Society Gets $150,000 Grant From the Knight Foundation

In a post on the Knight Foundation's website, New York Times Magazine staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones, one of the four founders of the Ida B. Wells Society For Investigative Reporting, tells the origin story of the society, launched last year, and how a new, $150,000 grant from the Knight Foundation will help expand what has...

Kushner Business 'Nothing But Slumlords'

Jamelle Bouie, Slate: In a feature for ProPublica and the New York Times Magazine, journalist Alec MacGillis shined light on the role of Jared Kushner -- son-in-law and close adviser to President Trump -- as a real estate developer and landlord. Show More Summary

Former NYT Magazine editor becomes Apple News chief

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Apple has hired Lauren Kern, one of New York Magazine’s most high-ranking editors and a former deputy editor at The New York Times Magazine, to work on Apple News as its first-ever editor-in-chief. Politico, which reported the hire,Show More Summary

Apple News hires prominent New York Magazine editor as first-ever editor-in-chief

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple News is gaining its first-ever editor-in-chief, according to a new report from Politico. Lauren Kern will take on the newly created role at Apple after serving in prominent positions at both The New York Times Magazine and New York Magazine. more…

The beleaguered tenants of ‘Kushnerville’

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

This story was co-published with The New York Times Magazine. The Townhouse on High Seas Court in the Cove Village development, in the Baltimore suburb of Essex, was not exactly the Cape Cod retreat that its address implied: It was a small unit looking onto a parking lot, the windows of its two...

MTV’s Ana Marie Cox Hits Out at Trump ‘Stooge’ and ‘Safety Net Butcher’ Paul Ryan

Liberal journalist Ana Marie Cox, senior political correspondent for MTV News, who also has a regular interview feature in the back of the New York Times magazine, for some reason dusted off some attacks on that undignified “stooge”Show More Summary

On whether prairie dogs can talk

Ferris Jabr recently published in the New York Times Magazine an interesting article about the field research of Con Slobodchikoff, professor emeritus of biology at Northern Arizona University, on prairie dog alarm calls. The article title is “Can Prairie Dogs Talk?” It is an interesting question. People who have read my earlier posts on animal […]

NY Times Magazine Swings for Open Marriage

Wanna sleep around, but scared of wrecking your comfy marriage? No worries – according to New York Times Magazine writer Susan Dominus, you can have it all! Dominus has penned a long (12,000+ excruciating words) exploration of “nonmonogamous relationships” titled “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” (Surprise answer: yes.)

Teenage Son of New York Times Magazine Features Editor Casually Lands a Byline

WWD's Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke has the advance details about The New York Times for Kids, a special print-only supplement aimed at readers ages nine to 12 that will be part of this Sunday's editions. Via WWD While the front page of the section carries an Editor's Note that warns, 'This Section Should Not Be Read by...

Wistful NYT Remembers the ‘Broad Shoulders,’ ‘Icy Blue Gaze’ of Keith Olbermann

Treating him like a mythic figure, the New York Times magazine on Sunday devoted 3377 words to reminiscing about the “broad shoulders” and “icy blue gaze” of liberal anchor Keith Olbermann. Writer Greg Howard lamented that the cable host, who couldn’t hold jobs at ESPN, MSNBC or even the defunct Current network, isn’t on TV during the Trump years.

Olbermann: Trump Pressured CNN Not to Hire Me

Keith Olbermann reveals in a recent New York Times Magazine interview that he was in talks to rejoin MSNBC or CNN, but says "influence" from President Trump is one of the reasons the talks failed.... "There was an offer, then there wasn't an offer, then there was an offer. Show More Summary

Which, close enough

John Herrman, “The Online Marketplace That’s a Portal to the Future of Capitalism“, New York Times Magazine, 5/3/2017: Among the items I sent to my friend, on our modest budget: a laser pointer; 100-count “super strong” small magnets; a functioning violin; a spare part for the window mechanism on an Audi A6; a deep-V-neck sweater; […]

Dorie Greenspan Gets a New York Times Magazine Column and It’s All About Dessert

Can we think about dessert for a moment? The New York Times Magazine sure thinks we can, and it has a new column devoted to the pursuit of the perfect cookie, or pie, or the many other combinations of flour, butter, sugar, et. al. that transform into the magical bite of happiness we all need...

Never Forget When Mark Zuckerberg Tried to Bury the Fake News Scandal

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The New York Times Magazine has an interesting story out today about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, fake news, and Facebook’s role as the world’s most prominent information distributor. It’s all part of Facebook’s ongoing public relations freak out surrounding the prevalence of fake news and hoaxes spread on the… Read more...

Rick Perlstein Is Right: He Doesn't Understand Conservatives

Rick Perlstein recently wrote in the New York Times magazine that he doesn’t understand conservatives. Today, the Times today confirmed that to be true. There is now an editor’s note attached to Perlstein’s April 11 article, “I Thought I Understood the American Right. Show More Summary

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