The Times' executive editor Jill Abramson confirmed she met with Silverstein while she was in town for SXSW. [ more › ]
"Mindfulness" is everywhere. On the cover of Time; in the New York Times Magazine; in the halls of Congress; in elementary schools and hospitals; in the Marines, pro basketball, movies and TV. Mindfulness meditation -- watching your thoughts, feelings and sensations as they arise and pass without judging them -- is a beautiful thing. Show More Summary
Do we learn nothing from movies and television?! According to New York Times Magazine writer Nathaniel Rich, From an article on New York Times website The Mammoth Cometh Bringing extinct animals back to life is really happening — an...
Today's New York Times Magazine brings news from the forefront of the de-extinction movement, which hopes to use genome-editing technology to revive lost species, including "an Australian frog, extinct for 30 years, that gave birth through its mouth."
In 1971 a young writer named Louis Rossetto co-authored a cover story in The New York Times Magazine announcing that young people were turning against the played-out politics of right and left. "Liberalism, conservatism and leftist radicalism are all bankrupt philosophies," he piece proclaimed. Show More Summary
The badly timed New York Times Magazine profile of Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis may have called her biographical falsehoods "politically exquisite," but to the public editor of the newspaper, it was not enough to prevent the piece from being sexist. Show More Summary
Looks like we weren’t the only ones puzzled by The New York Times Magazine’s Hillary Clinton cover. Margaret Sullivan, the Times’ public editor, wasn’t a fan of it either. In a new column, Sullivan took the magazine to task for the Clinton...Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine has a wonderful slideshow of locations that some of the world’s best photographers go to for a holiday. It’s a delightful look at how creative minds approach their immediate surroundings when not shackled by professional constraints. More »
Fun little item today from Joe Pompeo. He caught up with Matt Bai, the D.C.-based former New York Times Magazine reporter who has a two-scene cameo in Season Two of House of Cards. Bai, now with Yahoo News, is friends with program showrunner Beau Willimon. Show More Summary
The latest cover of The New York Times Magazine perpetuates an unrealistic standard of measurement that women have been using increasingly since the equally far-fetched 2012 Atlantic Monthly cover story by Anne-Marie Slaughter. BackShow More Summary
The spiraling blue-on-blue violence in the press escalated on Monday after the hosts of Morning Joe took a cautious swipe at New York Times Magazine reporter Robert Draper and his profile of Texas Democratic gubernatorial hopeful state Sen. Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth).
From the February 15 edition of MSNBC's Disrupt with Karen Finney: Previously: What The Free Beacon Doesn't Want You To Know About The Group Smearing Hillary Clinton How The New York Times Magazine's Hillary Clinton Cover Contrasts With Other Politicians' Covers
Reading last weekend’s New York Times Magazine, “Does a More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex,” I was feeling a little anxious. My husband both loads and unloads the dishwasher. He sweeps the kitchen floor now and again. When our kids were in diapers, he changed a whole lot of diapers. Show More Summary
Why does the mainstream media have to ask if politicians who are also mothers can “have it all”? We never ask if dads can “have it all”; instead, we presume someone back at home (wife, nanny, second wife) is taking care of the kids and the kids are fine and we do not need to [...]
Lori Gottlieb had a piece in the New York Times Magazine this weekend called “Does A More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex?” By “equal marriage,” she means that “both spouses work and take care of the house and that the relationship is built on equal power, shared interests and friendship.” And aside from a few [...]
When I first read through this weekend's cover story in the New York Times Magazine, Sexless but Equal, I was annoyed and thought, oh I'm going to have to write some sort of response to this. But about an hour later I had forgotten all...Show More Summary
A colleague writes, correctly:This article is NOT about unions: High on the Hog by Adam Davidson in the New York Times Magazine. This article is about process improvement; market intelligence, understanding your brand; empowering teams; strengthening communities and really understanding what variation in practice means. Show More Summary
That gimmicky Porn for Women book — featuring hunky, well- (and fully) dressed men doing household chores — had it all wrong, apparently. In The New York Times Magazine, Marry Him author Lori Gottlieb went long on the recent study that found that couples in which men perform traditionally female... More »
In the New York Times Magazine this week, author and psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb argues that there’s a pernicious downside to rising equality between men and women in America: The dissolution of traditional gender roles in marriage has deflated heterosexual desire. Show More Summary
The second season of House of Cards debuts on Netflix on Friday, February 14. As part of the run-up to the big day, the New York Times Magazine did an extensive profile of showrunner Beau Willimon that dug deep into how his background in both politics and theater influence the show’s philosophy, specifically its cynicism about Washington and its obsession with power.