The New York Times Magazine has profiled seven directors it’s deemed “the auteurs changing cinema,” all of whom released new films this year. They include: Barry Jenkins (Moonlight), Jeff Nichols (Loving), Damien Chazelle (La La Land),...Show More Summary
New York Times Magazine, How to Hide $400 million: In any given year, trillions of dollars sit safely in the offshore financial world, effectively stateless, protected by legions of well-compensated defenders and a tangle of laws deliberately designed to impede creditors and tax collectors. Even the United States government finds...
A new report warns that Donald Trump and other billionaires have laid the groundwork for “an unprecedented legal assault on the media.” The report in The New York Times Magazine says Trump and his companies have already been plaintiffs in...
inthenoosphere: Baggage claim, redesigned by Raffaello D'Andrea (via The New York Times Magazine — Six designers take on some of the world’s toughest redesign challenges) The robotic trays alert you when your bag comes out of the Pez machine.
The closest thing to politics coverage this weekend is Jake Silverstein's introduction.
Maureen Dowd seems to believe that Donald Trump's brand will have a hard time recovering from this campaign. In a New York Times Magazine story, she writes: New York elites have gone from flabbergasted that Trump got this far to debating how the Trump family... Show More Summary
Hillary and Bill Clinton (Karen Murphy / CC BY-ND 2.0) In an essay in The New York Times Magazine, columnist Maureen Dowd sheds light on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s climb through New York’s high society. “We are in the final days of the first presidential contest between two New Yorkers in 72 years,” Dowd writes. Show More Summary
Wind down what was almost certainly a stressful day—because every second of every day will be continue to be completely unsettling until November 9th—and cozy up with this very good Kesha profile from the New York Times Magazine. Read more...
The New York Times Magazine ran a profile today entitled “The Exile: Kesha, Interrupted.” Continuing the long-fought legal battle between the pop star and producer Dr. Luke aka Lukas Gottwald, Luke’s lawyer, Christine Lepera, has issued a statement in response to the profile saying that Kesha “exiled herself.” In the piece, Kesha opened up about […]
In a revealing new profile with The New York Times magazine, Kesha opened up about the pressure to maintain the party girl image she was best known for early on in her career. The “We R Who We R” singer told the magazine that her former producer, Dr. Show More Summary
The singer-songwriter discussed her legal troubles in a New York Times Magazine profile.
Kesha takes the cover of The New York Times Magazine‘s culture issue. Here’s what the 29-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On the perception that she’s ‘fun’: “Something that was always told to me is: ‘You’re fun. We’re going to capitalize on that.’ I was like, ‘I am fun, but I’m a lot [...]
In a talk at PhotoPlus Expo + Conference this past Friday evening, New York Times Magazine Director of Photography Kathy Ryan spoke about the magazine’s creative process and recent experiments in design and new media, and offered her views on the future of photography and VR. Show More Summary
In recent years, the use of Adderall has grown immensely—but not just for ADD and ADHD. According The New York Times Magazine's new cover story, "Generation Adderall," the scary truth is that the prescription stimulants—a mixture ofShow More Summary
Time for some procrastinatory reading material! – Racked asks Why Women Love Loud Shoes. Loud as in clickity clackety, not as in bright. – The New York Times magazine, T, had a lovely feature this past week called To the First Lady, With Love. Not for nothing, but FLOTUS also looks FANTASTIC in the photos. – Read More...
A brilliant essay in the New York Times Magazine by Binyamin Appelbaum on Sunday asks a simple question. When will elected officials and candidates stop talking about the manufacturing jobs people did yesterday and start talking about...Show More Summary
Mr. Goldberg, who has written for The New Yorker and The New York Times Magazine, is the magazine’s 14th top editor since its founding in 1857.
A New York Times Magazine article said: “More than anything, Madden has reinforced a comfortable remove between what we watch on screens and the savagery actually taking place on real fields.” In the print version, the main display type was “How the Madden video game lets fans think they understand N.F.L. football games — even as it keeps them at...
Lisa Lucas, the director of the National Book Foundation, is profiled in the The New York Times Magazine this week.
The New York Times Magazine (I know, my fave) has a piece on celebrity chef Katie Lee today, and former Times food critic Frank Bruni details her rise to celeb chef fame. The article also describes how Lee supposedly traded culinaryShow More Summary