Gwyneth Paltrow was reportedly rejected from a contributing editor position at Yahoo Food as she does not have a college degree, according to a new piece in the New York Times Magazine. Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer allegedly “disapproved of the fact that Paltrow did not graduate college. “Mayer, who habitually asked deputies where they attended [...]
Recommended reading: A profile of Laura Hillenbrand and the effects of chronic fatigue syndrome on her writing in The New York Times Magazine, just in time for the release of the film adaptation of Unbroken.
I’m reluctant to cite what I’m about to cite. It’s scathing. It’s scurrilous. It’s caustic criticism that seems often overblown and, in some cases, deliberately devoid of context. It’s the New York Times Magazine‘s condensation of Nicholas Carlson’s book about Marissa Mayer, which is clearly an attempt to do to her what Hatching Twitter did to… Read More
I’m surprised any journalist would take what commenters might say into consideration when writing a story or blog post. But veteran editor Jane Pratt tells the New York Times Magazine: I talk to my [xoJane] editors and writers a lot about how easy it is to get caught up in thinking about what the comments … Read More
Joel Lovell is leaving The New York Times to join This American Life and digital media company Atavist. Lovell had served as deputy editor of The New York Times Magazine and most recently worked in the Times newsroom on special projects. Lovell...Show More Summary
Wednesday morning, The New York Times Magazine published a long adaptation of a book called "Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!" (Disclosure: the author of this post wrote both.) The Times story points out an interesting contradiction in Mayer. Show More Summary
This morning, the New York Times Magazine published a long adaptation of a book called "Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!" (Disclosure: the author of this post wrote both.) Buried at the bottom of the Times story, there's this...Show More Summary
Hey, want to see two hot ladies make out? No, not like that. This is serious. This is for JOURNALISM! The New York Times magazine gathered 18 actors together to share 9 kisses in celebrations of…of, please, like you need a reason. You’ve...Show More Summary
Rosario Dawson and Jenny are selected by The New York Times Magazine as this year's notable actors. They celebrate by kissing. read more
The New York Times Magazine knows how much the Internet is into random strangers kissing, so the publication recruited 18 actors, most of whom didn't know each other, to kiss each other in dramatic, slow motion fashion. The results are silly, stunning and sometimes sexy. Read more...
According to Locus Solus, there’s a nice reference to the Frank O’Hara poem, “Ave Maria,” in A.O. Scott’s article about kissing at the movies. The article appears in this Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. Here’s a preview via Locus Solus: In his article “A Brief History of Kissing in Movies” in this upcoming Sunday’s New [...]
Thanks to another well conceived, well shot and exceedingly well cast New York Times Magazine interactive feature, our headline is a question we imagine many more will be asking. All thanks to “9 Kisses,” the publication’s A-list riff...Show More Summary
This is…random. Notable Actors Share Kisses In Short Films For New York Times Magazine Nine possible Oscar contenders The video project includes notable actors in unexpected pairings, including Reese Witherspoon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chadwick Boseman, Kristen Stewart, GuGu Mbatha-Raw, Rosario
Kristen Stewart leans in to kiss Chadwick Boseman for The New York Times Magazine – Great Performers Issue, which includes other well-known performers sharing kisses! For the kissing shoot, the 24-year-old actress attacks the 38-year-old actor while he is showcasing his guitar skills on stage. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kristen Stewart Others [...]
Every publication has its own end-of-year traditions. But the New York Times Magazine has a particularly strange one: honoring the year’s best actors by casting them in seemingly random videos that tell us little about their actual talents. Show More Summary
Reese Witherspoon and Benedict Cumberbatch share a passionate kiss for The New York Times Magazine – Great Performers Issue, which features great performers sharing kisses! Even better – each kiss was filmed in a dramatic way, and Benedict and Reese‘s is amazing. Benedict plays a masked man who seems to have lost Reese. She looks [...]
New York Times Magazine recruited 18 of the year's most notable starts to participate in its annual special, "Great Performers." This year's interactive features nine short films, directed by Elaine Constantine, about a single kiss. A masked Benedict Cumberbatch kisses Reese Witherspoon. Show More Summary
Mark Leibovich, a national correspondent for the New York Times Magazine, is one of the few prominent "mainstream" political reporters who does not make you despair for journalism. He's zesty! And he's here now to answer your question on Washington, politics, power, and his new book. Read more...
New York Times staff editor Jessica Lustig will be a deputy editor at The New York Times Magazine, according to a staff memo from Jake Silverstein, the magazine’s editor-in-chief. Lustig, who currently works for The New York Times Op-Ed/Sunday...Show More Summary
The true heroes of science aren't always the people we remember. Over at the New York Times Magazine, Veronique Greenwood has a beautiful, fascinating essay about her great-great aunt, who worked with Marie Curie and discovered the element Francium. The story of her mostly-forgotten life in science is a must-read. Read more...