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
Perhaps you know about Emily Gould's cover story, "Exposed," in the New York Times Magazine last May. Even if you didn't take in all 8,002 words on the former Gawker editor's gains and losses from blogging about her personal life, it would be hard to miss the criticism of the piece elsewhere. Show More Summary
Now discovered - a new way to pass time at work, while expanding your vocabulary and giving away rice! Maybe it's because I've spent the better part of today intently reading last Sunday's New York Times Magazine on giving and philanthropy...Show More Summary
In 2003, the New York Times Magazine published “The Opt-Out Revolution,” Lisa Belkin’s look at ambitious and educated women who leave the workforce after having children. The story launched the ubiquitous and somewhat misleading term...Show More Summary
Whoopi Goldberg is not about the married life. In a recent interview with The New York Times magazine, “The View” host discussed love, relationships and why marriage just isn’t for her. Although Goldberg’s been married three times, she’s simply “not that interested” in doing it again. “I’m much happier on my own. Show More Summary
New York Times Magazine has a great profile of Nick Kyrgios, tennis’s next big thing, who would probably rather be playing basketball or Pokemon Go. [NYT Mag] Read more...
The New York Times Magazine Design Director: Gail Bichler Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan Art Director: Matt Willey Deputy Art Director: Jason Sfetko Designers: Frank Augugliaro, Ben Grandgenett, Chloe Scheffe Associate Photo Editors: Stacey...Show More Summary
Last week, The New York Times Magazine devoted an entire issue to one story: Scott Anderson’s account of how the world has changed since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. Anderson’s narrative follows six characters from 1972 until the present. Show More Summary
I recently read an interview with actress Allison Janney in the New York Times Magazine. Aside from admiring her acting skills and comic chops, I am a little in awe of her lanky proportions. Turns out she is six feet tall and has always been self-conscious about her height. Show More Summary
Sunday’s edition of the New York Times Magazine featured a story about a fight over the brain of a patient who, in his life, had been a keystone of memory science. It was an excerpt from Patient H.M., a book about the man who lost his...Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine recently ran a column about the tyranny (and ubiquity) of minimalism as a hipster aesthetic. Author Kyle Chayka explored the fashionable trend toward downsizing—purging clutter and embracing fewer and more efficient, if often beautiful, objects. Show More Summary
Are all those endless options really a good thing? Back in 2013, Kate Taylor wrote a hit piece for New York Times Magazine entitled “She Can Play that Game Too.” The article purported to show that cisgender women in college were hooking up with the same regularity, satisfaction, and emotional detachment as cisgender men. Show More Summary
Luke Dittrich doesn't mince words. In an adaptation from his new book published in the New York Times Magazine, he refers to Henry Molaison as "arguably the most important human research subject of all time." HM, as he was referred to in scientific literature, in 1953 underwent an experimental epilepsy...
Fabulous New York Times Magazine profile by Molly Young.