Zillions of people all over the world love Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Pearl Jam is a band with literally zillions of fans. And Slog—voted the Best Blog in the Entire Universe™ by Condé Nast Traveler—is read by zillions of people every day. But whose fans are the best fans? We're about to find out. Show More Summary
Conde Nast’s in-app promo for free digital magazines. Among the newspaper and magazine deals you don’t need to leave your house for today: From the Wall Street Journal: Three months of digital access — which provides you the key … Read more
If you’re a huge entertainment conglomerate, how do you respond to allegations that your internship program is illegal and unfair? By shutting it down permanently, of course. That’s what publishing giant Condé Nast did, following significant...Show More Summary
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Condé Nast, which publishes Vogue, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair, among other top publications, is killing its’ internship program after two lawsuits from disgruntled ex-interns Matthew Leib… READ ON
There was a nice write-up this week in NYDN‘s “New York @Confidential” about Elizabeth Chan, a former Condé Nast employee who has found quick success as a Christmas music singer-songwriter. Her single “Fa La La” is climbing the holiday...Show More Summary
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by Choire Sicha It's time to take note again of one of the world's great magazines, The World of Interiors, a Condé Nast UK publication. When last mentioned here, it was because of its magical spread on Anna Wintour's Long Island home. Edited...Show More Summary
In our post last week about all the big changes at Racked, one of the people we mentioned was Laura Gurfein. The former Racked intern has moved up to regular freelancer. As she completes her final semester at NYU, she is also now interning...Show More Summary
Condé Nast Traveler readers weighed in on their top 40 resorts in Florida for our 2013 Reader's Choice Awards. They include the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, and the Four Seasons Palm Beach.
Room service, we wish we knew how to quit you. Actually, no we don't. We want to order you forever and ever and ever! Conde Nast Traveler recently stumbled across this survey from The GO Group that said a whopping 75 percent of travelers DO NOT order room service. Show More Summary
Condé Nast Traveler editors want to know: What are the biggest hurdles you face when booking a beach vacation?
Yes, we know. We'd we'd rather be here, too. Check out more stunning resorts in Hawaii here, as chosen by Condé Nast Traveler readers.
It's not a fantastic day for Condé Nast's December covers. First, Lucky managed to do this to Kerry Washington — and now comes Vogue's Annie Leibovitz-shot cover starring Jessica Chastain. I tend to love everything Chastain does, even if that meant sitting through The Tree of Life. She is regal, smart, talented, wise,... More »
Media companies seem to be focused on rebuilding the giants of yesteryear, like Time Inc. or Conde Nast, for an online world -- and the main reason is that the advertising-based business model for most is still stuck in the past
Condé Nast Traveler readers picked their favorite European islands for the 2013 Readers' Choice Awards. Popular islands like Mykonos and Capri made the list, but lesser known islands like Bozcaada, Gokceada, and the Phlegraean Islands also made the list.
Guzmán at Buvette, one of her go-to restaurants. In September, Pilar Guzmán took over as the editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveler, but any long hours that come with the new job do not come at the expense of family dinners. "I always feel guilty when I'm away for dinner," she says. Show More Summary
By Molly Fergus and Kelly Hwu, Condé Nast Traveler You'd expect this in Florida or New Orleans, perhaps, but Chicago? Not so much: A passenger at O'Hare International Airport discovered a two-foot long alligator lurking beneath an escalator Friday morning. Show More Summary
Alexander Liberman, a force to be reckoned with at Condé Nast for fifty years, remains a controversial figure more than a decade after his death, in 1999. As the company’s editorial director, he mentored and traumatized several generations...Show More Summary