Elise By Olsen is a 16-year-old Norwegian student about to embark on her first year of high school. She hangs out with her friends and enjoys fashion and music, much like any other teenager out there. Sounds pretty normal, right? But Elise is way more than just another experimental teenager who enjoys hanging out: she is […]
DO YOU LIVE IN OR AROUND WASHINGTON, D.C. Annys Shin is an editor at the Washington Post. She is working on a story for the newspaper's magazine about ageism and is looking for real people's stories about their experiences with...
PC European authorities are blaming European women for encouraging and provoking Muslim immigrant rapists? Here’s the story from PJ Media: According to FrontPage Magazine editor Jamie Glazov: Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker’s response to the assaults under her watch [1,000 German women were sexually molested and raped by Muslim migrants] has been to reprimand the victims, […]
As a teen music journalist writing for an underground publication and conversing with the likes of Lester Bangs (musician-turned-journalist and the editor of rock magazine Creem), Cameron Crowe would soon become the ultimate roadie, meeting the editor of Rolling Stone at 15 and joining his staff. Show More Summary
To the editor: Author Matt Welch may edit a magazine called Reason, but he is curiously bereft of it. (Re “Escaping to Canada?” Opinion, June 20) He casually, unnecessarily and erroneously throws barbs at both Hillary Clinton and President Obama. In what should be a pure comic piece, he is compelled...
So scary… Chrissy Rutherford Talks Catching The Zika Virus A Harper’s Bazaar editor recently shared a scary story about how she caught the Zika virus in Jamaica. Chrissy Rutherford, the digital editor for the magazine, says a vacation in the
The magazine helped young people know that “our community was worth joining,” says its former top editor.
Former Advocate editor in chief Jeff Yarbrough tells Logo he joined the magazine because of the AIDS crisis.
Uh oh As if you needed another reason to roll your eyes at the Mission District in 2016, San Francisco Magazine’s Lamar Anderson (former Curbed SF editor) penned a riveting piece today about Michelle Malliett, a single mother and kindergarten...Show More Summary
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the first issue of the Anglotopia magazine in February. Subscribe today to receive the next issue of our magazine and read about British History, Culture and Travel all in one place....Show More Summary
Between 1980 and 1994, Laura Levine photographed more than 500 bands and musicians for outlets ranging from Rolling Stone to influential punk magazine New York Rocker, where she worked as photo editor. Though she shot many live shows, Levine is best known for her expressive portraits, taken in her Chinatown apartment or Soho loft, or...
The widow of one of the victims of the January 7, 2017 terrorist attack on the Paris offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has taken the magazine’s editors to court for allegedly stealing some of the money they had promised the victim’s families.
A few weeks ago Ebony.com posted a story about the magazine's Senior Editor Jamilah Lemieux's results from her 23 and Me DNA test, a light hearted piece on a Black woman's desire to find her roots. The test revealed that she is essentially 53% White and 47% Black. Show More Summary
The editor of Germany-based magazine Gaystream claims Facebook blocked its page after an article it published criticized Islam in the wake of last week's shooting massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
An Islamist militant who was behind the murder of Xulhaz Mannan, a gay rights activist and the editor of Bangladesh’s first LGBT magazine Roopbaan and Mahbub Tonoy, as well as several other bloggers, has been shot and killed in a gunfight with police… Read The post Bangladesh Police Kill Islamist Militant Who Murdered Gay Activists, Liberal Bloggers appeared first on Towleroad.
What a treat to have two treasured magazines arrive in the mailbox, one containing an article I’ve been working on, the other with a nice mention of my new book! In the July 2016 issue, Southern Living garden editor Steve “Grumpy Gardener”...Show More Summary
Longtime Los Angeles Times reporter and current author, magazine editor, and UCLA communication-studies professor Jim Newton thought he had put the O.J. Simpson saga behind him. But then came last year’s 20th anniversary of Simpson’s acquittal in the trial determining whether he murdered ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and waiter Ronald Goldman. ... More »
The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the June 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Howard Altmann In the humidity of the day, Delmore Schwartz’s name alone has always been a kind of tonic, his fervor and frenzy cutting a swath in the landscape, […]
In a first for the royal family, Prince William covered a leading British gay magazine, speaking out against bullying of the LGBTQ community.For Attitude magazine's July issue, editors invited William to meet with a group of young LGBT people, who shared their experiences with bullying before his cover shoot with ... More »
I'm going to put my old friend, Washington Monthly editor Paul Glastris, on the spot. The current issue of the magazine features a piece by Harold Pollack about the problem of over-aggressive police response to people with intellectually disabilities who are causing a public disturbance. Show More Summary