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Editor’s Note: City of the Future

In 2011, as part of Atlanta magazine’s 50th anniversary celebration, we invited all the living mayors to the Atlanta History Center for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Doug Blackmon. At the time, Kasim Reed, who was just 22 months into his tenure, said, “I view my job as a job of finishing things that […]

Great Events in British History: The London Blitz “London Can Take it”

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the Anglotopia Print Magazine in 2017. Support great long-form writing about Britain by subscribing to the Anglotopia Print Magazine. After a year at war in Europe, Hitler sought toShow More Summary

MIDWIFERY IN THE UK: From Florence Nightingale to Call the Midwife

  Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #3 of the Anglotopia Magazine in 2016. Support great long-form writing about Britain by subscribing to the Anglotopia Print Magazine.  By Lorelei Bachman The beloved BBC series...Show More Summary

Six Are Laid Off at Saveur Magazine, Including Its Editor

As the publishing company Bonnier cuts 17 percent of its American employees, the staff of a long-running food magazine shrinks.

Saveur Magazine Gutted in a Round of Layoffs

Editor in chief Adam Sachs is out Saveur, the 24-year-old food and wine publication, just took a major hit in a round of layoffs committed by its parent company, Bonnier Corp.: Editor in chief Adam Sachs is out, as are many members of the magazine’s staff, including deputy digital editor Dan Dao. Show More Summary

Editors - Magazine

Sounds like: Interpol, Joy Division, White Lies What's so good? Three years on since their fifth album In Dream, Birmingham act Editors return with "Magazine," the first taste of their forthcoming album Violence.  I have to let it be known that I'm a huge fan of these guys so my opinion about their music is always a little biased. Show More Summary

Brit History: Those Who Chose Not to Look Away – The Abolition of Slavery in the British Empire

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #3 of the Anglotopia Magazine in 2016. Support great long-form writing about Britain by subscribing to the Anglotopia Print Magazine. By the middle of the 18th century, Britain...Show More Summary

The New York Times Has A New Culture Editor

Gilbert Cruz came to the newspaper three years ago as television editor; previously, he worked at Vulture, New York magazine's culture website, where he worked his way up to editorial director.

Condé Nast Chooses a Digital-First Editor to Run Glamour

Samantha Barry, a producer at CNN Worldwide from Cork, Ireland, is set to become the eighth editor of the women’s magazine, succeeding Cindi Leive.

Why Print Legacies Like Time Are Betting Big on Augmented Reality

Last week's issue of Time magazine is the first edited by a guest editor in its 94 years of existence. It's also the first issue to feature augmented reality activations--four of them, all on the issue's theme of optimism. They include an interview with guest editor Bill Gates by Time's Nancy Gibbs, an animated infographic...

KBOO Bike Show: Getting Literary

 Listen to the show (mp3, 26.0MB) Alon and Terry talk with with Evan Schneider, editor of Boneshaker magazine “A Bicycling Almanac”. In the second half of the show they speak with Bill Nesper, executive director of the League of American Bicyclists about League activities. The post KBOO Bike Show: Getting Literary appeared first on Portland Transport.

Optimism In The Face Of Current Reality

Let’s start with an awesome dog taking himself sledding. Now, let’s move on to Bill Gates opening essay in this week’s Time Magazine (he’s their first ever guest editor) titled Some good news, for once. It’s short and powerful. He starts out with context. Show More Summary

Bill Gates Is the First Ever Guest Editor of ‘TIME’

For the first time in the 94-year history of the magazine, TIME has welcomed its very first guest editor, and it’s none other than billionaire, creative and philanthropist Bill Gates, who also happens to be an avid reader of TIME. Having already graced the front cover 10 times, Gates’ first attempt at editing emphasizes a […]

Portman’s Complaint: How John Portman built modern Downtown Atlanta and changed the face of Urban America

Editor’s note: This story by Atlanta native Steve Oney was originally published in Esquire magazine in June of 1987. Oney granted ArtsATL exclusive rights to reprint the story to commemorate the death of the legendary architect who designed the buildings that define Downtown Atlanta. Portman died December 29 at the age of 93. This story...

The Daily Edit – The Big Life: Nick Kelly

Big Life Editor: Ryan Waterfield Creative Director: Britt Johnson Photographer: Nick Kelly Heidi: How did the story come about since it was a collection of stock images? Nick: Big Life, a magazine based in Sun Valley, Idaho, reached out as they were hoping to do a feature on my longtime girlfriend, Maddie Brenneman, who is a […]

Trump Gloats After Vanity Fair Apologizes For Hillary Clinton Hit Piece, Gets Name Of Editor Wrong [VIDEO]

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

CBS News reports: Vanity Fair is trying to defuse criticism of a video mocking Hillary Clinton and her presidential aspirations. In a statement Wednesday, the magazine said the online video was an attempt at humor that regrettably “missed...Show More Summary

CHASING THE LIGHT: A Wessex Photo Essay

Editor’s Note: This photo essay originally appeared in Issue #4 of the Anglotopia Magazine in 2016. Support great long-form writing about Britain along with beautiful photography by subscribing to the Anglotopia Magazine, a quarterly...Show More Summary

French Kids Mag Lands in Hot Water With Israel

A French children's magazine has been withdrawn from newsstands after it admitted a "mistake" in writing that Israel wasn't a real country. The news editor for Youpi, a magazine for children ages 5 to 8, told the AP on Tuesday the January issue was being removed from kiosk sales in...

Socialite Ksenia Sobchak submits bid for Russian presidential race

4 weeks agoLocal Interest / Russia : RT

Glossy magazine editor and former ‘It-girl’ Ksenia Sobchak has submitted papers to the Central Elections Committee, in what she describes as a bid to trick the system into restoring the “none of the above” option in the ballots. Read Full Article at

Sneak Peek of Prehistoric Times (Issue 124)

The Front Cover of the Next Edition of Prehistoric Times Magazine Editor Mike Fredericks has sent Everything Dinosaur an image of the front cover of the next issue of Prehistoric Times.  Inside, there is a special article on the fauna of the Hateg Island, an isolated landmass in the middle of the shrinking Tethys Ocean

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