By TOI staff The newly appointed editor of Britain’s prominent Gay Times magazine was fired Thursday after a series of anti-Semitic, homophobic and racist tweets emerged. Josh Rivers’s offending tweets exposed by BuzzFeed UK this week date back to 20… Read The post New Editor of UK’s ‘Gay Times’ Fired for Anti-Semitic, Sexist, Racist Tweets appeared first on Towleroad.
Marijuana use is allowed recreationally in eight states, medically in 29 states, and socially in around 13 percent of living rooms. And if you needed more than numbers to convince you that pot smoking is finally on its way to becoming...Show More Summary
From a nude Miley Cyrus to a stern Kanye West, very few magazines are able to create a variety of standout, if not viral, moments through their cover visuals. Often working with incredible photographers and editors, PAPER magazine has continued to wow readers with big names, big visuals and great content. Founded and launched in 1984, […]
Brands: Only NY, Legacy Recordings and The Miles Davis estate Season: FW17 Key Pieces: Sweatshirts, tees, hats and tote bags Editor’s Notes: After joining forces with New York magazine, Only NY now celebrates visionary jazz musician Miles Davis, in partnership with Legacy Recordings and The Miles Davis estate. As a tribute to one of the […]
Scottish journalist Nina Myskow once worked in Dundee as the editor of Jackie magazine and she recently returned to see how the city has changed.
In 'The Vanity Fair Diaries,' Tina Brown relives her glamorous time as editor in chief of the glossy magazine. A 3-star book review.
The magazine’s Women of the Year awards was a parade of inspirational women. It was also the last one for Cindi Leive, the departing editor.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – November 13, 2017 – In the sixth episode of “Just the FACTs,” Kevin Michalowski, Executive Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine, discusses training mistakes, situational awareness, civilian response during an active-shooter situation and much more. Show More Summary
GQ, the magazine that employs anti-Trump pundit Keith Olbermann, published their “Citizen of the Year” and chose Colin Kaepernick, the national-anthem-protesting and outspoken professional football athlete. GQ editors said the following about Kaepernick: Much has changed in the four years since Colin Kaepernick was last on the cover of GQ. Back then he was a […]
Radhika Jones has been named the new editor in chief of Vanity Fair. This makes Jones the fifth person to hold the position since the magazine's revival in 1983. She will take over on Dec. 11. Jones was most recently the editorial director of books for the New York Times and took over that position...
Brown’s new book is an edited version of the diaries she kept while presiding over the high-powered magazine at a time when editors still had time and money to burn.
Colin Kaepernick has become a very polarizing figure in our society. The editors of GQ magazine are very clear about where they stand on the quarterback who hasn’t been able to find a job in the NFL a year after he started the movement of kneeling during the national anthem to protest social injustices....
Looking at the legacy of the legendary editor.
TIMES TRAVEL TALK Holiday travel Learn holiday survival tips from the Travel staff, and see a demonstration on how to pack better by experts Elizabeth Harryman, travel editor of Westways magazine, and Paul Lasley, a Westways contributor and the executive producer of On Travel Media. Tom Spagnola...
Has Bannon lost his mind, or is he playing 4d chess? According to new reports, Steve Bannon, editor in chief of Breitbart magazine, has been pushing Mark Cuban to run
Ms. Jones would replace Graydon Carter, who has been in place 25 years. She will be the first woman to edit the magazine since Tina Brown.
Former Time magazine editor and current editorial director of The New York Times books department Radhika Jones is expected to become the next editor of Vanity Fair. She will take the place of Graydon Carter, who announced in September...Show More Summary
Ray Robinson, an author and magazine editor best known for a well-regarded biography of his childhood hero Lou Gehrig, has died.
Mr. Rogin worked at Sports Illustrated and Discover and had a run of short stories in The New Yorker, until a rejection led him to abandon the form abruptly.
When The New York Times published an experimental kids’ section in its Sunday paper back in May, Caitlin Roper, The New York Times Magazine’s special projects editor, didn’t quite expect the scale of the reaction from the feature’s young readers. Dozens of kids (many via their parents) contacted her with emails thanking the Times for...