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T Magazine Announces Several Additions and Promotions

Ahead of its fall fashion issue, T Magazine announces a number of new hires and promotions. Details below: Thessaly La Force joins the publication as features director. La Force had most recently served as editor in chief of Garage Magazine, which covers the intersection of art and fashion. She has previously served as a senior...

White Americans Have to Make a Choice

“The problem of race in America, insofar as that problem is related to packets of melanin in men’s skin, is a white problem,” began historian and Ebony editor Lerone Bennett Jr. in a 1965 essay for the magazine titled “The White Problem...Show More Summary

Bannon calls alt-right white nationalists ‘losers’

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President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon has called white nationalists and alt-right groups “losers” in a phone call with the editor of a progressive magazine. In an interview with The American Prospect, published late Wednesday, Bannon also detailed how he’s working to influence...

Breitbart's Low-Profile Editor: Bias Is in Story Selection

Even those with more than a passing familiarity to Breitbart News might be hard pressed to name its editor. That is intentional, explains a New York Times Magazine feature on 31-year-old Alex Marlow. He has been Breitbart's editor for four years now and keeps a low profile, even among staffers....

Steve Bannon Gives an “Interview” Where He Sounds An Awful Lot Like a Shadow President

In a bizarre twist in the Steve Bannon White House puppet master narrative, Bannon called up the editor of the liberal magazine The American Prospect Tuesday afternoon and proceeded to give him what appears to be his unvarnished opinion on many things. Show More Summary

We’re Just Getting Started

Buddhadharma editor Tynette Deveaux reflects on the last fifteen years of the magazine, and reveals the exciting changes to come. The post We’re Just Getting Started appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Little Kids, Big Fears: Talking About North Korea (and Trump) With Eight Year Olds

We don't protect kids by not engaging them in conversations about what's happening in the world. Recently, an editor from the magazine Rethinking Schools was chaperoning a school field trip when he overheard a 2nd-grade student talking about how he wanted to “nuke the world.”  Taken aback,  asked the child what he meant. Show More Summary

Netflix: Barron’s Presses the Skeptical Case on CNBC

Barron's editor Jack Otter takes the magazine's skeptical argument against Netflix -- tremendous debt and cash burn in the bidding war for hit content -- to the airwaves on CNBC's "Closing Bell."

Latest issue of Poultry World now online

The 6th edition of Poultry World is now online. In this issue, magazine editor Fabian Brockötter visited a broiler facility in West Java, Indonesia, where local small and medium size independent farmers are taught how to combat heat stress.

Some Print Magazine Sales Are Increasing, For The First Time Since The Internet

Basically, it's the politics, stupid: "News and current affairs magazines are becoming more popular - but celebrity, gossip and fashion publications are still struggling. It's a trend that Sarah Penny, editor of Fashion Monitor, puts down to the news agenda. 'I think that we can all agree that the past 18 months have been pretty […]

Politics and Ideologues

Emma Duncan, an economist and Associate Editor of The Economist magazine, wrote an interesting article for The Times recently the state of affairs in Venezuela. Whilst not completely damning of Jeremy Corbyn her judgment of the Labour...Show More Summary

North Korea Reaches Out?

I had a conversation last night on Twitter with Ankit Panda (@nktpnd), who has been following the North Korean situation. Panda is a senior editor with The Diplomat magazine. I contend that the North Korean statement issued in response to Donald Trump’s “fire and fury” threat contains an invitation to negotiations. As is often the […]

Aww, Look at This Poor Breitbart Editor Being Personally Attacked by Vogue, Jennifer Lawrence & the Statue of Liberty

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Predictably, Carney's response to everyone laughing at him for losing it over a picture of the Statue of Liberty was to say that we were all "triggered." Yes, that's right. Us. Not the man who can't look at a magazine cover.

“Redeveloping the area for future decay”

David Capener is  a contributing editor for Archinet a global online architecture website/magazine. As fingers point towards the Markets community of Belfast they do so perpetuating a forty year long narrative that began, in the name of ‘regeneration’, with the unpicking of the grid street system, that since the 19th century had knitted the inner more...

Athletic SF editor Tim Kawakami offers to unblock those who pay for a site subscription

Anything that requires a subscription, from newspapers to magazines to the new collections of subscription digital local sports journalism sites, often provides some extra incentives for signing up. Tim Kawakami, the former San JoseShow More Summary

WashPost’s RothKopf: ‘Liar’ Trump ‘Doesn’t Know What He’s Doing’

Appearing on MSNBC Live With Stephanie Ruhle on Monday, Washington Post opinion writer and former Foreign Policy magazine editor David Rothkopf launched into an unhinged tirade against President Trump’s handling of global affairs, particularly...Show More Summary

Bitter NY Times Joins With UAW Union, Accuses Nissan of Racial Bias, Scare Tactics

New York Times Noam Scheiber, former editor for the liberal New Republic magazine who now covers labor for the paper, sounded rather bitter about another autoworker union setback in the South, under the loaded headline “U.A.W. Accuses...Show More Summary

Scarborough On Acosta: 'Maybe We Shouldn't Have TVs in the Press Room'

Jim Acosta’s increasingly infamous shootout on immigration with Stephen Miller on Wednesday drew criticism from many, even on the set of Morning Joe. John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary Magazine, offered a blistering statement of Acosta’s...Show More Summary

Letter to the Editor of Perspectives on Psychological Science

[relevant cat picture] tl;dr: Himmicane in a teacup. Back in the day, the New Yorker magazine did not have a Letters to the Editors column, and so the great Spy magazine (the Gawker of its time) ran its own feature, Letters to the Editor...Show More Summary

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