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Happy Thanksgiving

(Scott Johnson) We pause to give thanks Sarah Josepha Hale, the 74-year-old magazine editor who wrote a letter to Abraham Lincoln on September 28, 1863, urging him to have the “day of our annual Thanksgiving made a National and fixed...Show More Summary

The Issue: How Putin Plans to Crush ISIS in Syria

Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us through the new issue of the magazine.

How to Win Her Parents: Advice from 1948

Editor’s note: Will you soon be meeting your girlfriend’s parents for the first time? Then read up on the following tips offered in a 1948 issue of Varsity magazine. For more pointers on navigating this potentially nerve-racking encounter, check out our own advice on the subject. And be sure to brush up on your small talk skills […]

Lady Gaga Will Be A Guest Editor for 'V Magazine' January 2016

Lady Gaga looks stunning while grabbing a few beers from a local convenience store on Tuesday (November 24) in London, England. The 29-year-old entertainer slayed per usual in a scarlet blouse, high-waisted trousers and a fuzzy coat. She managed to snap a few pictures with a few lucky fans along the way to her waiting [...]

Introducing the PDN & Rangefinder 2015 Gift Guide - with DPReview editor's picks

Our friends over at Photo District News and Rangefinder Magazine have just published their first ever holiday gift guide, with contributions from Rolling Stone, Tiny Atlas Quarterly, TIME and our very own editor, Barney Britton. Click through to read the full guide!

Unexpected Faulkner Work Rediscovered: A Play – And A Light Comedy, No Less

“Written when the future Nobel laureate was in his early 20s, ‘Twixt Cup and Lip was discovered in the University of Virginia archives by The Strand Magazine managing editor Andrew Gulli, who over the past few years has also tracked down long-lost and obscure works by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Mark Twain, John Steinbeck and many […]

Sanders Leads In Poll For Time’s Person Of The Year

It looks lake a win for Bernie Sanders, even if the win isn’t the presidency. The magazine’s editors pick the Person of the Year, though anyone can weigh in online. Nobel Peace Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai is the current runner-up at 4.8 percent, followed by global luminaries Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pope Francis and President Obama. [...]

Ronda Rousey, Routed

The Ring is a boxing magazine that has been published since 1922, but for the cover of its January, 2016, issue, its editors chose a champion from a different sport: Ronda Rousey, the Olympic judo medalist who has become perhaps the biggest star in the history of mixed martial arts. “She conquered M.M.A.,” the headline said. “Is boxing next?”

Twenty Predictions For The Next 20 Years

Fast Company Editor Robert Safian celebrates the magazine's 20th anniversary by looking forward. The doctor handed me the scissors. As I pressed down the blades, snipping the umbilical cord, I looked up at my wife. She was smiling, holding our newborn son. Read Full Story

See: How this week’s New Yorker magazine cover beautifully salutes Paris after the attacks

FOR THE second time this dreadful year, Françoise Mouly, the New Yorker magazine’s French-born art editor, needed to commission a cover illustrator to comment on violent events in her homeland.In January, after the Charlie Hebdo massacre,...Show More Summary

Is the Federal Reserve Out of Date?

In our November/December 2015 issue of the magazine, we brought back our colleague and former web editor, Ryan Cooper, to do a review of a new book on the history...

The EPA’s Proposed Ground Ozone Standard

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Issue 2, 2015 of American Coal Magazine (pg. 30-32) ——————- Too much, Too fast By Ken Ditzel and Rob Fisher, FTI Consulting On November 25, 2014, EPA proposed to strengthen the national ambient … Continue reading ?

Fossil Fuel Producers Must Begin to Work Together

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Issue 2, 2015 of American Coal Magazine (pg. 30-32) ——————- In February 2011, I spoke at the Fifth Annual Energy Forum and Expo in Grand Junction, CO. As I ran through my presentation, I listed … Continue reading ?

9 Things I Learned About Women By Working at ‘Maxim’

A former 'Maxim' editor reveals the wisdom he gathered while working at the men's magazine. The post 9 Things I Learned About Women By Working at ‘Maxim’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Brain Cancer Vaccine Gets Better With Time, as Celldex Shows Survival Edge

Years ago, Wired magazine editor Chris Anderson popularized the idea of a "long tail" in Internet commerce. These days, the term has taken on a whole new meaning. It’s good news for cancer patients. Hampton, NJ-based Celldex Therapeutics is the latest example of a cancer immunotherapy company that’s shown glimmers of [...]

Nylon's New Editor Says Print Is Still The Brand's Biggest Priority

Another new chapter has begun at Nylon, a magazine accustomed to behind-the-scenes changes. Editor-in-Chief and Chief Marketing Officer Michelle Lee departed the brand earlier this month, after just over a year at the publication, to take the top job at Condé Nast's Allure. A month earlier, the... Continue reading

Paris terrorism photos not en Vogue, says magazine’s picture editor

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, many have been left asking why they happened and what can be… The post Paris terrorism photos not en Vogue, says magazine’s picture editor appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Condé Nast shutters Details magazine

The Wall Street Journal | New York Observer | WWD Condé Nast, the well-heeled publisher of magazines including The New Yorker, Wired and GQ, is closing Details and laying off the magazine’s publisher and editor in chief. The companyShow More Summary

David Beckham Named People's 2015 Sexiest Man Alive

David Beckham has been crowned 2015's Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine. The sportsman is lusted after by women all around the world and often tops lists of best looking men, but this is the first time editors of People have bestowed the prestigious title on him. "It's a huge honour," David smiled to the publication. Show More Summary

A glossy-mag shakeup in D.C.: Elizabeth Thorp out as Capitol File’s top editor

There’s a shakeup afoot on Washington’s glossy-mag scene. Capitol File editor-in-chief Elizabeth Thorp was laid off on Monday after more than two years topping the masthead of the magazine that caters to the region’s one-percenters (and those...Show More Summary

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