Iran's Press Oversight Committee has decided to suspend publication of Iran's premier women's magazine, Zanan-e Emrooz [Today's Women], and forward its case for prosecution to the Iranian Judiciary.
After the Charlie Hebdo attacks, I was glad to be a regular reader of Reason magazine editor Matt Welch, someone I got to know when we both worked years ago in Los Angeles. In the media chaos after the massacre, as American pundits tried to come to grips with what Charlie Hebdo was about and why it...
Summer is almost here and what a better way to prepare than to get your new getaway destination from Didi Gluck, Deputy Editor of MORE Magazine. During our interview for Mondays with Marlo, Didi suggested trying somewhere new: Berlin. Show More Summary
Spring is here and with summer right around the corner, Didi Gluck, Deputy Editor of MORE Magazine, stopped by Mondays with Marlo to discuss the best colors that pair well the season. Didi suggests bright hues in shades of purple and yellow, on par with spring flowers like lilac or daffodil. Show More Summary
When MORE Magazine's Deputy Editor Didi Gluck stopped by Mondays with Marlo, she was given a compliment by viewer Brooke, who asked how Didi stays looking flawless and what her own personal beauty regiment consists of. Didi's secretShow More Summary
Didi Gluck, Deputy Editor of MORE Magazine, stopped by Mondays with Marlo with a simple eye tip to liven up your evening look. Colored mascara is in, according to Didi. First, apply your regular choice of mascara, but to make your eyes...Show More Summary
MORE Magazine's Deputy Editor Didi Gluck stopped by Mondays with Marlo to give us her tips on what to eat to improve your skin. Didi stressed an eight glass water regiment is not enough, but does help. Eating fresh is best and according to Didi, one should avoid foods that are high in sugar content, such as processed foods and sweet treats. Show More Summary
Finding a quick, easy makeup look for the office doesn't have to be a pain, and that is why MORE Magazine's Deputy Editor Didi Gluck suggest keeping it simple. Using a bright colored lipstick, like a plum shade that Didi suggests, will dress up your office look and give it a little "pop" without having to put in too much effort. Show More Summary
Didi Gluck, Deputy Editor of MORE Magazine, stopped by Mondays with Marlo with some great tips on how to keep your makeup lasting longer. Didi suggests a makeup artists' best kept secret: working in layers. Always outline your lips, but also fill in with a pencil before layering over lipstick and gloss to get the most out of your products. Show More Summary
MORE Magazine's Deputy Editor Didi Gluck stopped by Mondays with Marlo to give us her expertise insight on how to stay organized during a hectic schedule. Her most important tip is to breathe, go through your list task-by-task, and of course, start with the biggest tasks first to eliminate lingering stress. Show More Summary
I’m going to start this post even though I don’t have an ending. About a year ago I was asked to start writing for Playboy. The editor said that he was helping to transform the magazine’s website into one that “was a destination for smart writing on sex.” I said that I’d keep the offer in mind […]
The Huffington Post will soon publish the first article of a new longform venture captained by two former editors of The New Republic who left amid the magazine’s public turmoil late last year. Greg Veis and Rachel Morris, who are now...Show More Summary
Shortly after Ernest Hemingway won the Nobel Prize in 1954, Richard Manning, who went on to become the executive editor of the ATLANTIC, visited the Hemingways in Cuba to collect first-person material for a magazine profile. From extensive...Show More Summary
Andre Saraiva is an internationally known graffiti artist. He owns nightclubs in Paris and New York, works as a top editor of the men's fashion magazine L'Officiel Hommes and has appeared in countless glossy magazines as a tastemaker and bon vivant.
The internet is such a huge part of our lives, but because it's intangible, borderless, ever-changing, it can be hard to describe. Kevin Kelly, executive editor of Wired Magazine, wanted to know how people pictured it, so he started collecting submissions back in 2009. Show More Summary
New York magazine hands Gabriel Sherman the national affairs editor title. He had been a contributing editor, reporting on media, real estate and Wall Street, and will continue to do so while also penning print and online features for the pub… The New York Times Magazine hires another staffer, recruiting Michael Benoist as story editor. Show More Summary
One of the most famous film critics in the U.S., who became a fixture of popular culture as an editor and writer for Time magazine, has died. Time reports that Richard Corliss dies Thursday night in New York City following...
Richard Corliss -- Time magazine's witty, passionate, and highly influential critic for the past 35 years -- died Thursday, April 23 in New York City, after suffering a major stroke last week. He was 71. Time editor Nancy Gibbs shared...Show More Summary
Gearing up for a huge summer of touring, Taylor Swift is featured on the front of the June 2015 issue of Glamour UK magazine. The “Should’ve Said No” songstress is also this month’s guest editor and she explains the constant conflict...Show More Summary
Taylor Swift shows off her belly button and white undies in a sexy see-through dress on the cover of Glamour UK magazine’s June 2015 issue! “Thank you GLAMOUR UK for letting me be your editor for this issue- I had so much fun writing pieces and personalizing it. What a treat,” the 25-year-old entertainer wrote [...]