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Havana Heatwave: Felix Bujo Travels to Cuba for GQ Japan

GQ Japan is the latest fashion magazine to take to the streets of Havana, Cuba. Model Felix Bujo travels to the popular destination for the magazine’s May 2017 issue. Here, fashion director Grant Pearce and editor Jacky Tam collaborate on quite the sleek wardrobe. Show More Summary

Kate O'Beirne, RIP

Jonah mentioned what a generous mentor Kate was. I can personally attest to this. I doubt I would have become editor of NR or survived the daunting task of working for Bill Buckley at the helm of his beloved magazine if it hadn’t been for Kate’s friendship, counsel, and wisdom. Show More Summary

Kate Walsh O'Beirne R.I.P.

kate-obeirne-portrait-main.jpg Kate O’Beirne was part of National Review’s world before she joined the staff. When she became the magazine’s Washington editor in 1995 her resume already included stints at Senator Jim Buckley’s office, the Reagan administration, and the Heritage Foundation. Show More Summary

John Swansburg Joins the Atlantic

The Atlantic snags a new senior editor in John Swansburg, who joins the publication from Slate magazine, where he has been deputy editor, a promotion he received in 2014 at the publication where he has worked for the past decade. We should add an asterisk to that last sentence; Swansburg had briefly left Slate in...

it’s all about contexts

It is my pleasure to announce that Rashawn Ray and I will join Contexts as the new editors in Winter 2018. Contexts: Understanding People in Their Social worlds is the ASA’s magazine which brings the cutting edge of sociology to the public. Rashawn and I are humbled by the appointment. A lot of top notch people […]

Henry Kissinger Barely Musters Up Some Thoughts On Jared Kushner

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

One of the annual traditions over at Time magazine is the unveiling of the “Time 100,” which exists to remind everyone that the editors of the podiatrist waiting-room glossy have access to the world’s elite. Basically, they call up a...Show More Summary

Modern Luxury, owner of DC Magazine, buys Capitol File

The writing was on the wall months ago when Capitol File, the glossy Washington magazine, lost both its publisher and top editor within weeks of one another. Now Modern Luxury, the publishing company that owns several regional magazines across the country, including DC magazine, has purchased Capitol File along with all GreenGale titles in an […]

Conde Nast Traveler places these four California hotels among the world's 75 best

Four California hotels are among 75 picked as the world’s best by Conde Nast Traveler editors, writers and photographers. The magazine’s announced its Hot List 2017 on Tuesday. The listed favored Golden State properties that are intimate, out-of-the-way hotels, most with ocean views, rather than...

Cosmopolitan Recruits Editorial Talent From Entertainment Weekly and O Magazine

There's a fun bit of terminology in today's announcement by Cosmopolitan magazine. Meredith Bryan, who started late last month at the Hearst publication as senior deputy editor, news, counts among her duties the creation of 'big "zeitgeist-y" packages.' Love it. Bryan, who spent seven years with O, the Oprah Magazine, and worked previously as a...

Variety Editor Asks, “How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover?”

Variety magazine’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller, in a tweet promoting a new specialty issue, asked the public to answer this question... The post Variety Editor Asks, “How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover?” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Doctor Who: Ten British Things that Doctor Who Explained For the World

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the Spring 2016 issue of the Anglotopia Magazine. Subscribe to the Anglotopia Print Magazine Today – a quarterly love letter to England.  As a British cultural institution, Doctor Who certainly makes a lot of cultural references that might go over the heads of Americans. Show More Summary

Is This the ‘Worst Moment in American-Russian Relations’ Since the Cuban Missile Crisis?

last weekNews : Truthdig

Stephen Cohen (pictured, left), professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics and contributing editor at The Nation magazine, analyzes the current state of U.S-Russia relations.

Rick Perlstein Is Right: He Doesn't Understand Conservatives

Rick Perlstein recently wrote in the New York Times magazine that he doesn’t understand conservatives. Today, the Times today confirmed that to be true. There is now an editor’s note attached to Perlstein’s April 11 article, “I Thought I Understood the American Right. Show More Summary

A World-Traveling Editor & Content Director's Eclectic Brooklyn Home — House Tour

Name: Nathan Lump and Charles Runnette Location: Park Slope — Brooklyn, NY Size: 900 square feet plus terrace Years lived in: 1 year, 2 months, owned Where does Travel + Leisure magazine's editor-in-chief Nathan Lump live when he's not...Show More Summary

The Daily Edit – Parents Magazine: Priscilla Gragg

Parents Creative Director: Agnethe Glatved Photo Director: Lily Francesca Alt Photo Editor: Joanna Muenz Baby Wrangler: Melania Sawyer Wardrobe Stylist: Annie Caruso Hair and Make up: Thora Vikar Photographer: Priscilla Gragg   How long have you been shooting for Parents and do you usually photograph babies for them? ? As a parent myself I have […]

Edward Enninful Is Named Editor in Chief at British Vogue

Mr. Enninful will replace Alexandra Shulman and will become the first nonwhite man to edit a mainstream women’s fashion magazine.

How Being a Mom Will Knock the Perfectionism Out of You

Before I had kids, I definitely would have labeled myself if not a perfectionist, certainly a neat freak. My chosen profession then was magazine editor, meaning I spent much of my life cutting, reshaping, and moving things around so they looked and sounded just so. Show More Summary

Edward Enninful as British Vogue Editor: A Barrier-Breaking Choice

Mr. Enninful’s appointment makes a statement about diversity and gender at one of the most influential fashion magazines.

Glenn O’Brien, Writer and Editor Who Gained Fame With Warhol, Dies at 70

After Mr. O’Brien was invited to work on Andy Warhol’s magazine, his 15 minutes in the New York spotlight lasted more than 40 years.

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