Over the weekend, two of the nation’s most prominent newsweeklies debuted new looks under new editors. How often does that happen? It’s like your mother getting a short, modern haircut on exactly the same weekend your dad decides to finally shave off his mustache. It’s jarring! But exciting at the same time — and most of all, it’s a relief. Tina Brown’s Newsweek is peppier, more colorful, and more hip. Hugo Lindgren’s New York Times Magazine is sleeker, more agile, and more fun. Since this is such a rare occasion, we decided to measure the two up against one another — feature by feature. How do they match up?