“Twenty-three seems lame; 23 seems old."
'New York' wins the most prizes of any publication at National Magazine Awards.
'GQ,' 'Wired,' 'Vanity Fair,' the 'New Yorker,' and 'Glamour' will be the first to take the plunge.
"They said they couldn't handle laying off everybody all at once. So every magazine has a scheduled day."
This just seems more painful for everyone involved.
According to a report, they've been asked to cut a quarter of their budgets.
The Democratic mayoral candidate is eying Philadelphia's Michael Nutter for inspiration.
Hard times have forced the adorable Anna Faris to "expand her range."
First 'Vogue,' now this. Quarantine the pretty people!
The Senate Majority Leader tries not to mention gay marriage with his friend and pastor, Reverend Floyd Flake, while the issue can't be avoided with Governor Paterson.
Madge's divorce details and the antics of 'Gossip Girl' stars continue to amuse us in today's gossip roundup.
'Personally, I think she is a gifted politician. She’s a great communicator. She’s a magnetic personality. I don’t see how you can discount that.'
Perverts and psychos will not necessarily be discouraged from applying.
Michelle and Barack appear on the covers of 'Ebony' and 'Essence.' But Meghan McCain has an interview in 'Glamour'! Plus the latest on Barbara Corcoran, John Thain, and the other captains of industry.
Finally, right? Plus, David Brooks thinks Goldman Sachs may be on the cusp of a coup, and the "summer of legal vindication" kicks off in our hump-day roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
A dating blogger seeks a book deal, trading desks think recession, and Jean Nouvel wins the Pritzker in our daily roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.