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New York Media Names David Haskell Editor in Chief

New York Media editor in chief Adam Moss told his staff Tuesday that he'd be leaving and a little more than 24 hours later, his successor was named. David Haskell, who has worked at the company since 2007, will formally take over the role April 1. Haskell, 39, will oversee New York Magazine and sister...
Tags: Advertising, New York Magazine, Haskell, Adam Moss, New York Media, Publishers & Platforms, David Haskell


‘He’s the Best, He’s the Best, He’s the Best’

Writers and editors talk about Adam Moss, the editor of New York magazine, who announced on Tuesday that he is stepping down after leading the publication for 15 years.
Tags: New York, News, Rich, Frankel, Max, Frank, Moss, Carter, Janice, Lynn, Vanessa, Adam, Graydon, Adam Moss, MIN, Hirschberg


Goodbye, New York. Adam Moss Is Leaving the Magazine He Has Edited for 15 Years.

At 61, an editor known for his obsessive style steps away from a publication that told New Yorkers where to eat and what to think. “I don’t wake up obsessed every morning, and I used to,” he said.
Tags: News, New York City, Magazines, Moss, Adam, Appointments and Executive Changes, New York (Magazine, Goodbye New York Adam Moss


Two Key Marketing Opportunities Amid Stories of Fake Traffic and Fraudulent Metrics

“What you know you can't explain, but you feel it. You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.” — Morpheus, The Matrix ~~~~~ "How much of the internet is fake?" pondered the headline of a late-December New York Magazine feature , before answering its own question: "A lot actually." What followed was a systematic unpacking of that premise, via author Max Re...
Tags: Google, Facebook, New York, Seo, Content Marketing, New York Magazine, Digital Marketing, Toprank Marketing, CMO Council, Shai Wininger, Edelman Trust Barometer, Liz Miller, Trust in Marketing, Transparency In Marketing, Digital Marketers Internally


"If you could speak to animals, which animals would you want to talk to?"/"Deep-sea fish."

From "The Stylist Embracing Messy Hair/Meet Dylan Chavles." Just a New York Magazine set of questions for a person, this one happening to be a hair stylist who stole the idea that I had when I was 10. I became famous in my own fantasy as the designer of The Mess-Up, the brilliant new approach to hairstyling done by messing it up.And I'm also pretty sure that deep sea fish have nothing interesting to say. You know, they're under a lot of pressure, but they don't even notice.ADDED: There's always ...
Tags: Law, New York Magazine, Hairstyles, Wittgenstein, Ann Althouse, Young Althouse, Animals Are Jerks


"Choir Boy" Announces One-Week Extension at Manhattan Theatre Club

January 9, 2019 Choir Boy Will Now Play Through Sunday, February 24 At MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Written by Academy Award Winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight) Directed by Trip Cullman Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) are thrilled to announce that Manhattan Theatre Club’s Broadway premiere of Choir Boy, by Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight, The Brother/Sister Plays) and directed by Drama Desk A...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, New York Times, Broadway, David Auburn, New York Magazine, Wilson, Pensacola, Samuel, Pendleton, Lynne Meadow, Richard Greenberg, Harold, David Lindsay Abaire, Manhattan Theatre Club, Samuel J Friedman


What Fashion Trends To Watch In 2019

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Sarah Spellings of New York Magazine about what fashion trends to watch out for in 2019.
Tags: News, Npr, New York Magazine, Mary Louise Kelly, Sarah Spellings


Rashida Tlaib Just Said What Everyone Else Is Too Afraid To Say Out Loud

On the day Rashida Tlaib, the first Palestinian-American woman elected to Congress, was sworn in as a freshman representative from Michigan, she published an op-ed in the Detroit Free Press making the case for Donald Trump's impeachment."President Donald Trump is a direct and serious threat to our country. On an almost daily basis, he attacks our Constitution, our democracy, the rule of law and the people who are in this country. His conduct has created a constitutional crisis that we must conf...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, Cnn, Michigan, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Trump, Jonathan Chait, Detroit Free Press, Sebastian Gorka, Gorka, Rashida Tlaib, Tlaib, Ivanka May, Smear Alexandria Ocasio


2018 was a great year for men's hair.

According to New York Magazine, with lots of pictures to make the point about what they are calling "heartthrob hair." [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, New York Magazine, Hairstyles, Ann Althouse


A peek into Amy Sedaris' quirky Greenwich Village apartment

Pink paper towels, a lampshade covered in hair-dye sample swatches, and a fake glass of white wine from Japan are just a few of the eclectic things you'll find in Amy Sedaris' rabbit-nibbled one-bedroom Greenwich Village apartment. New York Magazine's Design Editor Wendy Goodman got a tour of Sedaris' delightful home despite not bringing a gift.
Tags: Post, Video, Japan, News, New York Magazine, Greenwich Village, Amy Sedaris, Sedaris, Todd Oldham, Wendy Goodman, Positive Deviant, Lifestyles of the weird and quirky, Personality Fees


"If estrogen modulates psychosis, it might explain why schizophrenic symptoms in menstruating women were less severe than those in men..."

"... and why these women needed lower doses of antipsychotics to control them. It might even be protective enough to delay onset for a number of years. Sudden, dramatic fluctuations in estrogen during perimenopause, the months or years before a woman stops menstruating, might explain why a woman with no previous history of mental illness might suddenly come down with a bad case of psychosis. And the absence of estrogen after menopause might explain why a woman’s psychotic symptoms could suddenly...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Law, New York Magazine, DSM, Ann Althouse, Gender Difference, Estrogen Hormones


Friends Of The Indicator, Pt 2

Our pals Josh Barro of New York Magazine and Jennifer Doleac from Texas A&M tell us what they're keeping an eye on in 2019.(Image credit: NPR)
Tags: Texas, News, New York Magazine, Josh Barro, Jennifer Doleac


New York Magazine Profiles Gallery in Home of Michel Gondry

New York Magazine profiles 15 Orient, the living room gallery opened by Michel Gondry’s son Paul in their Brooklyn home. The space has already hosted a number of exhibitions in the past year.Read more at NY Magazine  
Tags: Art, News, Brooklyn, New York Magazine, Art News, Minipost, PAUL, Michel Gondry, New York Magazine Profiles Gallery


Enjoying the melancholy undercurrent of Charlie Brown television specials

Presently hovering between Halloween and Christmas, after watching It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and on the way to A Charlie Brown Christmas. I was seven years old when Charlie Brown’s sad tree was first shown on TV in 1965 — the same year my parents divorced. Oddly, or perhaps not so oddly, my memory of that period has vanished. I do recall watching Abbott and Costello in Jack and the Beanstalk one evening, and then being told after it ended that they were getting divorced. No recollec...
Tags: Amazon, Post, News, Wikipedia, Jesus, Jack, Charlie Brown, New York Magazine, Mccarthy, Lucy, Abbott, Sally, Linus, Schulz, Charles Schulz, Great Pumpkin


An Art Critic's 33 Rules for Being an Artist

Art, as we all know, is about following a set number of rules handed to you by another person. In the latest New York Magazine cover story, art critic Jerry Saltz lists 33 steps to becoming a great artist, and what’s interesting is how many don’ts he’s willing to hand out. His refreshingly specific tips are all, at…Read more...
Tags: Art, Advice, Creativity, Artists, Lifehacks, New York Magazine, Jerry Saltz


How to Be an Artist

From Jerry Saltz, failed artist and art critic for New York Magazine, a list of 33 rules on how to be a successful artist. Lesson 3: Feel Free to Imitate. We all start as copycats, people who make pastiches of other people’s work. Fine! Do that. However, when you do this, focus, start to feel the sense of possibility in making all these things your own — even when the ideas, tools, and moves come from other artists. Whenever you make anything, think of yourself as entering a gigantic stadium fi...
Tags: New York Magazine, Jason Kottke, Jerry Saltz


Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner Respond To Priyanka Chopra Being Called A ‘Scam Artist’

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner proved that family sticks together on Tuesday when they came to the defense of Priyanka Chopra after New York Magazine‘s The Cut printed an article titled, “Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s Love for Real?” according to a report by E! News.
Tags: News, Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, New York Magazine, Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner


"While you’re making marks and drawing, pay attention to all the physical feedback you’re getting from your hand, wrist, arm, ears, your sense of smell and touch."

"How long can your mark go before you seem to need to lift the pencil and make a different mark? Make those marks shorter or longer. Change the ways you make them at all, wrap your fingers in fabric to change your touch, try your other hand to see what it does. All these things are telling you something. Get very quiet inside yourself and pay attention to everything you’re experiencing. Don’t think good or bad. Think useful, pleasurable, strange. Hide secrets in your work. Dance with these exper...
Tags: Amazon, Law, Drawing, Geometry, New York Magazine, Ann Althouse, Jeffrey Saltz


Trump cybersecurity advisor Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

Rudy Giuliani fatfingered a tweet last week and inadvertently referenced a nonexistent URL (G-20.in); some clever wag registered the URL and stood up a static landing page that reads "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country." Now, Giuliani has taken to the intertubes again to upbraid Twitter (and Time Magazine!) for his stupid mistake, tweeting "Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message. The same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn...
Tags: Twitter, Post, News, Christ What An Asshole, Time Magazine, Giuliani, New York Magazine, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Donald J Trump, Gage Skidmore, Trumpers Time Magazine, Helsinki Either, Adam K Raymond


Trump cybersecurity Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

Rudy Giuliani fatfingered a tweet last week and inadvertently referenced a nonexistent URL (G-20.in); some clever wag registered the URL and stood up a static landing page that reads "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country." Now, Giuliani has taken to the intertubes again to upbraid Twitter (and Time Magazine!) for his stupid mistake, tweeting "Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message. The same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn...
Tags: Twitter, Post, News, Christ What An Asshole, Time Magazine, Giuliani, New York Magazine, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Donald J Trump, Gage Skidmore, Trumpers Time Magazine, Helsinki Either, Adam K Raymond


"What’s novel about 'Friends,' or what must seem so to a certain subset of New York teenagers of whom so much is expected, is the absence among the six central characters of any quality of corrosive ambition."

"The show refuses to take professional life or creative aspirations too seriously. What does Chandler Bing actually do? I was never entirely sure. In the series’ ninth season he is an advertising intern. On 'Girls”' you have writers who are trying to be Mary Karr; on 'Friends' you have actors who want to be on 'Days of Our Lives.' The dreamscape dimension of 'Friends' lies in the way schedules are freed up for fun and shenanigans and talking and rehashing, always. 'In the back of our minds we kn...
Tags: Florida, TV, New York, Law, Friends, White House, Careers, Netflix, Bill Clinton, Girls, Upper West Side, Nostalgia, New York Magazine, 1990s, Monica, Rachel


Who in the Sam Hill is Scott Free?

I'm reading "'Who is Scott Free?' A search for meaning after Trump’s misuse of a medieval idiom" (WaPo).This is after Trump tweeted:Michael Cohen asks judge for no Prison Time,'” Trump began. “You mean he can do all of the TERRIBLE, unrelated to Trump, things having to do with fraud, big loans, Taxis, etc., and not serve a long prison term? He makes up stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself, and get..... his wife and father-in-law (who has the money?) off Scott Free.He made it...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Wikipedia, Language, Satan, Arizona, Michelle Obama, Mel Gibson, Sam, Vikings, New York Magazine, Western Europe, Trump, Scott, Scott Adams, Hill


Washington mourns former president George HW Bush – live updates

The casket carrying the body of the 41st president is set to arrive in the capital as government funding deadline looms 2.03pm GMT Congress has five days to go until funding expires for several federal agencies and the government partially shuts down. A source told CNN that Congress is looking to pass a one week extension to the Dec. 7 deadline. Lawmakers will be out of sessions for part of the week due to former President George HW Bush’s funeral. 1.45pm GMT Michelle Obama had this to ...
Tags: Republicans, Congress, Washington, US news, Cnn, Brooklyn, Democrats, US politics, Michelle Obama, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, George Hw Bush, Barclays Center


Michelle On ‘Lean In’ Philosophy: ‘That Sh*t Doesn’t Work All The Time’

Michelle Obama got candid when discussing the “lean in” philosophy, saying colorfully that a work-life balance isn’t always doable: “that shit doesn’t work all the time,” she said Saturday before hastily apologizing for her language. According to a New York Magazine report, Obama got passionate when expounding upon lasting gender roles within marriages and the impossible expectations on women to always perfectly balance mothering and career success. “That whole ‘so you can have it all.’ Nope,...
Tags: News, Obama, Brooklyn, Michelle Obama, New York Magazine, Michelle, Facebook COO, Kate Riga, Per New York Magazine, Sheryl Sanberg


Michelle Obama on Sheryl Sandberg's 'lean in' strategy: 'That s--t doesn’t work all the time'

Michelle Obama said that the "lean in' approach for women in the workplace, advocated for by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, isn't always enough for women. She said that the idea that women can have it all at the same time is "a lie." "It’s not always enough to lean in, because that s--t doesn’t work all the time," Obama said. Sandberg's approach has been criticized for suggesting that individual women have to be the solution to workplace inequality rather than widespread policy changes. Michel...
Tags: Facebook, Obama, Trends, Michelle Obama, Cbs, New York Magazine, Sheryl Sandberg, New York New York, Duke University, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Sandberg


The 100 Best Pens

I’m certain the pen community has a lot to say about this New York Magazine list of the 100 best pens, but for the rest of us just looking for something good to write with, it appears like a solid place to start. Tip: skip right to the top 20…no need to buy a pen that’s 63rd best. My current go-to pen, the Zebra F-301, is not on the list but was the first ballpoint or rollerball pen I found that I didn’t totally ruin because I was left-handed. Ballpoint pens are meant to be pulled over the pape...
Tags: New York Magazine, Jason Kottke


Lena Dunham Bails on Brooklyn, Lists Williamsburg Condo (EXCLUSIVE)

Lena Dunham is done with Brooklyn. The eight-time Emmy nominated 2013 Golden Globe winning co-creator of the Brooklyn-centric series “Girls” has her city-view condo in the borough’s hipster-packed Williamsburg neighborhood available at $3 million. And, as she revealed this week in New York Magazine, she’s packed up and moved to Manhattan’s West Village where she […]
Tags: Brooklyn, Lena Dunham, Manhattan, New York Magazine, Real Estalker, Williamsburg, West Village, Lena Dunham Bails, Brooklyn Lists Williamsburg Condo


The winners in a massive roundup of the 100 Best Pens are surprisingly affordable

The writers of New York Magazine's Strategist tested "dozens upon dozens of gels, rollerballs, felt-tips, ballpoints, and fountain pens" and published a ranked list of the top 100 pens in existence. While the number one pen is a pricey $55 Rollerball, the rest of the upper echelon is surprisingly affordable: number two is the $8 OHTO Needle Point Knock Ballpoint Pen Horizon Eu 0.7mm Ballpoint Silver Body ("you’ll be amazed at how small you can write with this thing"); while number 3 is the ...
Tags: Reviews, Gadgets, Post, Happy Mutants, Gift Guide, News, Writing, Housewares, Stationery, New York Magazine, OHTO Needle Point Knock Ballpoint Pen Horizon Eu, Aurora Ipsilon Resin Red Medium Point Fountain Pen, Karen Iorio Adelson, Lauren Ro Strategist


Jerome Corsi rejects plea deal offered by Robert Mueller – live updates

Roger Stone associate offered deal related to Wikileaks in Trump-Russia investigation but says he will not take it Sign up to our new US morning briefing 4.13pm GMT Bernie Sanders is facing a decision about whether to run for President in 2020 and gamble the political capital that he accumulated in his insurgent bid in 2016 on another campaign.As Gabe Debenedetti frames the choice in New York Magazine:Some close Sanders allies do think his path to the White House has never been clearer. But ...
Tags: Mississippi, Republicans, Senate, White House, US, US news, Democrats, US politics, Michigan, US Congress, Wikileaks, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Roger Stone


Lena Dunham Hasn’t Talked to Lorde Since Jack Antonoff Rumors

Lena Dunham, Lorde and Jack Antonoff. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images; Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Keeping their distance. Lena Dunham opened up about her breakup with Jack Antonoff and the rumors that he started dating her close friend Lorde soon after. Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff: The Way They Were “It was so embarrassing. It was awful,” the Girls creator, 32, told New York Magazine’s The Cut in an interview published on Sunday, November 25. “I don’t thi...
Tags: Hbo, Lorde, Jay Z, Religion, Lena Dunham, Jack, New York Magazine, US Weekly, Beverly Hills California, Dunham, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Clive Davis, Kevin Mazur Getty, Jack Antonoff, Ethan Miller Getty, Antonoff