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Notre Dame front pages, Pulitzers by the numbers, Mayor Pete's NYMag cover: Publisher’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Ad Age Publisher’s Brief, our roundup of news from the world of content producers across digital and print. Got a tip? Send it our way. Joining us late? Here's the previous edition. Notre Drame: Monday’s devastating fire at Notre-Dame de Paris—or just Notre Dame (sans hyphen), as most news organizations have been styling it—lands on newspaper front pages across the world this morning, including every major New York-based daily (The New York Times, The Wall Str...
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Notre Dame front pages, Pulitzers by the numbers, Mayor Pete fronts NYMag: Publisher’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Ad Age Publisher’s Brief, our roundup of news from the world of content producers across digital and print. Got a tip? Send it our way. Joining us late? Here's the previous edition. Notre Drame: Monday’s devastating fire at Notre-Dame de Paris—or just Notre Dame (sans hyphen), as most news organizations have been styling it—lands on newspapers front pages across the world this morning, including every major New York-based daily (The New York Times, The Wall St...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, New York, California, Washington, France, Advertising, San Francisco, Indiana, Atlantic, Brooklyn, New York Times, Paris, Manhattan, Npr


Some Thoughts on Buttigieg Taking Off and Warren seeming to be Grounded

To me, the most surprising developments in the Democratic presidential race have been the rise of South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and the failure of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s campaign to catch hold.  According to betting sites, Buttigieg is a six to one favorite to win the nomination, and Warren a distant 25 to one.  There is a long way until the caucuses and primaries, but here are some guesses why Buttigieg has caught fire and a few thoughts why Warren’s flame has flickered. B...
Tags: News, Obama, Washington, France, China, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama, Indiana, Afghanistan, Harvard, New Hampshire, Iowa, Bill Clinton, Netherlands, Warren


Biden Jokes About Consensual Hugging in First Speech Since Creepy Touching Allegations

APIn his first public remarks since more than half a dozen women accused him of inappropriately touching them, former Vice President Joe Biden warned a raucous crowd of union workers in Washington, D.C., that their warm reception “may go to my head!”A few moments later, Biden proved himself right.Less than one minute into his speech before the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Biden joked that “I just want you to know, I had permission to hug Lonnie,” referring to union president ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Washington, Joe Biden, Nevada, Biden, New York Magazine, Bernie Sanders, Flores, Sanders, Thomas, Anita Hill, Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen Bernie Sanders, Clarence Thomas, Lonnie


John Kennedy on Biden Allegations: ‘This Is No Country for Creepy Old Men’

Senator John Kennedy (R., La.) on Wednesday said the invasive behavior ascribed to former vice president Joe Biden by two women was “creepy,” and suggested that the country would no longer tolerate politicians who are seen to abuse their power.“This is no country for creepy old men. And it needs to stop. Do I consider it inappropriate to smell someone's hair? To get so close that I smell their hair? Yes! I mean duh! Somebody gets close enough to smell my hair they might get to smell my hair ...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Capitol Hill, Nevada, Biden, New York Magazine, Kennedy, John Kennedy, Hartford Courant, Russo, Lucy Flores, Bill Russo, John Kennedy R La, Amy Lappos


Joe Biden Says He Did Not Act Inappropriately With Lucy Flores

The former vice president, accused by Ms. Flores, a Nevada Democrat, of kissing and touching her, did acknowledge ‘expressions of affection’ on campaign trail.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Nevada, Biden, Sexual Harassment, Flores, Democratic Party, Lucy Flores, United States Politics and Government, Joseph R Jr, Presidential Election of 2020, New York (Magazine, Lucy (1979-


Joe Biden Accused of Touching and Kissing Nevada Democrat at 2014 Rally

Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, wrote about the episode in an essay. A spokesman for Mr. Biden said the former vice president did not recall what she described.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Nevada, Biden, Lucy, Flores, Lucy Flores, Politics And Government, Joseph R Jr, New York (Magazine, Kissing Nevada


Joe Biden Accused of Touching and Kissing Nevada Assemblywoman in 2014

Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, wrote about the episode in an essay. A spokesman for Mr. Biden said the former vice president did not recall what she described.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Nevada, Biden, Lucy, Flores, Lucy Flores, Politics And Government, Joseph R Jr, New York (Magazine, Kissing Nevada Assemblywoman


Joe Biden Does Not Recall Kissing Nevada Political Candidate’s Head in 2014

The allegation was made in a New York Magazine article written by Lucy Flores
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Joe Biden, Nevada, New York Magazine, Onetime, Nevada Political Candidate


Biden doesn’t recall alleged kissing incident from 2014

Joe Biden’s spokesman said Friday that the former vice president does not recall kissing a Nevada political candidate on the back of her head in 2014. The allegation was made in a New York Magazine article written by Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state representative and the 2014 Democratic nominee for Nevada lieutenant governor. Flores’ […]
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Nation, Nevada, Biden, New York Magazine, Flores, Lucy Flores


Mueller's name is quickly disappearing from the pages of mainstream media.

Sometimes one letter at a time....I've noticed that The Washington Post and The New York Times have practically scrubbed the name Mueller from their pages. Over at New York Magazine, they're changing the focus to Hillary and they've pared his name down to "Muller." What happened to the "e"? Maybe it's gone the way of Hillary's e-mail. Can you believe they're pushing the problem of those crazy Republicans who can't let go of their Hillary hatred? The story is the insane vortex of hatred for Donal...
Tags: Law, Washington Post, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Donald Trump, Hillary, New York Magazine, Spelling, Müller, Mueller, Ann Althouse, Hillary's in trouble, Fake News, taking responsibility for the Russia hoax


This Is What Gloria Steinem Was Doing At Your Age

Gloria Steinem has had several long and venerable careers, working as an activist for women’s rights, a journalist, and an author. With her 85th birthday upon us, we are honoring her by looking back at some of the milestone moments in her life for inspiration and the encouragement to continue to grow, evolve, and advocate ourselves. To look at Steinem’s life is to learn that it’s never too late to learn about something or pursue something new.Her Early YearsSteinem’s childhood was far from trad...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, London, Massachusetts, India, New York City, Time, Los Angeles, Barack Obama, Austin, Hugh Hefner, Ohio, Christian Bale, Bale, Cia


Sanders Campaign Hires ’16 Clinton Staffer Who Dug Up Opposition Research On Him

Cameron Joseph contributed reporting. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) presidential campaign has hired the research staffer who in 2016 was tasked by the Clinton campaign with compiling opposition research on the senator, New York Magazine reported Wednesday. Per New York, Tyson Brody (pictured above, right) served as Clinton’s deputy research director and compiled information on both the candidate herself and Sanders. The magazine said Brody was the first Clinton staffer to work on Sanders’ 2...
Tags: New York, News, Hillary Clinton, Wikileaks, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Bernie Sanders, Clinton, Sanders, Bernie, Sen Bernie Sanders, Tyson, John Podesta, Brody, 2020 Elections, Cameron Joseph


Food writer Mark Bittman "has bounced around since leaving The Times."

"He spent less than a year at Purple Carrot, a vegan meal-kit start-up. He wrote a column for New York Magazine and Grub Street. He started a newsletter. He posted recipes on his personal website. All along, he said, he had the idea of creating his own publication.... Salty, which is making its debut on Tuesday, will comprise recipes, stories related to food and more. 'There’s a large part of me that wants people to be interested in food agriculture, or policy, or kids, or immigrants, or race,' ...
Tags: Food, Law, Restaurants, New York Times, Nyt, Times, New York Magazine, Jim Crow, Black, Cornell University, Charlotte, Ritz Carlton, Mark Bittman, William Barber, Purdue University, Michael Lynn


"[Elizabeth] Holmes, the ousted Theranos founder who was indicted last year on federal fraud charges for hawking an essentially imaginary product to multi-millionaire investors, pharmacies, and hospitals, speaks in a deep baritone..."

"... that, as it turns out, is fake. Former co-workers of Holmes told The Dropout, a new podcast about Theranos’s downfall, that Holmes occasionally 'fell out of character' and exposed her real, higher voice — particularly after drinking.... Holmes is obviously guilty of many more serious crimes, but faking one’s voice is just weird, and embarrassing, in much the same way that bad toupees are: they place one’s bodily insecurities center stage.... Personally, the episode has brought me back to an...
Tags: Law, Friends, Transgender, East Coast, Fake, New York Magazine, Ross, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Speaking, Accents, Holmes, Ann Althouse, Katie Heaney, McNeeley, Elizabeth -RSB- Holmes


Jeb Bush calls on Republicans to challenge Trump in 2020 – live

Ex-Florida governor says Republicans ‘ought to be given a choice’White House condemns ‘vicious act of hate’ in New Zealand shootingSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 4.09pm GMT Donald Trump is expected to veto the congressional resolution to block his national emergency around 3pm Friday, Reuters reports.It will be Trump’s first veto. 3.43pm GMT All the ridicule directed at Starbucks billionaire Howard Schultz’s potential presidential bid is just encouraging him, New ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Republicans, US, US news, Democrats, US politics, House, New Zealand, Howard Schultz, Jeb Bush, Starbucks, US Congress, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Trump


"Of course, I don’t believe that Alex and Wendy exist. But as a cultural journalist, as a book critic, I’ve been put on notice that I work for them."

Writes Christian Lorentzen, who — email from Harpers tells me — was "New York magazine’s lead book critic until last fall, when the magazine told him that his contract would not be renewed, because what he did had 'little value.'" Lorentzen's essay — "Like This or Die/The fate of the book review in the age of the algorithm" — begins with this amusement envisioning of the nonexistent Alex and Wendy:Alex and Wendy love culture. It’s how they spend their free time. It’s what they talk about at dinn...
Tags: Books, Law, Pop Culture, Alex, New York Magazine, Wendy, Lorentzen, Ann Althouse, Christian Lorentzen


NYC plans to expand Manhattan to protect against rising seas

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday his $10-billion plan to protect lower Manhattan against sea level rise and storm surges.The plan calls for creating new land that would extend the lower part of the island by about two city blocks.As sea levels rise around the globe, cities are experimenting with various methods to protect themselves. None New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has a bold and expensive plan to protect lower Manhattan from sea level rise and the next major storm: ...
Tags: Climate Change, NYC, Washington, New York City, Environment, Cities, Infrastructure, Innovation, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Miami, Brooklyn Bridge, New York Magazine, New York State, De Blasio, Rotterdam


Cory Booker: Ivy League elite or hunger-striking hero?

The New Jersey senator wants to take on Trump in 2020, but what sort of president would he be? His background offers many mixed clues Cory Booker takes selfies after a campaign event in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images Cory Booker came to national attention in 2002, fighting an election against incredible odds. In the contest for mayor of Newark, New Jersey, he faced both an entrenched incumbent who would later go to jail for corruption and an entire political ma...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, News, Obama, Congress, Stanford, America, Barack Obama, David Cameron, Hillary Clinton, Judaism, Yale, New York Times, Iowa, New Jersey, Oxford, US Senate


An Exit Interview With 'New York Magazine' Editor-In-Chief Adam Moss

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with New York Magazine editor-in-chief Adam Moss about leaving the publication. He's the longest serving editor in the magazine's history, a job he's held for 15 years.
Tags: News, Npr, New York Magazine, Ari Shapiro, Adam Moss, Exit Interview With New York Magazine


Researchers compared 5 popular apps for calorie-counting, and the winner is clear

A group of UK researchers evaluated five of the most popular nutrition apps based on how accurately they estimated calories.  Their study found a clear winner and loser, but there are pros and cons to each app.  Databases that allow users to input recipes and those that rely on scanned nutrition labels showed some inaccuracies.  Downloading a nutrition app is easy, but finding one that accurately reports calories is a tougher task.  For those interested in weight loss or healthy eating, cho...
Tags: Google, UK, Trends, New York Magazine, Samsung Health, Michaelides, JMIR, Journal of Medical Internet Research JMIR, Andreas Michaelides Noom


Adam Moss reflects on 15 years at New York Magazine in the era of digital transformation

When Adam Moss started at New York Media in 2004, the company consisted primarily of the standalone New York Magazine. Now the company has five big digital verticals in Intelligencer, The Cut, Vulture, Grub Street, and The Strategist.
Tags: Cnn, New York Magazine, Adam Moss, New York Media, New York Magazine Now the company


"Jussie Smollett has officially been named a suspect in the criminal investigation into his attack, Chicago police have announced."

"He is suspected of filing a false police report, which carries a felony charge.... According to the Chicago PD, detectives are currently presenting evidence before a Cook County grand jury, which could lead to Smollett’s indictment. Two brothers, Ola and Abel Osundairo, were eventually arrested and brought in for questioning in the attack..... The brothers reportedly said all three men 'rehearsed' the attack days prior to it happening.... CBS reported that Smollett allegedly plotted the attack ...
Tags: Law, Fbi, Chicago, Fox, Cbs, New York Magazine, Ola, Jussie Smollett, Cook County, Smollett, Ann Althouse, Abel Osundairo


Nari Ward Profiled in NY Mag

Nari Ward gets a profile in New York Magazine this week, as he opens his show at the New Museum.  “With these shows we want to celebrate the artist, but there also has to be a bit of an argument to be made,” says curator Massimiliano Gioni says. “And the argument we felt could be made […]
Tags: Art, News, New York Magazine, Art News, Minipost, Massimiliano Gioni, Nari Ward


The Daily Edit – New York Magazine Covers: Adam Moss Legacy

Excerpt from “The New York Cover That Made Me Want to Make Magazines” / New York Press Room One of my favorite covers of this magazine is called “Notes on the Paralyzed Generation.” The issue came out in 1970, when I was 13 (not quite of that generation, but desperately wanting to be the hippie boy on the cover), and I remember yanking it from our mail pile. The cover picture is a deeply sarcastic portrait of mother and that bell-bottomed adult son — the son, obviously able, in a wheelchair....
Tags: Photography, New York, New York Magazine, The Daily Edit, Carl Fischer, Adam Moss Adam Moss


"It just beggars belief that the same liberals who fret about 'micro-aggressions' for 20-somethings were able to see 16-year-olds absorbing the worst racist garbage from religious bigots..."

"… and then express the desire to punch the kids in the face. How did this grotesque inversion of the truth become the central narrative for what seemed to be the entire class of elite journalists on Twitter? That’s the somewhat terrifying question. Ruth Graham on Slate saw a 16-year-old she’d seen on a tape for a couple of minutes and immediately knew that he was indistinguishable from the 'white young men crowding around a single black man at a lunch counter sit-in in Virginia in the 1960s' or...
Tags: Law, Washington Post, Virginia, New York Times, Abortion, Graham, New York Magazine, Jessica Valenti, Ruth Graham, Andrew Sullivan, Ann Althouse, Gender Politics, Racial Politics, Microaggression, Maga, Covington Catholic boys


NASA Did Not Accept an Unlimited Budget for Sending Humans to Mars But Elon Musk Would

The New York Magazine describes how President Trump offered some people at NASA to imagine and propose an Apollo-style crash program to get humans to Mars. NASA described getting to humans to Mars in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Nasa, Innovation, Mars, New York Magazine, Trump


Trump reportedly offered NASA 'all the money you could ever need' to land on Mars during his presidency

President Donald Trump reportedly offered the NASA "all the money you could ever need" to land on Mars by the first term of his presidency, according to a report from New York Magazine that cited an upcoming memoir by the former White House communications official Cliff Sims. The story said Trump appeared "distracted" at times during the discussion and asked a NASA official: "What if we sent NASA's budget through the roof, but focused entirely on that instead of whatever else you're doing now....
Tags: Amazon, White House, US, Trends, Nasa, Mars, Donald Trump, New York Magazine, Space Station, Trump, Coast Guard, US Coast Guard, Lightfoot, Trump White House, Whitson, Peggy Whitson


Q&A: New York Media’s New Editor in Chief on Reinventing the Brands and Diversifying Revenue Streams

Not long after Adam Moss told staffers on Tuesday that, after 15 years, he'd be leaving as editor in chief of New York Magazine, David Haskell was named as his successor. Haskell was described by CEO of New York Media Pam Wasserstein as "boundlessly creative and always inventive" and by Moss himself as a "superb...
Tags: Advertising, New York Magazine, Moss, Haskell, Adam Moss, New York Media, Publishers & Platforms, David Haskell, Pam Wasserstein


"The 'spiritual but not religious' of now is not the old New Age."

"What I have been seeing is that this version has much more depth. It has a lot of substance. The conversation I have on the show is really intelligent — we value the life of the mind. It’s not something that is in a category of "This is where my emotions and my spiritual life are" — it shows up in how people do their jobs or the workplaces they want to create or how they think about their life trajectory.... I grew up in an immersive southern world that had all the answers. I do love deep relig...
Tags: Law, Editing, Npr, Crossfit, New York Magazine, New Age, Ann Althouse, Krista Tippett, Religion Substitutes, Krista Tippet