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Back From the Dead

Back From the Dead

A year after its obituary, Vibe is alive and hip-hopping.


Behind Enemy Lines

Behind Enemy Lines

War correspondent Nir Rosen embeds where others won’t.


The Most Widely Read Magazine in the World

The Most Widely Read Magazine in the World

How Jehovah’s Witnesses made The Watchtower a mass-circulation empire.


Then: Dickens and Dostoevsky; Now: People and Us Weekly

Then: Dickens and Dostoevsky; Now: People and Us Weekly

Like 19th-century novelists, today’s gossip weeklies keep their readers waiting for the next scandalous episode.


I Am Woman, Hear Me Blog

I Am Woman, Hear Me Blog

Feminism’s newest battleground is online.


A League of Their Own

A League of Their Own

Harvard, Yale and Princeton’s literary magazines are as unique as their campus cultures.


A Passion for Poetry

A Passion for Poetry

Verse’s long-lived tradition and the magazines that won’t let it die.


Illustrating Man

Illustrating Man

Fred Harper’s hand is behind the illustrations in The Week.


Big Isn’t Always Better

Big Isn’t Always Better

In The Advocate’s case, downsizing may actually spell success.


Friendlier Skies

Friendlier Skies

Why in-flight magazines are surviving — and thriving.


How Does The Economist Do It?

How Does The Economist Do It?

The hottest U.S. newsweekly has an English accent.


Uncovered

Uncovered

How Glamour chose its ‘sexy!’ cover for June.


Dude Reads Like a Lady

Dude Reads Like a Lady

A man’s 8-step guide to reading women’s magazines.


Going Long

Going Long

A distance runner’s story of survival sets a course for active-lifestyle journalism online.


Old Dog, New Tricks

Old Dog, New Tricks

The Atlantic finds reinvention — and tension — online.


A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Pixels

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Pixels

Photographs that used to appear on the pages of Life now have a home online.