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NYRM Launch Party

NYRM Launch Party

The New York Review of Magazines’ staff launches the publication’s 2010 edition.

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.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

The Front
Hot Shots
Photos that provoked the industry
Mag·a·zine [mag-uh-zeen]: noun
What is a magazine?
Follow the Tweeters
The top 10 publications on Twitter
Eater’s Digest
What if Vogue and Vice had restaurants?
A Decade in Magazines
Memorable moments of the Aughts
Mag Map
Where to buy offbeat titles in the city
Q & A
EW’s movie critic Lisa Schwarzbaum
Party Time
How four mags cut loose
What Is Your Dream [...]

Mag-a-zine [mag-uh-zeen]: noun

What is a magazine? Industry experts, academics and students weigh in.

Filter

Filter

Zachary Sniderman reviews Filter

Contributors

After graduating from Hampton University in 2007, Marvin Anderson worked at The Roanoke Times creating and populating websites, covering public safety and writing for the paper’s burgeoning hyperlocal projects. He has also interned with the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund at the Detroit Free Press and in programs with The New York Times and [...]

Music More Than Myself

Filter tracks the history of northern soul.

Celebrity Weeklies As Serial Novels?

Celebrity zines use serialized storytelling to keep readers craving news.

Got A College Thesis? HuffPo Might Just Print It.

The site recently published a thesis on suicides at Cornell.

Gossip Mill

Gossip Mill

Zack Sniderman just can’t get enough of gossip weeklies.