The old Newsweek building at 444 Madison Avenue, back when Newsweek was on top of the world (journalistically, at least). And then the unfortunate #hashtag slapped on the cover.
I have no doubt that few readers will stick around for the “new chapter,” as Tina calls it (let’s be honest). But this ode to the magazine that was is worth reading, if sad.
Esquire, March 1965
Iconic Newsweek covers from the 60s and 70s. RIP.
what does your bow say about your beau? life magazine, 1944. (via)
An interview with Ann Friedman, former executive editor of GOOD and creator of editor #RealTalk.
#Storyboard goes Foodie! These guys are cooking their way through 815 issues of Gourmet magazine. Check it.
The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, “Are You Mom Enough?” hits newsstands Friday.
(On the cover: Jamie Grumet, 26, and her son, 3, whom she breastfeeds. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)
Read more here.
Whoa. Just… whoa.
FOUND: Important Facts For Smokers Discovered By Science!
Newsweek July 28, 1934
Today in awesome vintage Newsweek covers that need to be posted just because, c/o cleaning out my email: LSD. May 6, 1966. The horror!
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I mean, how can you not love a magazine called The Gentlewoman?
(From the makers of Fantastic Man.)
On the shady underworld of door to door magazine sales teams, in which teens roam the country in vans, con locals with sob stories, party constantly in cheap motels, and leave behind a trail of…