As Election Season Heats up, Two Historic Magazines Get New Faces
Katrina vanden Heuvel is stepping down as editor of The Nation after 25 years in the post. (She’ll stay on as publisher and editorial director, working on strategy and with “select writers.”) During her tenure, vanden Heuvel sought to style the progressive magazine as an “early journalistic alert system”—warning against the war in Iraq, corporate oligopolies, and the “Murdochization” of US media—and oversaw significant subscription growth during the presidencies of George W. Bush and Donald Trump.
John F. Kennedy Jr. and George Magazine: A Story of Politics, Love and Loss, 20 Years Later
Nearly two decades after his tragic death, stars, insiders and colleagues — including Cindy Crawford, Robert De Niro, Newt Gingrich and Ann Coulter — recall in an oral history the editor's enthusiasm for bipartisan media and the day it all ended: “He truly believed it would have a positive impact."
Food & Wine's Best New Chefs 2019 Are Decisively Diverse, But Mostly Delicious
A mention on this list and those like it can be revolutionary for a restaurant, and some notable folks that have been featured in the past include household names like Tom Colicchio, Michael Symon, Stephanie Izard, Andrew Carmellini, and David Chang.
Read more in GrubStreet: Here Are Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs of 2019
How Does the Editor in Chief of Bon Appétit Do His Job?
This week, Working returns to Bon Appétit to continue its spontaneous micro-mini season on the people who make the seminal food magazine what it is today. In this episode, Jordan talks to the man running the show, editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport.
Just for Kids: A Fun Trip into Games, Comics, Activities and Stories about Space
A new magazine, Astronomy for Kids, prompts children to look at the stars instead.The special child-focused magazine, on newsstands now, contains 100 pages of games, comics, activities and articles about space and astronomy, from how telescopes work to a glimpse at the stars during every season.