Articles tagged magazines

Gay Talese’s Magazine Journalism, Mapped in Full Color

A heavily circulated image of a '60s era magazine article outline says quite a bit about journalist Gay Talese.

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The Demise of Vibe Magazine and the Future of Criticism

With diminishing places for thoughtful criticism, black cultural critics exist as little more than commentators on the Obama White House. Blackness has been reduced to a news cycle.

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8 Oct 2007 // 4:21 AM

Flyer for A Little Poison A Short List of Fake Marx Brothers Clippo Marx, Crimo Marx, Flexxo Marx, Hobo Marx, Croucho Marx, Phobo Marx, Pepso

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6 Jul 2007 // 4:09 AM

American Photo July/August 2007, 93 pages, $4.99 USD By Rachel Smucker Upon reading American Photo, I have, like the little kid who wants to be a lion

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15 Jun 2007 // 4:28 AM

Jane, June/July 2007, 155 pages, $3.99 What kind of women’s magazine skips out on dieting, forgets ab workouts, and leaves makeup by the side of the

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1 Jun 2007 // 3:56 AM

Geek Issue 2, 96 pages, $5.99 Geek is cool. No, really—in an “I’m so uncool I’m cool” kind of way. It doesn’t take an

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18 May 2007 // 5:00 AM

mental_flossMay/June 2007, 72 pages, $4.99 Mental floss? I’d say more like mental fluff. This magazine is full of trivia, and while most of it is

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27 Apr 2007 // 5:26 AM

Is it about art? Fashion? Is it actually about paper? I’m not entirely sure how I should go about answering these questions, as Paper

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20 Apr 2007 // 5:17 AM

If you’re reading Play: The New York Times Sports Magazine, odds are that you’re not a sports addict. A sports addict, after all,

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5 Apr 2007 // 10:00 PM

March 2007, 88 pages, $5.95 USD Paste is exactly as its name implies: a magazine full of bits and pieces, glued together here, stitched there, some ribbons and

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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