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    Mark Makela/Getty Images A spokesperson for Dr. Mehmet Oz openly insulted a reporter when responding to a story highlighting the Republican’s Pennsylvania Senate race against Democrat John Fetterman. New York Magazine’s Rebecca Traister authored the report, which includes a number of controversial statements from Oz’s campaign about opponent Fetterman, especially in the wake of his stroke. From Traister: Oz, who built a daytime-television empire thanks to Oprah Winfrey and by telling women it’s bad to be fat, is feminizing Fetterman and shaming him for being lazy and overweight. Oz, whose medical research led to Columbia University being fined for cruel experimentation on and the deaths of more than 300 dogs, is running a billboard using the image of a little girl and a puppy to cast Fetterman as some sort of deranged pansy, while repeatedly calling him ‘pro-murderer.’ A spokesperson for Oz actually responded to an inquiry about the reports on past research experiments involving Oz leading to the death of hundreds of dogs. “Suppose you were the dumbest person in the world,” the spokesperson told the reporter. “Now suppose you...
    Condé Nast global chief Anna Wintour was effortlessly elegant as she stepped out in New York yesterday - wearing three different kinds of animal print.  The 72-year-old editor of Vogue donned an eye-catching £1,390 Marni leopard print maxi dress, which she paired with a vintage Burberry maxi trench and crocodile heeled boots.  Meanwhile she ditched her signature sunglasses and instead, donned a slim black waist belt and a statement necklace. One of her assistants appeared to be shielding Anna's famous hair from the New York drizzle as she stepped out of the car. Condé Nast global chief Anna Wintour was effortlessly elegant as she stepped out in New York yesterday - wearing three different kinds of animal print  As ever, Anna's sleek signature bob was coiffed to perfection and her make-up was understated yet still glamourous.  Anna was seen in Midtown, which is known for being a tourist's dream - home to Times Square, Koreatown, The Rockefeller Centre and an array of theatres.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful claims cab... ...
    New York Magazine seems confused over Meghan Markle's role in the Royal Family.  The glossy publication went out of its way to mention her title -Duchess of Sussex - in a tweet on Monday after deleted a posting that only mentioned her by name, according the Daily Star. The social media post from The Cut, the magazine's fashion portal, originally read: 'Presenting our Fall Fashion issue cover star: Meghan Markle.'  It was deleted, according to the Daily Star, and replaced with a tweet that said: 'Presenting our Fall Fashion issue cover star: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.' This tweet from New York Magazine's fashion vertical, The Cut, doesn't mention Meghan Markle's royal title New York Magazine deleted a tweet that did not mention Meghan Markle's royal title and replaced it with one that refers to her as the Duchess of Sussex Both postings professed that she's cut ties with the British royal family, sometimes referred to derisively as 'The Firm.' 'She's left the Firm behind. Harry's found a polo team in Santa Barbara. The kids are doing great,' the pitch...
    Even though the far-left New York Times has given a platform to diversity-obsessed woke scolds, the “paper of record” has just tapped Joe Kahn to be its executive editor — a rich, white Harvard grad from an upper-crust family. Kahn will assume his new position in June and will follow Dean Baquet, the first black executive editor of the New York Times, who led the paper through the Trump years and who helped spark the #MeToo phenomenon with the paper’s expose of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. According to New York Magazine, Kahn will be quite the contrast to Baquet, whose working career began with “mopping the floors of his family’s New Orleans restaurant.” The son of Leo Kahn, founder of the office-supply retail chain Staples, Joe Kahn may actually be the first editor in the paper’s history to have more wealth than the “Sulzberger who owns it,” as noted by reporter Shawn McCreesh. “Kahn, a fabulously wealthy Bostonian, is, arguably, a throwback to a more patrician leader of the paper,” noted the mag. “On the surface, he seems more akin to Bill Keller, the...
    As the new head honcho of the The New York Times, Joe Kahn can expect a fair degree of public flack.   But being likened to a Playboy cover star and roasted for posing seductively in his socks probably wasn't the first fire thought he'd be putting out.   Kahn, 57, has been savaged by Twitter users after posing for a profile for New York Magazine's Intelligencer where he is seen sitting on the floor next to a chair with his shoes off but wearing a buttoned-up shirt and tie, with the newspaper sprawled out in front of him.  Next to the paper sits a mug with a Chinese symbol on the front of it.  The photo, taken by Chris Buck, was included in the profile and shared on Twitter on Wednesday.   New York Times editor Joe Kahn is shown in this image from a profile in New York Magazine, posing for an interview to announce his new role at the newspaper  Immediately, Kahn was compared to Zoolander and George Costanza in the infamous Seinfeld episode where he poses in his underwear...
    Jon Cherry/Getty Images) New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait opined on Monday that it is time for progressives to come to terms with the fact that mass school closures throughout the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond were “catastrophic.” School closures of course resulted in mental health and other crises for young people, so much so that by early 2021, some were sounding the alarm about an increase in suicides among teens. Axios reported in February of 2021, “Hospitals have seen a significant increase in mental health emergencies among children, and federal officials have acknowledged that prolonged school closures have deprived students of both formal services and simple human interaction.” The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has even taken up the issue of prolonged school closures, noting: School closures carry high social and economic costs for people across communities. Their impact however is particularly severe for the most vulnerable and marginalized boys and girls and their families. The resulting disruptions exacerbate already existing disparities within the education system but also in other aspects of their lives....
    Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter. Yesterday, after two and a half years of negotiating with magazine management and just hours after Bernie Sanders announced his support for its members, New York magazine’s union announced it had “finally (finally!!!!!!) reached an agreement in principle with management” for the first time in the publication’s 54-year history. “More to come soon, but for now we are so incredibly proud of and grateful for our incredible members,” the union tweeted, “(and Bernie).” “I stand in solidarity with @NYMagUnion workers,” Sanders had said. “Management must come to the table and agree to a fair contract now.” The union’s 130-plus editorial workers have actualized in an agreement the bargaining power accrued across the NewsGuild of New York—which also represents workers at the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Daily Beast, BuzzFeed News, and the Nation. And it comes as corporate consolidation accelerates across digital publishing. Vox Media, which owns New York magazine, announced it’s buying Group Nine Media; the combined company is...
    Kanye West's rumored new flame Julia Fox penned a short article about her first two dates with the rapper, which included a trip to New York City. Detailing their 'instant connection' after meeting in Miami on New Year’s Eve to Interview Magazine, the actress, 31, described the 44-year-old Grammy winner's generosity and 'fun' energy.  'He had me and my friends laughing, dancing, and smiling all night. We decided to keep the energy going and fly back to New York City to see Slave Play,' she gushed.  Romantic: Kanye West's rumored new flame Julia Fox penned a short article about her first two dates with the rapper, which included a trip to New York City; seen together on Tuesday night in Greenwich Village View this post on Instagram A post shared by Interview Magazine (@interviewmag) The Uncut Gems star continued: 'Ye’s flight landed at six and the play was at seven and he was there ON TIME. I was impressed. After the play we chose to do dinner at Carbone which is one of my favorite restaurants.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    New York Magazine became the latest news publication to argue in favor of price controls in a new article on Sunday. In his "Who’s Afraid of Price Controls?" article, contributing writer Eric Levitz offered up price controls as an "unorthodox" measure to combat inflation issues that are "depressing living standards, sowing financial anxiety, and raising the poll numbers of America’s increasingly anti-democratic opposition party." MEDIA AND BIDEN ADMINISTRATION COVER UP THESE THREE SCANDALS IN ‘SCANDAL-FREE’ YEAR  FILE PHOTO: Price tags are pictured at a Ralphs grocery store, which is owned by Kroger Co, ahead of company results in Pasadena, California U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/File Photo (Reuters) "All of which is to say: The government’s broadly accepted, normal tools for managing inflation aren’t so great," Levitz continued. "This is indispensable context for any debate over broadly dismissed unorthodox tools for managing inflation such as price controls." Levitz’ referenced a similar article from The Guardian that argued in favor of price controls as a solution for inflation. While Levitz similarly promoted price controls, he acknowledged that Isabella Weber made...
    New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait was roasted on Tuesday for mocking an effort to help drivers stranded in an unprecedented traffic jam along Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia.  Thousands were stranded, or stuck in slow-moving traffic, after a winter storm dumped up to a foot of snow and toppled trees across the region Monday. I-95 was closed northbound and southbound between Exits 104 and 152 leading up to the Washington, D.C., metro area and there are reports of drivers being trapped on the icy roads for more than 24 hours, such as Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, D. DRIVERS TRAPPED ON VIRGINIA INTERSTATE AS TEMPERATURES DROPPED DURING THE OVERNIGHT  New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait was roasted for mocking an effort to help drivers stranded in an unprecedented traffic jam along Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia.  (https://twitter.com/jonathanchait) The Reagan Battalion, a conservative group, tried to help with its verified Twitter account that has nearly 100,000 followers.  "PLEASE RETWEET," the Reagan Battalion wrote. "Stuck on the I-95 in Virginia and are in need of food, water, pampers for babies or warming...
    New York Magazine is using its cover photo to celebrate a woman who cut off her breasts and had a tube of flesh from her leg surgically added to her groin. The article by author Gabriel Mac is headlined: “My Penis, Myself; I didn’t need a penis to be a man. But I needed one to be me.” The display is a visceral and anti-female rejection of women and their bodies, says a barrage of comments from stunned women. “Most of us have had a body dysmorphia & traumatic sexual experience & now we’re seeing an abandonment of womanhood celebrated as the solution,” tweeted Sall Grover, the CEO of a social media company for women. “It’s too sad to comprehend,” she tweeted. “It is not true you can change your sex — it’s just not true,” said Natasha Chart, a professional adviser for non-profit groups. So the surgery and the long-term health care burden cannot be a solution for the unfair civic and sexual pressures that are pushing so many young people to try to change their sex with knives, she...
    New York Magazine has unleashed a wave of Twitter mockery after it was reported that the publication was producing a book of laudatory essays honoring Rep Alexandria Ocasio Cortez.  The book, titled Take Up Space: The Unprecedented AOC, is being published by Simon & Shuster. It is scheduled to be released on February 1, 2022. The publisher's website describes the upcoming book as 'an engaging, all-encompassing biography of Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez... that explores her explosive rise and impact on the future of American culture and politics.' 'Elaborate parody': Twitter users lashed out at New York Magazine Monday after it was reported that some of its writers and editors are producing this collection of essays paying tribute to Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez  The 400-page hardcover volume, which will retail for $28, will feature a series of essays penned by New York Magazine's 'top-tier' writers and editors paying tribute 'one of the most prominent political and cultural stars in recent memory.' According to Simon & Shuster's website, the book will include an opening essay 'about AOC’s unprecedented position in...
    New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait claimed in a new essay that opposing President Joe Biden was essentially the same as supporting authoritarianism taking hold in the U.S. In a piece published Wednesday, Chait argued there was "no form of Republican politics" consistent with democracy, and that the party under former President Donald Trump was "an authoritarian project." "The Republican party is presumptively a vehicle for Trump's authoritarian ambitions," Chait wrote, citing an argument by a former anti-Trump Republican advisor. "Anything advancing the Republican party is a vehicle for Trump's attack on the Constitution." "Biden leads the governing party," he added. "Trump is the leader of the opposition. To oppose the one is to support the other." NBC'S CHUCK TODD SUGGESTS TRUMP IS TO BLAME FOR THE MEDIA NOT PUTTING A ‘SPOTLIGHT’ ON DEM ‘PROBLEMS’ In what appeared to be a comparison of Trump to former German leader Adolf Hitler, Chait claimed that anyone who supported the Republican party's normal political operations, including open Trump critics, would be "throwing lit matches around the kindling of Trump's next Reichstag fire."  The...
    Model Ella Emhoff was spotted walking hand-in-hand with GQ editor Sam Hine during New York Fashion Week, just weeks after she confirmed the romance in a magazine interview. The pair were pictured outside of Thom Browne's Spring 2022 showcase on Saturday. Emhoff walked the runway for Proenza Schouler on Wednesday, but is apparently taking some time off to enjoy other shows. The fashion darling, 22, confirmed her relationship with Hine in an August interview with Vanity Fair, where she describes her 'perfect date as a stop at the market, buying the wackiest produce, and figuring out what to cook with it.'   Ella Emhoff (right) and Sam Hine were pictured smiling and holding hands on Saturday during New York Fashion Week The pair were spotted leaving the Thom Browne Spring 2022 show Emhoff, the step-daughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, is a model and art school graduate She gained prominence after her outfits during inauguration events in January, and singed to IMG Models that same month, making her runway debut weeks later RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait seems to be laying the prospects of a "failed" Biden presidency completely at the feet of Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V.  In a piece published Thursday, bluntly titled "Joe Manchin Has Put Biden’s Presidency in Mortal Danger," Chait blasted the moderate Democrat's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal for opposing the $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill being pushed by his Democratic colleagues.  MANCHIN RIPS REPORTERS FOR FILIBUSTER OBSESSION: ‘YOU ASK THE SAME QUESTION EVERY DAY’ "He is not ruling out voting for a bill in the end, but he is exposing Biden’s prospects to fatal danger," Chait warned. "The greatest danger posed by Manchin’s pause gambit is that it will wreck the carefully negotiated strategy Democratic leaders have crafted." Chait dismissed Manchin's concerns of inflation and suggested that his negotiation tactics will likely "provoke distrust" among lawmakers.  Video"Delay creates the impression of dysfunction, making Biden and Congress less popular, in turn reducing the popularity of any bill they pass, in turn making Congress more reluctant to support it," Chait wrote. "Even if Manchin doesn’t want...
    A New York Magazine writer's argument that the media is worse overall for President Joe Biden than it was for his predecessor raised eyebrows on the right Thursday. While acknowledging a liberal bias in the mainstream media, writer Jonathan Chait argued the mainstream media's sharp coverage of Biden's chaotic Afghanistan troop pullout showed the press is more difficult overall on Democrats, while Republicans like former President Donald Trump can safely rely on a supportive conservative media ecosystem. "Over the last week, the media has hammered Joe Biden with relentlessly critical coverage of his pullout from Afghanistan, resulting in noticeable drops in his approval ratings," Chait wrote. "Put aside for a moment whether this reflects failures by Biden or biases by the media. One conclusion we can draw is that this sort of dynamic is a regular feature of Democratic presidencies, and — as the Trump administration showed — a near impossibility during Republican ones." Biden has faced some of the harshest media coverage of his young presidency over his handling of the Afghanistan pullout and rapid Taliban takeover of the country, but he's also enjoyed...
    More from: Cindy Adams A new Mary Tyler Moore documentary is coming to TV Why NYC is still No. 1 Dwayne The Rock Johnsons ex-wife helps SI forget loss of minor league team Kathleen Turner to star in Richard Nixon HBO series Patti LaBelle is always ready to cook on the go All under NYC’s big tent New York Magazine is NYC’s thermometer. Begun 1968 in a little room with 18 people. Now there’s 207. Editor David Haskell says: “New York’s a circus — 50 square miles of high-pressured drama, tension, conflict, posturing, vanity, shame, anger in the most metropolitan area on Earth. All larger than life characters. Their tensions, powers, struggles, ambition is what we’re covering. “Best are dinner parties. Hanging with friends. Listening in. Hearing how life’s talked about. We also steal stories from the Times and The Post. The tabloid perspective’s a personality. It’s alive. “Tuesday 11 a.m.’s our weekly meeting. Pitching a story’s not just saying ‘let’s do a piece on air conditioners.’ Yeah — but what?! Fixing them, they too expensive, bad for the planet? What? The...
    More On: porn Moan-a Lisa: Louvre to sue Pornhub for alleged X-rated art theft How the internet stole my face — then used it to sell porn Porn star Dahlia Sky dead at 31 amid mystery: Mourned as ‘beautiful soul’ Disgraced cop busted sniffing coke off model’s breasts now doing OnlyFans porn Major news sites like the Washington Post, New York Magazine and Huffington Post got infiltrated with hardcore porn, apparently after a now-defunct video-hosting site was acquired by a smut company. On Thursday afternoon, Twitter user @dox_gay screen-grabbed and blurred out some of the images that appeared alongside serious news articles, including a 2015 story from NY Mag about John Boehner’s “creepy kissy face.” Porn was likewise displayed alongside a 2017 HuffPost article about Martin Shkreli being permanently banned from Twitter, as well as a 2015 piece from Uproxx about Donald Trump coping with a heckler at a CNN GOP debate. According to Vice, which first reported on the @dox_gay tweets Thursday, the images included explicit thumbnails for videos with titles like “Naughty Spy Girls 2,” and “Bottoms Up Brianna,” mostly on archival stories dating from 2014...
    Critics are slamming an essay published in New York Times Magazine this week that took aim at anti-critical race theory laws being signed into law across the country.  In the piece published on Tuesday titled, "The War on History Is a War on Democracy," Yale University history professor Timothy Snyder compared opposition to CRT to Russian "memory laws" that essentially erased blemishes in the nation's past.  "This spring, memory laws arrived in America. Republican state legislators proposed dozens of bills designed to guide and control American understanding of the past. As of this writing, five states (Idaho, Iowa, Tennessee, Texas and Oklahoma) have passed laws that direct and restrict discussions of history in classrooms. The Department of Education of a sixth (Florida) has passed guidelines with the same effect. Another 12 state legislatures are still considering memory laws," Synder wrote.  MSNBC'S JOY REID INVITES CHRISTOPHER RUFO TO DEBATE CRITICAL RACE THEORY, BARELY ALLOWS HIM TO SPEAK He argued, "History is not therapy, and discomfort is part of growing up… Teachers in high schools cannot exclude the possibility that the history...
    Getty Rachel Lindsay of The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay had a bone to pick with New York magazine. The former star of “The Bachelorette” reacted to a headline published by the outlet after she penned a powerful op-ed about her experience on the ABC dating franchise. In a post shared to Instagram,  Lindsay wrote that the magazine “decided to misrepresent” her and her words with the headline chosen for the story after she worked “closely” with editors on her piece about Bachelor Nation. The essay, published online by Vulture, was titled “Rachel Lindsay Has No More Roses Left to Burn.” The headline on the magazine’s cover featured a close-up of Lindsay’s face with the headline: “Oops, I Blew Up The Bachelor,” per People. Lindsay wrote that she was disappointed that the headline was in “stark contrast” to the context of her essay, and she accused the outlet of using a “clickbait headline.” “My truth and my thoughts are told on the inside of the magazine which I am very proud of and hope you all read,” she wrote to her followers....
    Rachel Lindsay in 2021. Matt Winkelmeyer/2021 MTV Movie and TV Awards/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS Rachel Lindsay criticized the headline of her New York Magazine article in an Instagram post. "Those are not my words nor are they a reflection of how I feel," Lindsay wrote in the post. She called the headline "clickbait" and said it was "very disappointing and disrespectful."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rachel Lindsay called out New York Magazine for the "clickbait headline" used on the print version of her recent cover story. Lindsay, who penned a personal essay for the publication about her experience with the "Bachelor" franchise," took to Instagram to share her thoughts on the headline, which reads "Oops, I blew up 'The Bachelor'" and appears on the cover of the June 21 print edition of the magazine.  "While it was a very collaborative experience, they decided to misrepresent me with the headline that was chosen for the cover," the reality star and lawyer wrote. (The online version of the headline currently reads: "Rachel Lindsay has no roses left...
    More from: Keith J. Kelly Baseball Digest gets new owner — its third in 79 years Union turmoil erupts at Daily News owner as Alden Global Capital pushes buyouts Roughly 120 Hearst staffers opt for buyouts, sources say Publishers Weekly to renew US Book Show for 2022 Daily News spinoff stirs anxiety after Alden takeover Choire Sicha, who stepped down as the head of the New York Times’ influential Styles section in April — ostensibly to take a job as a development editor in the Gray Lady’s nascent newsletter division — has bolted to New York Magazine. Sicha tweeted on Monday that he will be editor-at-large for the magazine run by editor-in-chief David Haskell starting on Aug. 1. “I’m excited to say that now we’re going to [work together] and I truly wish him the best when I arrive in August. Good luck with me, David! No questions! The development has raised more than a few eyebrows given the puzzling circumstances around Sicha’s surprise exit on April 19 from the high-profile job. “Seems like the whole thing...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The editors of Food & Wine magazine are out with their list of the best pizza states in America. The top three all come from the Tri-State Area, but New Yorkers may not be happy about the results. READ MORE: Battle Of The Bagels: New Yorkers Dismiss Article Claiming California Has Better Bagels As ‘Completely Ridiculous’ At the top of Food & Wine’s list is New Jersey, followed by Connecticut, and New York comes in at number three. READ MORE: Esquire Magazine Names 20 Tri-State Restaurants ‘America Can’t Afford To Lose’ During Pandemic Some fun facts about pizza in the Tri-State Area: The first pizzeria in America was in New York. Most historians agree that it was Lombardia’s on Spring Street, but there is debate over who owned it and when it actually opened. New York might have the first pizzeria, but Connecticut has the most pizzerias, according to employment website Zippia. Many food critics say New Jersey has the most variety of pies, including in Trenton where they don’t even call it pizza, they...
    A North Carolina man faces four federal charges after two people who knew him spotted his image in a New York Times Magazine social media post and notified the FBI.  According to a statement of facts attached to a federal criminal complaint filed Friday, one of the tipsters believed Stephen Ethan Horn, of Wake Forest, “was inside the U.S. Capitol as a journalist, but was not aware of HORN having any media credentials.” The New York Times Magazine post is still online, though viewers have to flip through the several images to find the one which prosecutors say shows Horn:   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The New York Times Magazine (@nytmag) Later, the FBI downloaded a two-hour-long video from Horn’s Facebook page which Horn allegedly recorded while walking through the besieged building. “I was in DC today when the capitol was stormed,” said a post attached to the video. The URL for Horn’s page, which is listed in federal court papers, was viewed Saturday by Law&Crime. The video referenced by federal prosecutors...
    New York : Singer Demi lovato continues to delve into the dramas and miseries that have been happening throughout his life since he achieved fame in his teens and within the Disney factory. On the occasion of the premiere of his most recent documentary, ‘Dancing with the Devil’, in which she openly reflects on the effects of that overdose that almost cost her her life in 2018, the interpreter has not hesitated to publicly look back to establish connections between her drug abuse, as well as other behavioral problems, and those “traumas” that explain such painful consequences. In his latest interview, the pop star has revealed that the levels of fame and scrutiny he accumulated in the late 2000s, when he had already established himself as one of the most beloved figures of the children’s television audience, ended up leading to a post traumatic stress syndrome whose effects became more and more noticeable over the years. This “hypervigilance”, as she has defined it herself when referring to the harassment of the most sensationalist press or the obsession of certain...
    New York Magazine reacted to the Tuesday shootings in Atlanta by wondering aloud if the heinous acts would put gun control over the top. NY Mag’s column began by tracing the route of gun control to this point. They noted the House passed H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446 last week. H.R. 8 is universal background check legislation and NY Mag observed: “The last time legislation aimed at the gun-show loophole made it to the Senate floor — in a 2015 compromise proposal supported by [Sens.] Joe Manchin [D-WV] and Pat Toomey [R-PA] with a “family friend” exception for gun sales — it won only four Republican votes, counting Toomey’s, despite overwhelming bipartisan public support. NY Mag then noted, “So long as the filibuster stays in place, there is no reasonable hope that enough Republicans will support any sort of firearms bill unless it’s somehow blessed by the gun lobby as pro Second Amendment.” They then threw the Atlanta shooting into the equation and asked, “Will the fresh violence in Atlanta change the calculus in Washington?” NY Mag concluded by suggesting that gun...
    New York : It seems that the love of Jennifer López and Alex Rodríguez could not with the rumors. Photo: Alex Wong. / . A source close to Jennifer Lopez has broken the silence and assures that the singer had been weighing the possibility of ending her relationship with Alex Rodriguez. According to the informant, “The Diva of the Bronx”, He is no longer happy with the former Yankees player, the exact word he used to describe JLo’s feelings was “unhappy”, as reported by People en Español magazine. They say that JLo and Arod are not separated because they still love each other. He even assures that the couple “has a lot to lose” if the separation becomes effective. But the loss would not only be on an emotional level, due to the ties that have already been created between Jennifer’s children and Alex’s, but also on an economic level, because this pair has many investments together. The informant has detailed to People magazine what are these investments that the couple have in common: Hims...
    New York : Laura Flores remembers that 7 years ago she lived difficult moments for having posed for Playboy magazine in 1991, because her daughter Maria was victim of bullying at school. “She was in middle school and it turns out that there were a few kids who realized that I had been in Playboy and they started bullying my daughter with this‘. It was a very sad experience for María, for my daughter, because she didn’t know how to deal with it and I, Laura, didn’t know either. But it hurt a lot to see the long-term consequences; I mean, I didn’t realize it at the time, but then I said ‘God of my life! When would I have imagined that this was going to hurt my daughter!“. The protagonist of “Autumn Skin” was completely honest with her heir. “The explanation I gave my daughter was as simple as saying ‘I offer you an apology because when I made them, you were not born, you were not programmed, nor did I know your father, but I have to...
    New York : Karol G and Anuel AA they finished. It seems that the separation fever is hitting the celebrities. The first bomb of the year was the separation of Jennifer López and Alex Rodríguez, who, like the babies, ended their relationship two years after starting their respective love stories. About Jennifer and Alex It is said that everything has been due to the former player’s infidelity with Madison LeCroy. In the case of Karol G and Anuel, no one really knows what could have caused the separation, but a source close to the couple has confirmed the news to People en Español magazine. There are those who affirm that this has been a natural process, that they simply ran out of love. A source assured People en Español magazine that even when their personal lives take separate directions, at work they will continue to be very close. Since soon they will release a song together, and thus they plan to continue collaborating. From his romance his fans have left “Secret”, a song that tells, to some extent, how...
    (CNN)A former New York capitol beat reporter penned a first-person piece for New York Magazine, where she described what it was like covering Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2014, alleging multiple instances of sexual harassment. Jessica Bakeman, now a reporter at WLRN in Miami, wrote that she was 25 years old when she was covering Cuomo, and alleged that he often touched her without her consent -- "on my arms, my shoulders, the small of my back, my waist" -- and described one incident in 2014 at a holiday party at the Executive Mansion where he took her hand, put his arm around her, his hand on her waist and held her "firmly in place." It's the latest allegation of inappropriate behavior against Cuomo, who has been called upon to resign from leading Democratic lawmakers. An investigation into his conduct led by the New York attorney general's office is underway. Schumer joins congressional Democrats call for Cuomo to resignBakeman added that Cuomo did this "while indicating to a photographer he wanted us to pose for a picture." She said he...
    New York magazine has apparently soured on embattled Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo after previously hailing him as a "trusted voice" during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.  The magazine broke its latest cover story Friday about the abusive nature of the Cuomo administration. It also published a piece by Jessica Bakeman, a former Albany-based reporter who alleged Cuomo inappropriately touched her.  Bakeman is the seventh accuser to allege sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior by the governor. "Andrew Cuomo’s governorship has been defined by cruel behavior that disguised chronic mismanagement. Why was that celebrated for so long?" New York tweeted with a menacing image of the governor on its cover.  CUOMO BAFFLES CRITICS BY CLAIMING HE'S 'NOT PART OF THE POLITICAL CLUB' However, the liberal publication had previously "celebrated" the Democrat. As pointed out by New York Post reporter Jon Levine, the magazine's Intelligencer vertical tweeted back in October, "@NYGovCuomo has become one of the most trusted American voices on the pandemic." "You can hear this whiplash from space," Levine reacted to the magazine's sharp reversal.  At the time, the governor was promoting his new book...
    More from: Keith J. Kelly Booksellers were unprepared for Dr. Seuss ban as sales skyrocket US efforts to force Google, Facebook to pay for news gain steam Conde Nast taps Gideon Lichfield to head Wired magazine John Catsimatidis ponders another run at New York Daily News Facebook exec withdraws from race for LA Times top editor post The New York Times has walked away from efforts to stop Time magazine from using the “Time 100 Talks” name for the series of discussions it hosts with influential people, Media Ink has learned. The Gray Lady withdrew its complaint on Feb. 26 — just four months after claiming that the name infringed on the trademark of its own live-event series “TimesTalks.” Court documents show the newspaper agreed to drop the case “with prejudice” meaning the case can’t be refiled. Sources say no money changed hands and Time magazine will continue to use the “Time 100 Talks” name to promote its talks with high-profile people. In fact, Time president and editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal posted interviews with comedian Sacha Baron Cohen,...
    New York : After the multiple scandals in which his current partner is involved, Ninel Conde has launched an investigation independent to get to the bottom of the scandals and legal issues in which Larry Ramos is involved. A friend of Ninel’s was interviewed by the Mexican entertainment magazine TVNotes and said that she finally opened her eyes and has dedicated herself to investigating on her own what shady deals her husband has done and has even sought to have a relationship with Alejandra Guzman. “Finally he took off the blindfold and he is losing twenty of what his friends, family, fans and even you, the media, told him that he was wrong when choosing Larry as a couple, because he is involved in many scams and scandals. ”The source told the magazine. And it seems that Conde believed that everything was something produced by his ex-partner, Giovanni medina, with whom she is in a legal battle for the custody of her son, but even so she began to doubt and wanted to get to the bottom of her...
    New York : Cardi B in a presentation of the Adult Video News Awards 2019. Photo: Ethan Miller. / . Once again the rapper Cardi B He repeated his feat of being naked without any shame. This time he did it for the cover of Interview Magazine. Without even a garment, the wife of Offset he wore golden knee-high boots and also covered his intimate areas with your arms and the hand. Obviously, the reactions were immediate and in a matter of minutes, the images had thousands of comments. The singer of “Wap”Had a conversation with his colleague Mariah Carey. In it, she said that, although she is always pigeonholed in some category, she can relate to women studied and women who have not. I add that he has no problem relating to any type of person. On the internal pages of the publication, the rapper is seen on all fours also showing much of its attributes. Obviously, the hair extensions, as well as her huge nails were present during the photo shoot. There’s...
    Ella Emhoff appeared on the cover of Dust. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Ella Emhoff, 21, was featured on the cover of Dust Magazine on Friday.  She debuted at Proenza Schouler's New York Fashion Week show one day before. Emhoff, Vice President Kamala Harris' stepdaughter, received praise for her inauguration style.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ella Emhoff has debuted as a cover girl. Emhoff, the stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, was featured on the cover of Dust Magazine's Spring 2021 issue.  The triumph came after Emhoff signed with IMG Models in January and only one day after she made her runway debut at New York Fashion Week. In a photo unveiled Friday, the 21-year-old paired a patchwork knit sweater she designed with  a Gucci cotton shirt and a sleeveless turtleneck from The Row. Her notable curls were slicked back and her glasses absent.  A post shared by DUST MAGAZINE (@dustmagazine)   Emhoff, who's emerged as the White House's style icon, is a New York City resident and currently focused on knitwear at Parsons School of...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Peter G. Davis, the longtime classical music critic of New York Magazine, has died at age 84. Davis died Saturday of Mount Sinai West Hospital in New York after a brief illness, said Scott Parris, his husband since 2009 and partner for 41 years. Davis had sustained a stroke in 2018. Davis was New York's music critic for 26 years until the position was eliminated in 2007. Born in Concord, Massachusetts, Davis grew up in Lincoln and Cambridge. He was a 1958 graduate of Harvard who majored in music and received a master's degree from Columbia in composition in 1972. Davis was classical music editor of the Sunday arts and leisure pages for The New York Times in the 1970s and '80s. He also wrote for The Times of London, Musical America, High Fidelity and Opera News. Davis authored the 1987 book: “The American Opera Singer: The Lives and Adventures of America’s Great Singers in Opera and Concert, from 1825 to the Present." A memorial will be planned after the coronavirus pandemic eases, Parris said. Copyright...
    New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait has accused Hollywood of engaging in a McCarthy-esque crusade against conservatives after actress Gina Carano was fired from Disney.  Chait weighed in on the controversy in an essay for the Intelligencer in which he argued there was no 'principled distinction' between the Hollywood blacklist in the 1950s and Carano's termination.   The 38-year-old conservative actress was dismissed from her role in The Mandalorian and dropped by her talent agency this week after sharing a social media post comparing the current political climate to the Nazi era. Carano was accused of antisemitism after she argued that hating people over their political views was hardly different to the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany. New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait (left) said there is no distinction between the Hollywood blacklist in the 1950s and actress Gina Carano's firing Carano was fired by Disney after she posted an Instagram story in which she likened the experience of Jews during the Holocaust to the current U.S. political climate. Lucasfilm called the post 'abhorrent and unacceptable' Chait, who...
    New York : Jennifer Lopez. Photo: Frazer Harrison / . Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez, who does not stop surprising his admirers with the latest in fashion, this time he has left them open-mouthed with his new short-haired image on the cover of the March “Allure” magazine. The artist had everyone accustomed to her lush hair and although she has previously worn her hair short to the nape of her neck, the change to the style “pixie”(Very short, in the style of British supermodel Twiggy) in honey color, it attracts attention, made by her inseparable stylist, Chris Appleton. In what will be the 30th anniversary of the magazine, which for the fourth time has the “diva from The Bronx” on its cover, the 51-year-old artist stares at the camera, her hair looks wet, she wears natural makeup and some gigantic earrings. The Puerto Rican star, whom millions saw during the swearing-in of new President Joe Biden, in whose campaign he participated in the route to the White House, spoke with “Allure” about various topics, including...
    New York : Larry Flynt with models. Photo: Frederick M. Brown / . Larry Flynt, one of the leading figures in the pornographic industry, died this Wednesday in Los Angeles. The “King of porn” became very popular after founding the pornographic magazine “Hustler” in 1974, with which he started an empire in the sex industry in which he lived all kinds of lawsuits, trials, imprisonments and an assassination attempt in 1978. His life was documented in the film “The People vs. Larry Flynt ”(1996), starring Woody Harrelson in the role of the well-known businessman, with whom he won an Oscar nomination. Of humble origins, Flynt (Kentucky, 1942), opened his first strip club in 1964. It was the first in a series of venues he opened across the United States that reinforced his brand in the sex industry. In 1974 he began to publish his pornography magazine, “Hustler”, which soon reached a circulation of 2 million copies. The magazine rose to fame after publishing in 1975 images of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis bathing naked in Greeceas the...
    More On: media ink Digital media survivors’ urge to merge Oops! Star and In Touch run advertorials as news Fashion ‘bible’ WWD loses two top editors amid COVID pandemic woes Debate brews ahead of meeting to possibly rescind New Yorker award Roughly 100 staffers of The New Yorker magazine walked off their jobs on Thursday in protest of pay disparities. The walkout started at 6 a.m. Thursday and included copywriters, web production staff and other union employees. It’s scheduled to last until 6 a.m. on Friday and didn’t include bylined staff writers, who aren’t members of the union. Still, the protest stands to interrupt production of the prestigious title helmed by longtime editor-in-chief David Remnick, including its digital platform. And it suggests trouble brewing over contract talks between the union, News Guild of New York, and management at the Conde Nast-owned weekly as they continue to hash out a proposal by the union to boost wages. The union on Thursday cited the magazine’s “ongoing failure to bargain in good faith and offensive and unacceptable response to the...
    New York : Kamala Harris. Photo: ETIENNE LAURENT / EFE The cover of Kamala harris in the February issue of Vogue has raised blisters, both because of the casual outfit that the current vice president-elect of the U.S as for the digital retouching that would have been done to the image to lighten its skin tone. The magazine has had no choice but to face the criticism that is raining down on the way in which it has portrayed the first black woman to hold that position – with brand sneakers Converse and a white T-shirt – to clarify that the choice of a casual wardrobe was deliberate. “The entire Vogue team loved the photos Tyler Mitchell took and we believed the more casual one captured the authentic and approachable nature of the VP-elect, which we consider to be the hallmark of the Joe Biden / Harris administration.”, has indicated the edition of the magazine. Since publication they have also emphasized that the digital edition shows Harris dressed in a much more sober blue suit...
    New York : Kamala Harris was convinced that she could challenge the Republican. Photo: Drew Angerer / . The cover of Kamala Harris in the February issue of Vogue has raised blisters both for the casual outfit worn by the current vice president-elect of the United States and for the digital retouching that would have been done to the image to lighten your skin tone. The magazine has had no choice but to face the criticism that is raining down on the way it has portrayed the first black woman to hold that position – with Converse brand sneakers and a white T-shirt – to clarify that the choice of a casual wardrobe was deliberate. Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is our February cover star! Making history was the first step. Now Harris has an even more monumental task: to help heal a fractured America — and lead it out of crisis. Read the full profile: https://t.co/W5BQPTH7AU pic.twitter.com/OCFvVqTlOk – Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) January 10, 2021 “The entire Vogue team loved the photos that Tyler Mitchell...
    The White House press corps is not done congratulating itself for its work covering President Trump's administration. There was still time for one more photoshoot. Seven high-profile reporters posed for a masked-up picture for New York Magazine, as part of an article published Tuesday with the headline, "The Beleaguered Chroniclers of the Trump White House." "As familiar as we all are with Trump’s contempt for the media, only a select few have shared the experience of being in the room or in the Air Force One cabin or of shouting over the helicopter in the Rose Garden to see the circus up close. It creates a bond," NY Mag's Olivia Nuzzi wrote. CNN'S APRIL RYAN SUGGESTS JOURNALISTS SHOULDN'T EXPOSE BIDEN'S CONTRADICTIONS, USE LEAKED RECORDINGS Among the featured reporters were The Grio's April Ryan, whose pinned Twitter thread explains why she does not cover the Trump administration objectively, and PBS Newshour's Yamiche Alcindor, who was recently panned for enthusiastically passing along a description of President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees as "The Avengers." Several in the group who have seen their followings explode the past four years have published books....
    The New York Times is suing Time magazine over its “Time100 Talks” events, saying their name infringes on the trademark of its own live-event series “TimesTalks.” The magazine has run a red-carpet event called “Time 100” in conjunction with a print issue and its website for years, highlighting the most influential people in the world in entertainment, politics, religion, science and tech. This year, the magazine boosted the event by interviewing people on its list under the moniker “Time100 Talks.” The effort is part of the plan by Time’s tech billionaire owner Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne, who bought the magazine from Meredith for $190 million in September 2018 to expand the franchise with live events, TV shows and other offerings. But in a suit filed last week, the NYT is objecting to the name. “TimesTalks has been a registered trademark that The New York Times Company has owned and used for more than 20 years for its live journalism event,” a spokeswoman for NYT said. “It’s clear to  us that the similarity of these two names will cause...
    Fox News’ “Media Buzz” host Howard Kurtz feels The New York Times needs to cover President-elect Joe Biden fairly, instead of fawning over the Democrat, if the paper wants to re-establish itself as a credible news organization. Kurtz joined “American’s Newsroom” on Thursday to discuss a scathing New York magazine piece that examined the “open secret” that the paper is “published by and for coastal liberals” and questioned if it “can again become the paper of record," while pointing out that several staffers agreed with Bari Weiss' infamous resignation letter painting the once-proud paper as toxic workplace with leftist viewpoints. SEVERAL NEW YORK TIMES STAFFERS AGREED WITH BARI WEISS' SCATHING RESIGNATION LETTER, REPORT CLAIMS “When even the liberal New York magazine is calling The New York Times ‘the paper of the resistance,’ that tells you something about the climate,” Kurtz said. New York contributing editor Reeves Wiedeman detailed the Times’ liberal staffers who lost it earlier this year when their paper published an op-ed by Sen. Tom Cotton headlined “Send in the Troops” at the height of nationwide protests following the death of George...
    Star journalists who once drew readers to legacy publications are launching their own direct-to-reader newsletters because they no longer want to pander to 'woke' readers and staff members. In an article for AirMail, New York-based David Freedlander explained how writers including conservative writer Andrew Sullivan, formerly of New York magazine, believe many mainstream publications are no longer a place for robust debate and top bosses expect writers 'to toe a line on topics such as race, gender, and sexuality'. Dissenting voices are silenced in fear of upsetting younger members of staff, Freedlander claimed. Writers whose stories do see the light of day live in fear of being 'canceled' or attacked online. It is why some industry heavy-hitters have migrated to self-publishing platform Substack, which allows writers to send digital newsletters directly to readers' inboxes. Some industry heavy-hitters are choosing to self-publish on Substack, a platform that allows writers to send digital newsletters directly to readers' inboxes. Among them is Glenn Greenwald, pictured, who last week quit online publication The Intercept Founded in 2017 by Chris Best, Jairaj Sethi, and...
    Forbes Magazine Estimates New York Giants’ Value at $4.3 Billion By: John Fennelly September 10, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Giants are gaining in value even though there’s a pandemic going on and revenues are sure to suffer. You would be wrong to assume that. NFL Team values are up 7% from last year and there are now four teams valued over $4 billion according to Forbes Magazine: Dallas Cowboys: $5.7 billion New England Patriots: $4.4 billion New York Giants: $4.3 billion Los Angeles Rams: $4 billion From Forbes: “Last season, NFL franchises posted $477 million of revenue, on average, and generated $109 million of operating income per team, trouncing the NBA ($70 million), MLB ($50 million) and NHL ($25 million). That helped the league start this season with scant debt relative to team values, despite some $10 billion of credit that it can make available to teams at cheaper rates than they could borrow individually because the debt is backed by the league’s long-term, guaranteed media deals. NFL team owners can...
    The 'RHONY' cast may be more diverse when it returns for a potential 13th season. The Real Housewives of New York is allegedly headed for a shakeup. According to a new report, Bravo is hoping to bring in another wife, or a number of wives, to the series for its upcoming 13th season in hopes of presenting a more diverse group of ladies to their viewers. “Bravo is planning to shake things up with The Real Housewives of New York next year,” an insider told Us Weekly magazine on August 10. “There’s going to be some changes. … A handful of white women doesn’t necessarily represent what New York City is all about,” a second insider added. Around this time each year, the group prepares to begin filming the new episodes of their show. However, because of the ongoing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, it is hard to say when production will actually begin. That said, it has been rumored for weeks that there will be at least one new face when the show resumes. Just last month, Luann...
    On Sunday, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi unveiled her new nickname for President Donald Trump, The Hill reported. “This president, I have a new name for him, Mr. Make Matters Worse,” the top Democrat said during an appearance on CBS’ Face the Nation. Pelosi explained that the new nickname is a reference to Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. “He has made matters worse from the start — delay, denial, it’s a hoax, it’ll go away magically, it’s a miracle, and all the rest — and we’re in this situation.” Trump has long claimed that the novel virus will simply disappear on its own. Most recently, during an interview with Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, the commander-in-chief repeated his prediction, arguing that he will be proven right “eventually” During the interview, Trump appeared to downplay the coronavirus crisis, suggesting that the situation in the United States seems worse than elsewhere in the world because of widespread testing. Trump also dismissed news stories about the overall death toll from COVID-19, insisted that schools need to reopen and repeatedly...
    Andrew Sullivan officially signed off from New York Magazine on Friday, claiming the culture of the magazine and its new parent company, Vox Media, had become increasingly hostile to conservative voices like his. The on-staff contrarian worked as a regular columnist for four years and called out the prevailing belief on staff that writers not actively committed to woke pablums surrounding race, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity were “actively, physically harming co-workers merely by existing in the same virtual space.” “Actually attacking, and even mocking, critical theory’s ideas and methods, as I have done continually in this space, is therefore out of sync with the values of Vox Media,” Sullivan wrote in his farewell piece. “That, to the best of my understanding, is why I’m out of here.” Sullivan said he planned to restart his old blog, “The Dish,” and bring it back in a weekly installment directly to readers on Substack. “There is a growing federation of independent thinkers and writers not subject to mainstream media’s increasingly narrow range of acceptable thought,” he said, lauding the platform’s popularity...
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