When I was young and confused, walking through a drugstore or bookstore, I’d come across the magazine section and notice a few titles that looked a little different from the rest. There was Out, which looked a lot like GQ, and there was The Advocate, which reminded me of a trashier Time. I knew, though, […]
On October 29 last year, a Boeing 737 MAX airplane operated by Lion Air crashed shortly after takeoff in Indonesia,
Many Europeans say the European Union promotes peace, and most think it promotes democratic values and prosperity. But they also tend to see it as inefficient, intrusive and out of touch with citizens’ needs.
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You know you see what they want you to see. The terrorism in New Zealand; 50 dead, and the manner
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Last week, I dropped the tantalizing headline (at least to editorial nerds like you and me) that calendars might be
Just 35 days after the publisher of Creative Loafing Charlotte laid off the alt-weekly’s seven full-time employees, former editor-in-chief Ryan Pitkin
The Washington Post has named Jeremy Bowers director of engineering, overseeing a team dedicated to supporting The Post’s politics coverage.
The Telegraph is starting a new editorial vertical, Telegraph Women’s Sport, which will be staffed with a team of four,
Hannah Storm was an instructor for Poynter’s Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media last year. Since then, Poynter published Storm’s personal #MeToo story and worked with her to design sexual harassment training for newsrooms. When Storm returned …