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Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama

Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama

Food & Wine is moving to Birmingham, Ala., joining a stable of other publications owned by Time Inc.
Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama

Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama

Food & Wine is moving to Birmingham, Ala., joining a stable of other publications owned by Time Inc.
Wired Thanks Women. Twitter Reacts.

Wired Thanks Women. Twitter Reacts.

Nicholas Thompson, the editor of Wired, described the Colophon list as a group enterprise among staff members.
Wired Thanks Women. Twitter Reacts.

Wired Thanks Women. Twitter Reacts.

Nicholas Thompson, the editor of Wired, described the Colophon list as a group enterprise among staff members.

The Bolder Type

Max Lakin imagines a satirical spinoff of the Freeform dramedy “The Bold Type,” about decreasingly ambitious freelance magazine writers in New York City.
In Southern Magazines, Easy Pleasures and Hard Questions

In Southern Magazines, Easy Pleasures and Hard Questions

Chuck Reece, editor in chief of the website The Bitter Southerner. He says his publication is about the South “we live in today and the one we hope to create in the future.”
Graydon Carter to End 25-Year Run as Vanity Fair’s Editor

Graydon Carter to End 25-Year Run as Vanity Fair’s Editor

Graydon Carter in his office at Vanity Fair on Thursday.
Vanity Fair Editor and Trump Antagonist Graydon Carter Stepping Down

Vanity Fair Editor and Trump Antagonist Graydon Carter Stepping Down

Carter once called Trump a "short-fingered vulgarian"
Nina Garcia Will Run Elle

Nina Garcia Will Run Elle

Nina Garcia at New York Fashion Week in September 2016.
How to Quit a Magazine, by Cindi Leive

How to Quit a Magazine, by Cindi Leive

Cindi Leive, the departing editor of Glamour, in her office at Condé Nast.
After Graydon, Who?

After Graydon, Who?

Graydon Carter in his office at Vanity Fair at 1 World Trade Center.
Dylan, Obama and a Crown of Thorns: 50 Years of Rolling Stone

Dylan, Obama and a Crown of Thorns: 50 Years of Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone has chronicled the lives of stars of music and movies, often in images and words from some of the most renowned photographers and writers of their generation.
Rolling Stone, Once a Counterculture Bible, Will Be Put Up for Sale

Rolling Stone, Once a Counterculture Bible, Will Be Put Up for Sale

Jann Wenner, left, and his son, Gus, in a portrait taken at Rolling Stone’s headquarters last year.
At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning

At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning

Emanuele Farneti, editor of Italian Vogue, is about as different from his predecessor as possible: in gender and generation, and from a different professional background.
Katherine M. Bonniwell, Life Magazine Publisher, Dies at 70

Katherine M. Bonniwell, Life Magazine Publisher, Dies at 70

Katherine M. Bonniwell in an undated photograph.
The Not-So-Glossy Future of Magazines

The Not-So-Glossy Future of Magazines

Magazines still line classic newsstands like this one in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass. But the publishing industry has faded.
Hugh Hefner, Between the Headlines

Hugh Hefner, Between the Headlines

Hugh Hefner in 1992 at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
Hugh Hefner, Between the Headlines

Hugh Hefner, Between the Headlines

Hugh Hefner in 1992 at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
Hugh Hefner, Who Built the Playboy Empire and Embodied It, Dies at 91

Hugh Hefner, Who Built the Playboy Empire and Embodied It, Dies at 91

The first issue of Playboy magazine, from 1953, on display at Julien’s Auction House in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 2015.
Hugh Hefner, Who Built the Playboy Empire and Embodied It, Dies at 91

Hugh Hefner, Who Built the Playboy Empire and Embodied It, Dies at 91

The first issue of Playboy magazine, from 1953, on display at Julien’s Auction House in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 2015.