From its first issue in 1993, Vibe magazine reflected the “multicultural mainstream.”
The hip-hop artist sits down for a wide-ranging interview with NYT executive editor Dean Baquet.
Bloomberg Businessweek‘s latest cover story highlights the tricky economics of licensing live sports.
If it was up to the media, probably forever.
The illustration is called “Liberty’s Flameout,” and it’s by John W. Tomac. “It was the symbol of American values,” Tomac says. “Now it seems that we are turning off the light.”
The reason the U.S. is a good place to do business is that, for the past two centuries, it’s built a firm foundation on the rule of law. President Trump almost undid that in a weekend. That’s bad for business. -From a scathing short column by Matt Levine about businesses waking up to a harsh […]
The subtle and deadly change of heart that might occur in you would be involved with the realization that a civilization is not destroyed by wicked people; it is not necessary that people be wicked but only that they be spineless. -From James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time, published January 31, 1963.
Just as Trump was signing an executive order aimed at America’s sanctuary cities, Seattle Met magazine released its own statement.
Above is the cover of next week’s New Yorker, by Eric Drooker. In an interview about the work, Drooker says: “The police shooting of Michael Brown resonates on a personal level with me. An artist friend of mine was killed by a cop in lower Manhattan, back in 1991. He happened to be black, and the […]