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Drinking With Men is an idiosyncratic memoir coming from a woman in 2012, though it revives an old standby (paging Pete Hamill!): a compendium of sharply observed drinking stories that revolve around the usually male communities that form among bar regulars.
Until October, he was on contract at The New York Times Magazine.
Andrew Goldman will continue to write The New York Times Magazine's "Talk" column, despite an incident last week in which he was scolded by Times public editor Margaret Sullivan for a "Twitter outburst" that was "insulting and profane."
After returning from book leave earlier this year, Leibovich had been assigned to covering the Republican field during the 2012 primaries.
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner?(2)
10 things you need to know from the 'New York Times Magazine' profile of Business Insider's Joe Weisenthal
3. Before his career in journalisn, Weisenthal, a University of Texas grad, came to New York wanting to be a playright. After the New York International Fringe Festival rejected his satire of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, he decided to become a Wall Street analyst instead, before heeding the siren call of blogging.
Ariel Kaminer is leaving her post as The New York Times Magazine's "Ethicist" columnist to return to a job writing features for the Times' metro desk.
Kaminer had shifted over to the magazine shortly after Hugo Lindgren was named editor-in-chief back in late 2010. She replaced previous Ethicist Randy Cohen, who was let go, in a move that rankled many longtime readers of the magazine.
Her final Ethicist column will run in the April 29 issue. The column will feature a "guest" Ethicist until a replacement is named.
"I don't know what the individual P&L is on the magazine—I'm afraid to know—but I do know that people subscribe to the Sunday New York Times and the weekend edition, in large part, because of the magazine,” Lindgren said. “And that is acknowledged in the building. I don’t get any accounting that demonstrates that, but definitely it’s well understood.”(2)
Though popstar M.I.A. has already survived beefs with everyone from Vogue’s Anna Wintour to Michelle Obama to Sri Lankan foreign secretary Dr. Palitha Kohona in the six years since 2004’s inaugural Piracy Funds Terrorism mixtape, it’s a bit hard to tell how next month’s /\/\/\Y/\, her third album, will fare in the aftermath of her May squabble with The New York Times Magazine’s Lynn Hirschberg.(2)