The sold-out party helped reinforce the success of two young friends who had taken their love of photography, exploring and community and turned it into a calling for their peers, as well as an expanding visual arts lifestyle brand.
Yes, I bought Powerball tickets. It was my first time ever playing the lottery. It was fun to imagine what would happen if I won a billion dollars. Ri...
Not too many girls can say they were fortunate enough to intern for not one, but two magazines in the Big Apple.
Building resilience and changing how we define beauty will not only serve as important protective factors for this population, but it will also help us see the world as it is, rather than as we would like it to be. Aging is a natural part of being alive. To believe otherwise is illusory. Everything that exists in our natural world gets older and changes over time.
If you want to get an idea of how out of whack our capitalist system is--the amount of useless wealth that is in the upper one percent of the populati...
Keeping your dreams alive is the one job from which you will never be rejected, fired, or laid off. Just because you don't get your dream job right after graduation doesn't mean it's impossible.
The mysterious, mostly disappeared world of LIFE magazine is all still there: Staffers hacking at typewriters, beefing about the managing editor, draining double Scotches and martinis before lunch. At least in my mind it's still there.
Lizzy Okoro realized her lifelong dream of publishing a magazine after making a deal with herself that she would leave her career in law and international affairs on the day of June 26, 2014.
There are very few people that amaze me by their unique brilliance and charm, but Chris Beauchamp of Monster Media is one of them. Having worked with a variety of brands from Target to JetBlue, Chris is one of the creative geniuses behind a company that has grown into an unstoppable force in the retail digital marketing space.
In the early '90s, one magazine helped change the scope of alternative publishing during the unpredictable era of print media with a simple question: "Would you chew up a nasty-tasting vitamin B-12 for $5? Yes or no?"
The internet. It is a vacuum, a black hole, through which Time can be absorbed, never to escape. Like any self-respecting employee, I find I am oft...
It's a Wednesday afternoon, a few hours before her domestic violence hotline shift begins, and Matilda Bickers has put out the final call for submissions to the fall version of Working It, a Portland-based quarterly by, about, and for sex workers.
Perhaps other publications handle their slush with more tact than ours, and some make a point of recognizing new writers, but the result is the same: The writers quite literally had no chance.
Much of society runs on conspicuous consumption. On top of this, though it may be shifting, women are objectified and taught to self-objectify. Why should I comply to someone else's standard of beauty and why is beauty held on a pedestal as the most sought after value anyway?
Gosh, the first time I watched the Devil Wears Prada, my eyes glowed with envy of Anne Hathaway, who worked for a magazine. I was so jealous of her style, job and role at the high end fashion magazine.
That mobile is the new buzzword is no surprise. News and content consumers want their regular fixes on the go, everywhere, all the time, and newspapers are having a hard time keeping up. So the Innovations report offers papers the following advice to jump on the mobile train before it leaves the station.