Yesterday Newsweek/Daily Beast editor Tina Brown reclaimed her crown as queen of controversial covers. It had been briefly snatched by Rick Stengel, whose Magazine of the Year, TIME, caused a media firestorm Thursday by featuring a hot, young mom breastfeeding a three-year-old on its cover. TIME’s image was more arresting, but the May 21 Read More
The Statue of Liberty is Tebowing on the back cover of today’s New York Daily News.
The tabloid has swiftly transferred its hype-mongering efforts from Knicks phenomenon Jeremy Lin to the newest New York Jet, Tim Tebow, promising “Timsanity.” Read More
When Vogue invited Michelle Obama to do a cover story in early 2009, reactions from her staff illustrated the constant role of racial politics in the first lady’s decision-making process, according to Jodi Kantor’s new book, The Obamas. Read More
Just-shy-of-eighteen-year-old Dakota Fanning graces the all-pink cover of February’s Cosmopolitan.
The cover of the version that went out to advertisers (and the Observer) appears to have been edited to remove all mention of “mind-blowing” activity, which reportedly happens Read More
Angelina Jolie covers this week’s Newsweek, keeping with the Tina Brown tendency to feature bold face name women and with a black background design that harkens back to her Talk days. It might even be working at little, as Newsweek subscription renewals rose last month for the first time in 2006, according Read More
It’s a quick return to GQ for Ms. Kunis, who shared its cover with a venti iced coffee in April. Read More