WSJ magazine’s September issue will be of personal record-breaking heft–124 total pages and 57 ad pages–and feature Rachel Weisz on the cover, reports WWD.
Satirist Stephen Colbert’s Super PAC goes where no journalist dares to, according to David Carr’s column.
We change sizes this week, New York remembered.
Pauline Kael was a swinger, according to James Wolcott’s memoir, according to Page Six.
News of the World hacked Milly Dowler’s phone because they wanted to find her, alive, before the police, according to a Wall Street Journal backstory.
Today the New Yorker, improbably, ushers in the season of 9/11 editorial commemorabilia, with an e-book of old New Yorker stories called “After 9/11,” on sale now for Kindles and Nooks. “After 9/11” contains the Talk of the Town section from the September 24, 2001, issue—writing from Hendrik Hertzberg, John Updike, Jonathan Franzen, Denis Johnson, Roger Angell, Aharon Appelfeld, Rebecca Mead, Susan Sontag, Amitav Ghosh, and Donald Antrim–among many other memorable features.