Magazine Business, From the Coolest Place to the Coldest

I miss magazines. It’s a strange pain, because they’re still with us: they’re looking out of the supermarket checkout shelves; took off around the table in hotel lobbies; Appearing in your mailbox long after the subscription is cancelled, like an ex-lover who refuses to agree to a breakup. But they also disappear. This accelerating erosion, …

Chile Wants Ecuador’s Place in World Cup

Concerns over Castillo’s suitability appear to be of interest to Ecuadorian officials. Carlos Manzur, vice president of the Ecuadorian football federation in March 2021, suggested this much in comments reported by local news media. “I think it’s about playing it safe, avoiding problems,” Manzur told reporters at the time. “I think he’s a good player. …

Harassed in a Safe Place

In middle school, a girly Mills is sent to a coed summer camp funded by the UJA-Federation, a Jewish charity. Director Dan Farinella likes to hang around with male campers with his “big shoulders, strong arms, and broad chest”, “a pack of cigarettes wrapped around his left shirt sleeve.” Understand Post Traumatic Stress Disorder The …

An Opera Rarity Reclaimed Its Place in the Repertoire

BERLIN — There’s a show for anyone who wants more opera in their own way from Strauss’s “Ariadne auf Naxos”, or who craves works that embrace both modernism and melodic wit (with an elegant storytelling throughout): Jaromir Weinberger’s “Puppy Schwanda.” Alongside revivals of Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo” and Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”, a new production of this musical …

New York Lets ‘Fearless Girl’ Hold Its Place for Now

The popular “Fearless Girl” statue will continue to stand outside the New York Stock Exchange after city officials voted Monday to extend the statue’s temporary permit by 11 months. This decision comes on the condition that the city returns within six months, through a process that will determine the ultimate fate of the artwork, the …

Review: ‘A Quiet Place’ at Leonard Bernstein’s Paris Opera

PARIS — “We will listen to music about feelings such as pain, happiness, loneliness, anger, love.” Leonard Bernstein once said during an episode one of his favorite “Young People’s Concerts” broadcast on television. “I think most music is like that,” he added. “And the better it is, the more it will make you feel the …

‘Vending Machine’, The Do-It-Yourself Eating Out Place

What do Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Colin Powell, Elliott Gould, Carl Reiner and former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz have in common? They all fondly remember dining at an Automat, the beloved DIY food establishment that ran in New York and Philadelphia from 1902 to 1991. Lisa Hurwitz’s detailed documentary “The Automat” (in theaters) toasts Horn & …

‘A Place Without a Bridge’ Review: On People and Memories

In the short documentary “Somewhere With No Bridges”, director Charles Frank sets out to leave a memory with a beating heart. The film’s supposed subject, Richie Madeiras, was 44 years old when he fell from his boat in October 1999. days later, divers pulled His body emerged from the water a few hundred meters from …