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  • Variety Wins Most Improved Publication Award (VIDEO)

    Variety was a triple winner Friday at the Western Publishing Association's 63rd annual Maggie Awards, including Most Improved Publication. The Maggies, which honor excellence in magazines in the Western U.S., also honored Variety in the categories of...
  • Is moonlighting on company time ever OK?

    Years ago, a former colleague at a magazine left to take a job at another publication. He was a star writer on our staff, one of the most productive, and left on great terms. He also moonlighted while on the job, something he made public in an article...
  • 'Zero Dark Thirty's' Mark Boal, Megan Ellison Team on Production Banner

    "Zero Dark Thirty" writer-producer Mark Boal has launched Page 1, a movie-TV development and production company funded by Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures. Boal will serve as CEO and producer on Page 1 projects and may also write some of the...
  • Jet magazine to end print publication, move to digital app

    Jet magazine to end print publication, move to digital app
    Jet magazine, the weekly African American publication famous for chronicling the civil rights movement, is ending its regular print edition after more than six decades. The magazine will continue as a weekly digital magazine app after its print...
  • China, U.S. go tit for tat over student spying cases

    China, U.S. go tit for tat over student spying cases
    BEIJING – Call it a 21st century version of Mad Magazine's Spy Vs. Spy. Three weeks after the FBI rolled out an odd, ripped-from-the-headlines microfilm about an American college student who was recruited to spy for Beijing, China has now released...
  • 'Frozen' Barely Beats 'Legend of Hercules' to Stay on Top of Home Video Sales Charts

    Walt Disney Studios' "Frozen" is living up to its name. The animated feature appears to be frozen in the No. 1 spot on both national homevideo sales charts, finishing the week ended May 4 on top for the sixth time in seven weeks. The second spot on...
  • Ruth Reichl and Alice Waters discuss simple food, writing

     Ruth Reichl and Alice Waters discuss simple food, writing
    When you think of the pioneers of the organic, "simple food" movement, perhaps the first two names that come to mind are Alice Waters and Ruth Reichl. Waters is the co-founder of the legendary Chez Panisse, one of the earliest American fine-dining...
  • Jennifer Lawrence: 'Nobody can stay beloved forever'

    Jennifer Lawrence: 'Nobody can stay beloved forever'
    Hey, people, Jennifer Lawrence is a lot more self-aware than we might have thought. She even knows there's a backlash against her. The 23-year-old Oscar winner, who will next reprise her role of shape-shifting mutant Mystique in "X-Men: Days of Future...
  • SIU student fee sought to guarantee future of SIU Daily Egyptian newspaper

    SIU student fee sought to guarantee future of SIU Daily Egyptian newspaper
    The future of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student newspaper, The Daily Egyptian, remained uncertain Thursday after a committee failed to advance a student fee the 98-year-old publication’s adviser says is necessary for long-...
  • Are home warranties worth the cost?

    Are home warranties worth the cost?
    Homes that come with warranties sell 11 days quicker and for an average of $2,300 more than those without, according to a recent survey by one of the country's largest warranty providers. But one consumer organization says such warranties aren't worth...
  • Colin Pillinger, colorful scientist of failed Mars probe, dies at 70

    Colin Pillinger, colorful scientist of failed Mars probe, dies at 70
    Colin Pillinger, a colorful British space scientist who sported thick mutton-chop whiskers and became a symbol of national pluck in masterminding a failed search for life on Mars, died Thursday in a Cambridge hospital. He was 70. Pillinger collapsed...