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  • Bookstores Censor Magazine Featuring Androgynous Male Model

    Bookstores Censor Magazine Featuring Androgynous Male Model
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Barnes & Noble and Borders want to censor a magazine cover that features a shirtless androgynous male model. The 19-year-old Australian model, Andrej Pejic, appears on the cover of Dossier with curlers in his hair and his chest...
  • It's spring: Shopping is in full bloom

    A new Bloomies flagship. A hotel ballroom filled with Diane von Furstenberg on sale. Jeans and cocktails in Santa Monica and jeweled flip-flops in the Palisades. The spring shopping scene is in full flower. Check for weekly updates at latimes.com/image,...
  • Monocle shop to open in Brentwood on April 6

    Monocle shop to open in Brentwood on April 6
    Mid-economic meltdown doesn't seem like the smartest time to launch a new retail concept, much less one that's an offshoot of a print magazine. Then again, maybe it is. Canadian-born Tyler Brűlé has been prognosticating about globalism, materialism...
  • Judging a home by its siding

    In today's real estate market, anxious home sellers -- or those merely thinking about selling -- might well heed a finding of the latest annual remodeling study: It's what's outside that counts. Each year Remodeling magazine, a trade journal, studies...
  • Michelle Obama sleeveless at 1600 Penn

     
    by Mark Silva There comes a time when all the fashion and popular magazines' obsessions with the arms of the first lady become, well, secondary to the White House's own portrayal of the sleeveless new occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.......
  • Former Delray Mayor Jeff Perlman sounds off in local magazine

     
    The latest edition of Atlantic Ave Magazine, which hit the stands today, is creating some buzz around town, especially at City Hall. Former Mayor Jeff Perlman, who is editor of the magazine, took his Delray Politics column this month......
  • Obama's cool: 'Carve out time to think'

     
    by Mark Silva As a "weekend warrior,'' the basketball-playing, golf-loving President Barack Obama likes to carve out time for his own fitness. As president, Obama likes to carve out time to think. Speaking of health, the first couple speaks at......
  • Google unveils Fast Flip for newspapers and magazines

     
    Google unveils Fast Flip, a quick magazine-like reader featuring articles from more than three dozen newspaper and magazine publishers. Google said it would share "the bulk" of the advertising revenue it will receive from the product....
  • LEBANON: Arab lesbian magazine relaunches on the Web

     
    Lebanon's online lesbian magazine Bekhsoos is back after a nearly one-year hiatus for almost one year. The publication, whose Arabic name loosely translates as "Concerning," was launched as a quarterly magazine in early 2008 by members of the Lebanese...
  • Lit geek fun: the New Yorker begins blogging its archives

     
    When the New Yorker made its complete archives available via DVD, I was thrilled to get the set. Sometimes I'd pop a DVD in and page through the earliest copies. Once I read everything Pauline Kael had ever published with......
  • Bloomberg said to be favored bidder for BusinessWeek

     
    McGraw-Hill Cos. favors Bloomberg News parent Bloomberg LP as a buyer for BusinessWeek magazine, Reuters reports today: McGraw-Hill is leaning toward selling its money-losing BusinessWeek magazine to Bloomberg LP, although another bidder could still...