What do former First Lady Laura Bush, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, Cambridge classicist Mary Beard, and comedian Mindy Kaling have in common? They are all women. And... and??
Today, Kate Middleton is “guest-editing” HuffPo UK. She’s not the first and God knows she won’t be the last celebrity to turn her hand to gratis editorial work.
In an interview with veteran magazine editor Tina Brown at a conference in San Francisco this week, fired ex-Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal talked for the first time about the impact of the Sony hacks on her career (bad). She also talked about the need for more women in movies, and, in virtually the same breath,…
If you've not had a chance to read Tina Brown's essay on the Monica Lewinsky scandal, let me try and describe it to you. It has words! And some of them are kind of sexist and gross.
Tina Brown, who became editor of Tatler at the age of 25 and was the first female editor of the New Yorker, is being pushed out of The Daily Beast, reports BuzzFeed. Criticism for Brown's leadership has grown over the past few years, especially surrounding the Beast's brief and unsuccessful partnership with Newsweek.…
Not to be outdone by CNN's totally misunderstood royalty expert correspondent — THIS IS HER CHRISTMAS, Y'ALL! — British science and magazine-ruining expert Tina Brown weighed in on the birth of the royal baby yesterday by praising Kate Middleton on her expert son-producing loins. "Now the royals can stop pretending…
Last night kicked off the Women in the World Summit (today Hillary Clinton speaks!) and lovely, lively ladies gathered to discuss solutions that advance women and girls. Usually we talk about the good, the bad and the ugly… But today it's all good.
Daily Beast editor Tina Brown ripped into RiRi on Twitter today, calling the singer a "big fat zero" for standing by Chris Brown in court.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart laid into Newsweek's Editor-In-Chief Tina Brown for their recent cover of Bachmann looking like she was a deer in headlights (Brown, of course, defended the image). You see, Stewart believes that Michele Bachmann is a many number of things, but she is absolutely photogenic,…
Shudder-inducing fanfic of the week: The new issue of Newsweek features a story called "Diana At 50: If She Were Here Now," by none other than Tina Brown. The digital artwork on the cover reanimates Diana so that she is walking alongside daughter-in-law Kate Middleton, who is gazing adoringly at the People's Princess…
It's true — there are Caucasian people with penises who are in charge of things! But these powerful individuals are not simply males or men...they're dudes. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Try as we might, we cannot figure out the point of this profile of Newsweek and Daily Beast editor in chief Tina Brown in The New York Times magazine.
Marc and Cheslea, "orphans in a storm," heal needy America.
Last night, Candace Bushnell appeared at New York's St. John store along with Tina Brown to promote The Carrie Diaries, to discuss "sex, success, and shoes" — and, as it turned out, to offer her thoughts on this very blog.
- Nicolette Sheridan is suing her former employer, Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, claiming he physically abused her on the set.
Anchee Min is a novelist, but that doesn't really capture what she does as a woman. What she does is grab an audience, and hold them in the palm of her hand, as she demonstrated on Saturday.