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For all the tears shed over the withering magazine industry, certain niche periodicals have actually thrived. Design-oriented mags require the printed page for best effect, foodies aren’t yet    More
 
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 JAY HORTON

Esquire's Big Black Book is Neither Big Nor Black: Discuss


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For the last few years, Esquire has published a handy compendium of fashion and lifestyle tips for the testosterone set, arbitrarily dubbed "The Big Black Book." Though this year's edition is a rather slim orange number, it covers a lot of ground for $9.95 and is fairly timeless. Among other things, there's a special section on shoes and shoe maintenance, a tie-tying pictorial, and—RT's personal ...   More
 
Friday, April 23, 2010 Retail Therapist

Word on the Street


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Retail Therapist has it on good authority that Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics—the Canada-based, super good-smelling natural soap company—is vacating its current, zig zag-shaped space at 803 NW 23rd Ave. and is moving across the street to more feng shui-friendly digs at 708 NW 23rd Ave. They expect to take over the new location—next door to Rich's Cigar Store—within the next ...   More
 
Monday, March 22, 2010 Retail Therapist

I Seem to Have Started a Fashion Trend in New York Media


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The May 18 issue of New York Magazine looks kinda familiar, doesn't it? Remember this cover we ran on December 3? The difference, of course, is that New York's cover is an illustration--Bloomberg isn't known for his willingness to pose nude—while ours is straight-up documentary footage. It was chilly inside that barrel, let me tell you. I don't think for a moment that New York is ripping ...   More
 
Friday, May 22, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE

Sharp Knife: Q&A with America's Test Kitchen's Chris Kimball


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Home cooks adore him. Bloggers can't stand him. Foodies call him simultaneously brilliant and boring. On his relentless path toward culinary perfection, he has certainly stepped on a lot of toes (especially when critiquing the ever-growing food blogosphere, which he recently blamed for the demise of Gourmet magazine). Yet Chris Kimball, the studious, and perhaps obsessive, creator of America's ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Kate Williams

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