I felt, at once, embarrassed to be laid off, sad about the ending of something great in my life, bitter about what was happening, and completely bewildered as to what I was supposed to do next.
Playboy has always relied on a balance between the erotic and the literary, and its long interviews are the most consistent asset for the latter. But what’s that identity worth in 2015?
The Vanity Fair of today embodies a certain sort of lavishness—an often unironic appreciation of and yearning for rich people things. It wasn’t always this way.
Why the Canadian media must do more to challenge its own sexism. And speak out against the abusers in its midst.
How a trio of “punk capitalists” killed the counterculture and beat big media at its own game.
The CRTC’s interrogation of Netflix may have lacked grace, but the fact that we like the service the way it is isn’t an argument against regulations that all Canadian broadcast media must follow.
The former boxer’s ongoing redemption tour hit a snag when a Toronto TV reporter asked him about his criminal past. That people sided with Tyson showed just how little we expect of these interviews.
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