The Power Struggle Behind Britney Spears' Conservatorship Saga
There are several parties jockeying for control of Spears' world, and it's hard to tell which one of them she's aligned with.
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Making Collages Is a Way of Putting Myself Together
When I'm done cutting and pasting, I feel like my ideas have value.
How to Be a Woman, According to 1960s Women's Magazines
First step: Douche.
A Goodbye to 'NME''s Print Edition, Which Shaped Generations of Music Fans
Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.
Honey Dijon Is Not Here for All You Bros
"It can’t all just be: let’s do some pills and get some gak and go to a party and try and shag girls."
Pita-Bread Purse: I Tried Insane Lifestyle Tips From Women's Magazines
Yes, that is me cleaning a bathroom with a sanitary pad.
How 'Spare Rib' Magazine Revolutionized Women's Publishing
With royal wedding-themed badges that said "Don't do it Di" and frank discussions about class and race, Britain's answer to "Ms." has never felt more relevant. On its 45th anniversary, we look back at the now-defunct magazine.
This 19-Year-Old Is Reinventing Teen Magazines
At 16, Evelyn Atieno launched Affinity Magazine—which has exceeded everyone's expectations with a massive following. Atieno sat down with Broadly to talk about competing with media conglomerates, and her plans after teenhood.
The 16-Year-Old Activist Who Lets Teens—and Only Teens—Run Her Magazine
Em Odesser is the fashion editor of 'Teen Eye Magazine,' a writer, and an activist—and she doesn't even have her driver's license yet.
How InfoWorld Broke Ground and Pissed Off Steve Jobs in the Process
When journalists wrote about computers on typewriters.
Give Your Eyes a Treat with This Art-Filled Video Game Magazine
‘A Profound Waste of Time’ has met its Kickstarter target, and it’s very pretty indeed.
A Paper-Made Motorcycle Is Revving Printed Media's Exhausted Engines
Sourcing images from magazines and almanacs, Chris Jones compiles hundreds of images to recreate quotidian objects entirely out of printed paper.