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Conde Nast Internship WILD Fashion

Goodbye My Friends: the End of Internships at Condé Nast

by: B. David Zarley

It has long been considered a given that the road to Vogue was paved with the bodies of fabulously destitute interns, barely held together by their perpetually caffeinated, Adderall and cocaine laced blood; a humble […]

Tags: Anna Wintour, B. David Zarley, Cat Marnell, Conde Nast, Diana Vreeland, Fashion, Fox Searchlight, Harper's Bazaar, Hearst, Internships, Jessica Yu, labor laws, Lauren Ballinger, Matthew Leib, Nylon, The New Yorker, The Wild Magazine, Vogue, Women's Wear Daily, WWD
Presidential Debate WILD mag world

Climate Change? What Climate Change?

by: Blaine Skrainka

After four debates, three presidential and one veep; 360 minutes of banter: not a single mention of global climate change. This marks the first time since 1984 that climate change and global warming have been left […]

Tags: 2012 election, Barack Obama, Blaine Skrainka, Bob Schieffer, Candy Crowley, Climate Change, debate, Environment, EPA, Exxon, Global Warming, Jim Lehrer, Koch, Martha Raddatz, Mitt Romney, Politico, Politics, presidential debate, The New Yorker, The Wild Magazine, world
New Issue of Acne Paper Manhattan

New York, New York

by: Ria de Borja

It’s the first Acne Paper dedicated to a place, and the place chosen was our favorite city: Manhattan. The magazine was launched last night at The Four Seasons and guests included Sofia Coppola, Clemence Poesy, […]

Tags: Acne, Acne Paper, Allen Ginsberg, Dorothy Parker, Fran Lebovitz, Françoise Moody, Manhattan, Mikhail Baryshnikov, New York, Richard Serra, The New Yorker, Thomas Persson, Tom Wolfe, Truman Capote, Woody Allen

The Busy Person’s Guide to Literature

by: Marina Lucic

Many of us don’t find the time to indulge in as much reading as we would like. The short story is the perfect prescription for this problem and can easily fit into the mold of […]

Tags: Autoportrait, Cathay, Édouard Levé, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Haruki Murakami, Lederhosen, Literature, Marina Lucic, Recommended Reading, short story, Steven Millhauser, Thank you for the light, The New Yorker
Arthur Russel kickstart tribute album

Red Hot, Pitchfork Crowdfund Arthur Russell Tribute Album

by: Blaine Skrainka

Red Hot, an advocacy group that “fights AIDS through popular culture,” is using the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to produce another in a line of great compilation albums. In 2009, the organization released the critically-acclaimed album, […]

Tags: AIDS, Allen Ginsberg, Arthur Russell, Blaine Skrainka, cut copy, Dark Was the Night, David Byrne, Devendra Banhart, Haight-Ashbury, HIV, Hot Chip, José González, music, New York City, Pitchfork, Red Hot, Robyn, San Fracisco, Sasha Frere-Jones, Scissor Sisters, The New Yorker, The Wild Magazine, Twin Shadow, Washed Out
Cartoon by Mike Luckovich

The Grand Old Party and Women

by: Blaine Skrainka

It’s hard to avoid the headlines accusing Republicans of waging a ‘war on women.’ Questionable semantics aside, there are certainly a broad scope of policy decisions and initiatives that call into question the sincerity of […]

Tags: American Association of University Women, Barack Obama, Blaine Skrainka, Blunt Amendment, Civil Rights, Gender Income Gap, GOP, Harry Reid, Human Rights, Margaret Talbot, Mike Luckovich, Mitt Romney, Mother Jones, Personhood Amendments, Politics, Rand Paul, Republicans, Ron Paul, Scott Walker, Sharron Angle, Supreme Court, The Grand Old Party and Women, The New Yorker, The Wild Magazine, Transvaginal Ultrasounds,, Violence Against Women Act, War on Women, world