Conde Nast to End TEEN VOGUE’s Print Editions: Critical Linking, November 3

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As part of that mandate, Condé is reducing the frequencies of most of its titles and will shutter Teen Vogue in print. Monthly titles Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wired and The New Yorker, which publishes weekly, will not see any frequency changes. Brides, which runs six times a year, will also continue at that publishing pace.

What a bummer.


“I have heard about some concern from people in Water Valley about the bookstore, but much of that seems to be based on misconceptions about both the bookstore and the LGBTQ community,” Harker said. “Those misconceptions are the reason that a bookstore like this is necessary, and I hope that once the store opens, my neighbors will understand that Violet Valley Bookstore is for everyone.”

Mississippi gets a new LGBTQ bookstore!


The upcoming movie about Gloria Steinem’s life is shaping up to be a meeting of legends.

EW has confirmed Oscar-winning Still Alice actress Julianne Moore is attached to play Steinem in a biopic based on the feminist icon’s memoir, My Life on the Road, with Across the Universe and Frida helmer Julie Taymor directing.

I approve this casting.

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