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On one Facebook page, the Afghan Taliban flag welcomes viewers, its masthead emblazoned with Arabic script identifying the page as belonging to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Scoopy would come to adorn the front-page mastheads of all three papers, while Gaby was used on radio station promotional material.
Friday through Sunday, July 21-23, several Masthead staffers will be tending bar, serving their beer and mixing cocktails at the Tremont bar, Masthead general manager Jeff Draeger said.
Time magazine, which has persistently endeavored to shed its dead-tree skin and fully embrace the digital world, is set to drop another legacy journalist from its masthead.
News about the American fashion industry has been grim of late (lagging retail sales, store closings, management changes at big brands, masthead shake-ups).
Now, the industry looks significantly different from the days of clone-like waifs, golden-haired muses and magazine mastheads that read like the Social Register.
The Atlantic magazine removed contributing editor Leon Wieseltier from its masthead after allegations emerged that Wieseltier harassed numerous women during his lengthy tenure with The New Republic.
To make matters more interesting, Grigoriadis is on the masthead of The New York Times Magazine as a contributing writer.
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