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  • Amy Wallace

    Editor-at-Large

    Wallace is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in GQ, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Elle, Men’s Journal, the New York Times Magazine, The Nation and Conde Nast Portfolio, the business magazine where she spent nearly three years on staff as a Senior Writer. Previously, she spent 14 years at the Los Angeles Times and four years as a Senior Writer at Los Angeles magazine where she returns as Editor-at-Large. Her 2001 profile of the Editor-in-Chief of Daily Variety was a finalist for both the National Magazine Award and the Gerald F. Loeb Award.

 

Press Room: An Inside Look at Truthdig.com

Ed Leibowitz, who authored a profile of the website Truthdig for our February issue, gives us a sneak peek into his reporting process Read more...


Bang Bang, You're Dead: Ten Violent Films That Pushed The Cinematic Envelope

From A Clockwork Orange to The Passion Of The Christ, these films have been upping the violence quotient since 1967 Read more...

So Jonah Lehrer Has Apologized. For Money.

Yesterday Jonah Lehrer—the disgraced fabulist and plagiarist who used to pen best-selling books and write big-think pieces for The New Yorker—got paid to apologize. If he thought that was going to even begin to fix things, he thought wrong. Read more...

The Odd Couple: Jodie Foster’s Surprising—And Enduring—Friendship with Mel Gibson

More interesting to us than the fact that Jodie Foster came out as being a lesbian when she accepted the Hollywood Foreign Press’ Lifetime Achievement Award at the Golden Globes on Sunday is the other “admission” the 50-year-old actor/director/Oscar winner made: Mel Gibson is one of her closest friends. Read more...

Shrines: The Giving Tree


Q&A: The Road Taken

For years Suzanne Rico was the morning anchor at CBS2. Then in 2010, she abruptly got fired Read more...
 
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