Kickstart Us

guernicamag:

We are doing our first kickstarter. Why? So our all-volunteer magazine can pay writers, and create e-books and special issues on politics, art and culture at home. Share this with everyone you know. And Kickstart us. Then you can be the one to say: I made those four themed issues on America happen. I made sure those writers got paid. I made sure those ebooks got made. Love on us, share this with your world, and we’ll love you back. 
nwkarchivist:

"Recipe For Boiled Wife"
Newsweek, 1966

no words.
(the old ads are the main reason I still follow the Newsweek archivist tumblr)

nwkarchivist:

"Recipe For Boiled Wife"

Newsweek, 1966

no words.

(the old ads are the main reason I still follow the Newsweek archivist tumblr)

texasmonthly:

“Somebody has to step up,” Wendy Davis observed one evening in late May over drinks at the bar of the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin. “As long as the Democrats continue to buy into the same bullshit that some of the Republicans are saying—‘Oh no, it’s Texas, it’s hopeless’—and continue to act like it won’t happen for six, eight, twelve, sixteen years from now, that perpetuates the problem.” — Sneak peek at our August cover story The Life and Death (and Life?) of the Party, on newsstands next week.
Cover photo by Leann Mueller.

texasmonthly:

“Somebody has to step up,” Wendy Davis observed one evening in late May over drinks at the bar of the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin. “As long as the Democrats continue to buy into the same bullshit that some of the Republicans are saying—‘Oh no, it’s Texas, it’s hopeless’—and continue to act like it won’t happen for six, eight, twelve, sixteen years from now, that perpetuates the problem.” — Sneak peek at our August cover story The Life and Death (and Life?) of the Party, on newsstands next week.

Cover photo by Leann Mueller.

erina:

theeconomist:

This week readers in Latin America get their own cover, promoting our special report on Mexico. America needs to look again at its increasingly important neighbour. 

Okay this article talks about how the US needs to take Mexico more seriously, but what about taking the Economist seriously with a cover like this?

Flying SOMBREROS, really?!? Ugh.

erina:

theeconomist:

This week readers in Latin America get their own cover, promoting our special report on Mexico. America needs to look again at its increasingly important neighbour

Okay this article talks about how the US needs to take Mexico more seriously, but what about taking the Economist seriously with a cover like this?

Flying SOMBREROS, really?!? Ugh.

sassyscans:

Yes Parks & Rec / Up All Night fans - it’s a FIFTEEN-YEAR OLD Rashida Jones with her sister Kidada Jones in the February 1992 issue of Sassy Magazine.

Disclaimer: I believe my magazine is missing the 3rd and last page of this layout! These magazines are 20 years old and falling apart OR my teenage self tore out the page a long time ago!

life:

“Saucy Feminist That Even Men Like” — May 7, 1971 issue of LIFE.
Well, okay. What a headline, LIFE.

I thought this was a joke until I saw LIFE posted it themselves.

life:

“Saucy Feminist That Even Men Like”May 7, 1971 issue of LIFE.

Well, okay. What a headline, LIFE.

I thought this was a joke until I saw LIFE posted it themselves.