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jezebel.com — On this day, the hearts of women in journalism grew three sizes. Despite the fact that some people question whether or not women's magazines produce any"serious journalism", numerous female editors are coming out of that hole in the ground where they belong to sing the praises of their vagina-bearing employees.
adweek.com — A day after shaking up the publisher ranks at Glamour, Condé Nast has replaced Brandon Holley as editor of Lucky, its smaller but ailing fashion magazine. Holley's replacement is Eva Chen, who has had stints at Vogue, Teen Vogue and Elle and most recently was consulting on Lucky, working with Anna Wintour, editor in chief of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast.
adweek.com — Showrunner David X. Cohen has seen his and creator Matt Groening's series Futurama through seven seasons-and 14 years of cancelations, syndicated success, direct-to-DVD resurrection, provisional renewal and, finally, a new lease on life at Comedy Central. That lease expires this summer, after the show's eighth and (most recent) final season.
nymag.com — A viral video showing Buddhist monks in a private jet, enjoying extravagance like a monogram-print Louis Vuitton tote and stylish sunglasses, has Thailand's Buddhists in uproar over youth, greed, the decline of asceticism. (Who do these monks think they are, Drake?)
intothegloss.com — "Before getting my picture taken or going on TV, I stretch out the sides of my mouth as hard as I can with my hands. It gives me a nice, wide, Julia Roberts kind of smile-you know, the smile when there's a gap between the sides of your mouth and teeth?
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