New York Magazine's 40th Birthday

New York Magazine's 40th Birthday
Want to hear how New York Magazine began, and what it was like to be a cutting-edge magazine art director in the late-1960's?  Want to know how the approval matrix was born, and why they almost killed it? More importantly, do you want to hear how New York grew to become a standard-bearer of American journalism while also serving as a beacon of great editorial photography and design that continues to dazzle from week to week?

Then come listen to New York Magazine founder Milton Glaser, editor in chief Adam Moss, design director Chris Dixon, and former art directors Walter Bernard and Bob Newman as they swap stories about being a part of the Rolling Stone of culture magazines.

If you are a New Yorker, you know the hell of picking that new Friday night dining spot. Many of us turn to New York as the quintessential survival guide to understanding this great city and making those very simple but sometimes overwhelming decisions. Find out how they do it all from week to week, and still make the magazine look so damn H*O*T*!!!

It should be a great night of fascinating stories, and maybe we can get Adam and Chris to tell us how they actually determine the backlash to the backlash.

We hope you can join us, Tuesday, September 9th!

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