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Today in history for Tuesday, Feb. 17

...City.In 1925, the first issue of The New Yorker magazine (bearing the cover date of Feb. 21) was published.In 1933, Newsweek magazine was first published under the title "News-Week."In 1944, during World War II, U.S. forces invaded Eniwetok...
'The Mountaintop' opens Friday

...York Times, The Boston Globe, UK's The Guardian, Essence and The Commercial Appeal, including contributing reporting for Newsweek.Anchorage local Lauren Miller designs lights, Akiko Nishijima Rotch returns to Perseverance to design the set and guest...
Palin, fans irked by cover shot in shorts

...adjectives one might use to describe Newsweek's current Sarah Palin cover, "unflattering...shorts. It's a far cry from the photo Newsweek used on its cover a year ago, a close-up...Facebook page. "The out-of-context Newsweek approach is sexist and oh-so-expected...
Appearances showed an unfiltered Palin

Sarah Palin sizzled on the cover of Newsweek. Icebergs would melt in the wake of that stance, but does it mean the next derogative piece on her will blame global warming...
Is water export our next economic opportunity?

...who track global trends in resource consumption. As noted in Newsweek's Oct. 16th cover story on The New Oil, we are in the midst...this long-distance water shipment feasible. The article in Newsweek goes on to note the biggest winners of a sophisticated water...
Pratt makes music accessible

...called his music "classical artistry in an unconventional key." People said he's "classical but not conventional." Newsweek said "The piano man's not in a band: in every way, Awadagin Pratt defies stereotype." Pratt's goal is to break barriers...
Palin's mass appeal feeds off contempt

...minutes of his monologue on publication day to mocking her. New York Times columnist David Brooks called her a joke, and Newsweek referenced "The Sound of Music," asking on its cover "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Sarah?" Even domestic diva Martha...
U.S. needs more friends

In the Dec. 15 issue of Newsweek, John Barry and Evan Thomas quote Newt Gingrich as saying, "The real key here is not how many enemy do I kill. The real key...
More airport foolishness

I just read the article, "Defending our skies against the elderly," by Diane Dimond in the Aug. 30 Newsweek magazine. Dimond reports on the disrespectful way her ailing, exhausted, 78-year-old father was treated when going through...
To John McCain's integrity: Rest In Peace

...the floor with its tongue hanging out - when the senator told Newsweek magazine, "I never considered myself a maverick." This...Maverick One. Yet there he is in the April 12, 2010, edition of Newsweek, page 29, top of the center column: "I never considered...


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