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(New York Daily News)   Another page of the written word turns in the wind: Publishing titan S.I. Newhouse dead at 89   ( nydailynews.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Condé Nast Publications, Newhouse, Advance Publications, S.I. Newhouse Jr., iconic magazines Newhouse, The New Yorker, Newhouse's company, Newhouse's death  
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2017-10-01 06:39:05 PM  
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2017-10-01 04:08:21 PM  
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I have no real idea who this is, but this gif of Terry Crews holding Grumpy Cat came up searching for the "Who?" .gif...

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2017-10-01 02:50:52 PM  
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Yeah, he ran a few decent magazines.  Advance Media Group also has managed to turn a lot of great newspapers into daily tabloids.

Thanks a lot, dead old guy.
2017-10-01 12:56:45 PM  
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My parents subscribed to the New Yorker, among others. I would flip through to read the cartoons. It was their long article on the Apollo 13 near disaster that got me hooked on actually reading the magazine for many years.

More recently, I am convinced that my mother was single-handedly trying to keep the print magazine business afloat - she refused to let us cancel any of her 2 dozen subscriptions before she died, even though she had pretty much quit reading anything.
2017-10-01 12:32:53 PM  
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First Hugh Hefner, then Monty Hall, and now this guy. Very old celebrity trifecta complete. :(
 
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