1. On this day in 1933, Newsweek published its first issue (top image). Over the past 80 years many have graced their cover, which can be seen in Newsweek’s "An Oral History of Newsweek Magazine".

    Even the NYPL Digital Gallery has captured a few of Newsweek’s work! In the two bottom covers, Newsweek depicts Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals, South Pacific and Flower Drum Song. 

  2. Who doesn’t like a little friendly debate? On January 30, those responsible for Cabinet, a quarterly magazine,  and its wide variety of topics and tones will be called to the stand to answer for their activities over the past decade. Take a look inside Cabinet’s published essays and projects as we capture courtroom drama and debate at its best.

An Arezoo Moseni Event.

    Who doesn’t like a little friendly debate? On January 30, those responsible for Cabinet, a quarterly magazine,  and its wide variety of topics and tones will be called to the stand to answer for their activities over the past decade. Take a look inside Cabinet’s published essays and projects as we capture courtroom drama and debate at its best.

    An Arezoo Moseni Event.

  3. Today is Friday the 13th. And while we would have loved to post something related to the Friday the 13th movies (or a picture scary hockey mask), we don’t have anything in our digital collections related to it. So in its place here is a scary cover from Collier’s Magazine that we found in our collection.

    Today is Friday the 13th. And while we would have loved to post something related to the Friday the 13th movies (or a picture scary hockey mask), we don’t have anything in our digital collections related to it. So in its place here is a scary cover from Collier’s Magazine that we found in our collection.