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Golf Digest Writer Lines Up His 50th Masters

It all started for Gary Kindred in 1967.

A Day in the Life of a Newspaper Delivery Man

Forget about vacation days.

Bora! Bora! Read All About It!

The Daily News is under fire for intruding upon Justin Bieber's latest Polynesian vacation.

Colin Jost and Michael Che Are Ready for the ‘Recurring Theme’ of Trump

A gift from the comedy gods.

Simon and Garfunkel for the Headline Win

A front-page variation attuned to the print reader's median age.

Nationwide Defends the Super Bowl Commercial That Bummed Out America

Nationwide's morbid ad narrated by a dead child generated enormous and immediate backlash during the Big Game, so much so that the company issued a statement explaining why it wanted to air the depressing spot. 

10 Tweets That Show How Big a Buzzkill Nationwide Was With Its Morbid Super Bowl Ad

Nationwide decided to use one of its two Super Bowl ad slots tonight to highlight the lethal potential of preventable child accidents. The result wasn't exactly festive fare. Here's a pretty accurate cross-section of Twitter's response, which you probably experienced firsthand when the spot came up during the game's first half.

Taffy Brodesser-Akner Makes a Splash With GQ Feature Debut

As noted in our Revolving Door column, hard-working former Mediabistro staffer Taffy Brodesser-Akner (2001-2007), who was always a writer and in fact came up with the name “Revolving Door,” recently pulled off […]

Ad of the Day: Gatorade’s Epic Farewell to Derek Jeter Will Be Tough to Beat

Gatorade hits it out of the park with this epic 90-second salute to New York Yankees superstar Derek Jeter, breaking today. If the retiring Jeter is looking for a new career, he can get a job on Madison Avenue, since he wrote some of the copy here and even suggested the Frank Sinatra song that serves as soundtrack for the ad, by TBWA\Chiat\Day in Los Angeles.