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Instagram won’t replace the fashion magazine

Filed by Jack Yan/January 31, 2020/12.14

Lindsay Adler Above: The cover from Lucire KSA, January 2020, modelled by Camille Hyde with fur by House of Fluff. Photographed by Lindsay Adler Photography, styled by Cannon/the Only Agency, hair by Linh Nguyen, and make-up by Joanne Gair using Danessa Myricks Beauty. A few weeks ago, I got out of the habit of Instagramming. […]

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Megyn Kelly’s new channel gets into the Zeitgeist, interviewing former news producer wrongly accused of Robach leak

Filed by Lucire staff/November 9, 2019/0.10

On her new YouTube channel, former lawyer and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly interviews Ashley Bianco, a former ABC News producer who was fired by her new employers, CBS News, over the leaking of a clip featuring journalist Amy Robach talking off-air but with a “hot mic” about the Jeffrey Epstein case.    Epstein was […]

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Demasking the torture of Julian Assange

Filed by Lucire staff/June 26, 2019/19.38

David G. Silvers/Wikimedia Commons Above: The author, Prof Nils Melzer I know, you may think I am deluded. How could life in an embassy with a cat and a skateboard ever amount to torture? That’s exactly what I thought, too, when Assange first appealed to my office for protection. Like most of the public, I […]

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Brother Vellies and others: your input needed

Filed by Lucire staff/November 1, 2017/23.07

There’s a particular kind of new investigative method, born of an era of fake truth, alternative facts, fake news and fake-everything-else. It’s called citizen journalism: real people not always of the Fourth Estate are asked to provide first-hand testimony on a story reported. Lucire is interested in your stories about businesses who claim to uphold […]

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The fallout continues over Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long sexual harassment

Filed by Jack Yan/October 11, 2017/23.48

The fallout from The New York Times’ exposé into sexual harassment and sexual assault claims against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein continues.    The story broke in the broadsheet on October 5 in a story by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, with quotations from actress Ashley Judd, while The New Yorker ran an even more detailed […]

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Opinions: what we need from media beyond ‘fake news’; looking to the stars

Filed by Lucire staff/March 15, 2017/21.47

We need independent media Paul Clarke/CC BY-SA 4.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=37435469 Above: Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. Earlier this month, Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote an open letter expressing his concerns about the evolution of his invention, the World Wide Web. (Interestingly, he writes the term all in lowercase.)    It wasn’t just […]

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It’s farewell to nudes as Playboy unveils revamped March ’16 issue; Sarah McDaniel on cover

Filed by Lucire staff/February 4, 2016/10.18

Snapchat and Instagram personality Sarah McDaniel graces the cover of the first non-nude issue of Playboy, its March 2016 number, to hit newsstands on February 12.    The eagerly anticipated revamped magazine, which had been following a similar formula for 62 years, will be unveiled on February 5 at Playboy’s annual party during Super Bowl […]

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Paris shows solidarity in Sunday’s March for Unity

Filed by Lola Cristall/January 12, 2015/5.08

Lola Cristall The March for Unity that took place today in Paris was announced as the largest demonstration in the history of France, with an estimated 1·5 million to 2 million on the capital’s streets. The interior ministry believes that there had not been so many since the liberation of Paris in August 1944. A […]

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