This cover should make every woman take a moment out of their day and say thank you for being able to age with grace, beauty and divaness! Vanessa Williams not only looks flawless, but looks like she took this photo in her mid-twenties. The actress/singer opens up to Ebony magazine for their December 2010 issue. Still making major moves and looking great at age 47, she has been rocking it out in her newest role on “Desperate Housewives.” Continue reading
Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Co. has announced that starting with the December/January issue, EBONY magazine will begin unveiling numerous changes in the iconic brand.
Most evident among the new features is a change in the magazine’s logotype. Gone are the white type characters set on a red rectangular background that have been the publication’s logo since its introduction 64 years ago. The word EBONY is now…
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Ebony magazine announced that its January 2009 issue, featuring President Barack Obama, reached the highest sales in the magazine’s 67-year history. With newsstand sales topping 405,000 — more than double an average month — the issue was in high demand at retailers across the country and timed just after his election.
The issue featured President Obama’s first and exclusive print interview and photo shoot after his Nov. 4 victory. The exclusive interview served as the centerpiece of the special collector’s edition, which chronicled the rise of Barack Obama to the most powerful position in the world. Continue reading
Michelle Obama is the topic of discussion in Ebony Magazine’s September issue, due to hit stands on August 12th. Get a sneak peek of the exclusive interview:
On her style…
“I do think what you wear is a reflection of who you are. I love to look glamorous when there’s a wonderful, purposeful event that is appropriate. But when I’m in Iowa campaigning with the girls, I am in Gap shorts and a T- shirt.”
On being a mom…
“My first job in all honesty is going to continue to be mom-in-chief,” she says, “making sure that in this transition, which will be even more of a transition for the girls…that they are settled and that they know they will continue to be the center of our universe.” Continue reading
Who’s cool? Ebony magazine says Marvin Gaye, Miles Davis, Michael Jordan — and a certain US senator from Illinois
As if mimicking The Onion, Ebony magazine next month includes Barack Obama on its list of “the 25 coolest brothers of all time”. In the August print edition of the black interest monthly, Harriette Cole writes: Continue reading