Washington Post Magazine aims for “bigger, bolder” in redesign

Washington Post Magazine coverWashington Post Magazine has been redesigned with a modern look and larger format with space for more stories and new standing features.

The Sunday weekly ride-along with The Washington Post magazine features interesting stories about the life, people and places that define the region and about the history being made there. Now, they say they will bring readers more of them, showcasing photography, illustration and graphics about the area.

New features include the following:
Just Asking – Behind-the-scene interviews with notable Washingtonians
Apptitude – Reviews of new apps for your home, travel, or health and fitness
Plate Lab – Food editors Joe Yonan and Bonnie Benwick translate restaurant dishes into recipes to try at home
Crunched – Data-driven statistics about the region
Street Smarts – Spotlights the current places to be, shop or socialize on a block or neighborhood

The co-editors of the magazine are Joe Heim, joe.heim@washpost.com, @JoeHeim, who is also the Pop Culture Editor of the newspaper, and Lynn Medford, medfordl@washpost.com, who is also the Post’s Style Editor also overseeing the Sunday Style & Arts section. The executive editor is Liz Seymour, seymourl@washpost.com

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