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Vanity Fair (magazine)

Vanity Fair is a monthly magazine of popular culture and current affairs published by Condé Nast in the United States. The first version of Vanity Fair was published from 1913 to 1936; the imprint was revived in 1983 and includes five international editions of the magazine. As of 2018, the Editor-in-Chief is Radhika Jones. Condé Montrose Nast began his empire by purchasing the men's fashion magazine Dress in 1913, he renamed the magazine Dress and Vanity Fair and published four issues in 1913. It continued to thrive into the twenties. However, it became a casualty of the Great Depression and declining advertising revenues, although its circulation, at 90,000 copies, was at its peak. Condé Nast announced in December 1935 that Vanity Fair would be folded into Vogue as of the March 1936 issue. Condé Nast Publications, under the ownership of S. I. Newhouse, announced in June 1981; the first issue was released in February 1983, edited by Richard Locke of The New York Times Book Review. After three issues, Locke was replaced by veteran features editor of Vogue.

He was followed by editors Tina Graydon Carter. Regular writers and columnists have included Dominick Dunne, Sebastian Junger, Michael Wolff, Maureen Orth and Christopher Hitchens. Famous contributing photographers for the magazine include Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino and Herb Ritts, who have all provided the magazine with a string of lavish covers and full-page portraits of current celebrities. Amongst the most famous of these was the August 1991 Leibovitz cover featuring a naked, pregnant Demi Moore, an image entitled More Demi Moore that to this day holds a spot in pop culture. In addition to its controversial photography, the magazine prints articles on a variety of topics. In 1996, journalist Marie Brenner wrote an exposé on the tobacco industry titled "The Man Who Knew Too Much"; the article was adapted into a movie The Insider, which starred Al Pacino and Russell Crowe. Most famously, after more than thirty years of mystery, an article in the May 2005 edition revealed the identity of Deep Throat, one of the sources for The Washington Post articles on Watergate, which led to the 1974 resignation of U.

S. President Richard Nixon; the magazine features candid interviews with celebrities, including a monthly Proust Questionnaire. Other notable interviews have included: Teri Hatcher, who revealed in the magazine that she was sexually abused as a child; some of the pictorials in Vanity Fair have attracted criticism. The April 1999 issue featured an image of actor Mike Myers dressed as a Hindu deity for a photo spread by David LaChapelle: after criticism, both the photographer and the magazine apologized; the magazine was the subject of Toby Young's book, How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, about his search for success in New York City while working for Graydon Carter's Vanity Fair. The book was made with Jeff Bridges playing Carter. In 2005, Vanity Fair was found liable in a lawsuit brought in the UK by film director Roman Polanski, who claimed the magazine had libelled him in an article by A. E. Hotchner published in 2002; the article recounted a claim by Lewis H. Lapham, editor of Harper's, that Polanski had made sexual advances towards a young model as he was travelling to the funeral of his wife, Sharon Tate, in August 1969, claiming that he could make her "the next Sharon Tate."

The court permitted Polanski to testify via a video link, after he expressed fears that he might be extradited were he to enter the United Kingdom. The trial started on July 18, 2005, Polanski made English legal history as the first claimant to give evidence by video link. During the trial, which included the testimonies of Mia Farrow and others, it was proved that the alleged scene at the famous New York restaurant Elaine's could not have taken place on the date given, because Polanski only dined at this restaurant three weeks later; the Norwegian then-model disputed the accounts that he had claimed to be able to make her "the next Sharon Tate."Polanski was awarded £50,000 damages by the High Court in London. The case was notable because Polanski was living in France as a fugitive from U. S. justice, never appeared in the London court for fear he would be extradited to the U. S. Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair, responded, "I find it amazing that a man who lives in France can sue a magazine, published in America in a British courtroom."On April 25, 2008, the televised entertainment program Entertainment Tonight reported that 15-year-old Miley Cyrus had posed topless for a photo shoot with Vanity Fair.

The photo, subsequently released behind-the-scenes photos, show Cyrus without a top, her bare back exposed but her front covered with a bedsheet. The photo shoot was taken by photographer Annie Leibovitz; the full photograph was published with an accompanying story on The New York Times website on April 27, 2008. On April 29, 2008, The New York Times clarified that though the pictures left an impression that she was bare-breasted, Cyrus was wrapped in a bedsheet and was not topless; some parents expressed outrage at the nature of the photograph, which a Disney spokesperson described as "a situation was created to deliberately manipulate a 15-year-old to sell magazines." In response to the internet circulation of the photo and ensuing media attention, Miley Cyrus released a statement of apology on April 27: "I took part in a photo shoot, supposed to be'artistic' and now, seeing the photog

Saint-Chély-d'Aubrac

Saint-Chély-d'Aubrac is a commune in the Aveyron department in southern France about 7 kilometres from Aubrac. The town is in a large and beautiful green valley on the GR 65, the Way of Saint James pilgrim route; when travelling on the long distance footpath, Saint Chély d'Aubrac is the next town after Aubrac. Going down a wild, wooded valley, the walker discovers this little town in a large clearing and comes into the town by the old bridge with its pilgrim's cross, like the pilgrims of the past; the town has been a member of the Natura 2000 network since August 2006. It hosts an annual chess festival. Jardin botanique d'Aubrac Aligot Site of French Cooking open de Saint Chély d'Aubrac Inscriptions 2005 Communes of the Aveyron department INSEE zoom and move Way of Saint James GR65 The pilgrims' bridge Saint Chély photos Aubrac's Cows The little river of fair water for fishing Official site Way of Saint-James Chemins de Grande Randonnée GR65 Picture site Fishing site Aubrac Hiking in Saint-Chely d'Aubrac Aubrac Satellite viewer Zorgloob

List of Idol × Warrior Miracle Tunes! episodes

Idol × Warrior Miracle Tunes! was broadcast from April 2, 2017 to March 25, 2018 on TV Tokyo and BS TV Tokyo. Episodes were uploaded onto Takara Tomy's YouTube channel one week after its original broadcast date, with each new episode available to the public for up to one week. Takashi Miike is the general director of the series. Additional staff members included Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, Takeshi Yokoi, Kenichiro Nishiumi, Ryusuke Kurahashi as episode directors, with Hisako Fujihira, Kana Matsui, Mao Aoki as the main writers for the show; the dances are choreographed by EXPG Studio. Television ratings for Idol × Warrior Miracle Tunes! were low, averaging 1% in nationwide viewership and about 5-10% of viewers from the target audience. In addition, the official social media accounts had only 6,000 followers. However, it was considered a critical success and was credited as starting a "new genre" for shows aimed at the female toddler to primary school age demographic; the show was seen as a female counterpart to the Super Sentai series and focused on themes popular with the young female demographic, most notably Japanese idols.

Sumiko Kodama from Confidence credits that the show's integration of J-pop elements in collaboration with LDH made the presentation easy for audiences of all ages to enjoy, as Miracle²'s real-life debut would remind older audiences of Speed. Editors at Real Sound believe the popularity of Idol × Warrior Miracle Tunes! came from the revived interest in live-action tokusatsu shows aimed at a female audience, which had declined in the early 1990s due to competing toy sales with Sailor Moon and growing interest in magical girl anime series. All theme songs were performed by Miracle², consisting of core cast members Asaka Uchida, Suzuka Adachi, Yuzuha Oda, Rina Usukura, Mio Nishiyama performing as their characters, they are credited under the name Miracle² from Miracle Tunes. The opening theme songs to the show are "Catch Me!" from episodes 1-15. The ending theme songs are "Heart no Jewel" from episodes 1-15, "Jump!" from episodes 16-25, "Happy" from episodes 26-40, "Maware Maware" from episodes 45-51.

A documentary titled Make a Miracle!: Until Miracle Tunes! is Made aired on September 1, 2017 as a television special. The documentary contains behind-the-scenes footage on the show, including the main cast's auditions and dance rehearsals. Kadokawa released several region 2 DVDs for rental. After the show's end, the episodes were collected and released at major retailers as region 2 DVD sets, which contained extras such as behind-the-scenes footage, press conferences, events