New York Times Magazine Expands Editorial


The New York Times Magazine is launching five new editorial features beginning in September: Diagnosis (starts Sept. 8) Got a symptom? Doctors will take readers from diagnosis of problems through treatment. Page Turner (starts Sept. 15) A look at the latest up-and-coming stars in music, movies, books, art, theater. Crash Course (starts Sept. 22) The editors call this feature their own version of "adult education," with information from academics on the latest news. Portfolio (starts Sept. 22) This section will feature a variety of photojournalism, showcasing other types of photography as well. Domains (starts 2003) Domains will look inside the private lives of public figures. For more information on these sections, contact Diane McNulty, corporate communications, 212/556-5244, mcnuldc@nytimes.com.

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