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Changing of the East Coast gossip guard, plus Playgirl politicos, and more.
March 22, 2005
It shouldn't be a surprise that the best man for the top job at Rodale's Best Life was already kicking around the offices of Men's Health. Stephen Perrine, the editorial creative director at Men's Health and a former top editor at Maxim and Cosmopolitan, was named editor-in-chief of the young magazine yesterday after an outside search that reportedly included phone calls to Michael Hainey at GQ and Will Dana at Rolling Stone. But Men's Health czar Dave Zinczenko apparently got his wish for a lower profile editor willing to defer to him, which ...
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