New York magazine

completed its transition to something new and different last week (the something new and different includes new sections, new layouts, and a new, aspirational, sidewalk fresh scent), and topped it off by introducing a reworking of Milton Glaser's logo. manyhighways thought it looks more like "New Vork" than "New York." It's certainly more flourishy than before; Gothamist isn't that thrilled with the logo falling off the edges of the cover, but as we're not trained typographers, we'll shrug it off and just concentrate on wanting to know what restaurants are opening up so we can eat our hearts out.

Gawker looks at how New York is challenged with handling humor. Plus, the Observer wonders about the magazine's journalistic future. And did you know that Milton Glaser also designed the Brooklyn Brewery logo?