All Right-On Magazines here! Q: Michael, your fans want to know your ideas about a first date! MJ: On a first date, I like to bring a girl over to my house for a barbeque and a swim, especially on a warm summery evening! I know that some chicks get mad if you don't take them somewhere fancy and spend alot of money on them on a date, but I'm not interested in those kinds of girls. I want someone who I can feel comfortable with just sitting and talking to, or sharing a fun, casual time with! I'm not sayin' that we wouldn't ever go out.
The immortality of Michael Jackson
Jackson 5 Teen Star Magazine Interview
This historical documentary about Michael Jackson 's last magazine cover-shoots in The film is a unique story told through the eyes of Michael's closest friends, photographers, and stylists that had helped Jackson prepare for his United States comeback after several years of living in seclusion overseas. In September of that year, photographer Bruce Weber and Vogue fashion editor as well as Jackson's personal stylist Rushka Bergman captured the magic of the King of Pop for the 25th anniversary reissue of his hit album Thriller , entitled Thriller Later that month, Jackson did another shoot and an interview for Ebony magazine's December issue. This would mark Jackson's first United States interview and magazine story in over a decade. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lightning Entertainment.
Bryan Monroe is an American journalist, educator and entrepreneur. He was the editor  of CNNPolitics. He was previously the vice president and editorial director of Ebony and Jet magazines ,  at Johnson Publishing Co. Monroe began his career as a photojournalist in the Pacific Northwest, first at United Press International , and then at the Seattle Times. While there, he helped lead the team of journalists who won the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
He was previously the editorial director for Ebony and Jet magazines and helped lead a team in Biloxi, Mississippi, to the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. Just a year and a half before his death, I conducted what ended up being the last major interview with the reclusive Jackson in his suite at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City.