Here's Vanity Fair editor and Waverly Inn/Monkey Bar owner Graydon Carter at Robin Hood Foundation breakfast at the Plaza Hotel this past Tuesday. At a panel yesterday, he said he wasn't worried about the sad state of the magazine industry: "All three of these magazines are, you know, a few years on either side, 100 years old and we've been through many ups and downs." We pointed out that while VF was founded in 1914, it had a "brief 48-year-long Great Depression-induced hiatus." [Photo via Melissa C. Morris] [Thanks for this caption, commenter TedSez!]