Wallpaper* is a magazine dedicated to telling the young, fabulous, and excessively well off where to go, what to do, and perhaps most importantly, what to wear. Their writers try to make everything they describe seem like a sweet temptation. Including the nightlife in Beirut. (March issue, page 184). But sometimes they don't know when to quit. Another March article is a peppy, upbeat portrayal of a new exhibit space in Jerusalem, built into a concrete wedge "affectionately known as the Toblerone", headlined as follows:
Thanks to this brand-new complex by Moshe Safdie, Jerusalem's Yad Vashem museum is in great shape for the future.
Another publication might take a different tone when writing about a Holocaust memorial...