Tatler magazine, published by Condé Nast, is celebrating its 300th anniversary.
Wikipedia puts a bit of context around this. There have apparently been a number of magazines using the Tatler name, and each claims to be the successor to the previous one. So it's not a single, uninterrupted run. Still, in this era of magazine deaths and rebirths and layoffs, let's just celebrate the three-century-old publication and not look too closely at the details.
Oh, and there is, inexplicably, a Russian edition of Tatler. Nothing against Russia, but of all the nations in the world, I'd have expected Tatler's only foreign edition to be elsewhere.