Lenox Magee is the former Editor-in-Chief for 360 Magazine, a national fashion/lifestyle/culture/music magazine, and former Arts & Entertainment Editor for N'Digo. The Chicago native is currently the Editor-at-Large for Bleu Magazine, a national LGBT publication, freelance journalist/columnist for The Chicago Tribune Media Group, blogger on Chicagonow.com, apart of the Chicago Tribune Media Group, Editor-in-Chief for Slay TV. Lenox worked as a radio co-host/producer for Windy City Radio, apart of the Windy City Media Group, and has done work for WVON and WBEZ - Chicago Public Radio. Currently, he hosts and executive produces a live radio show in Chicago called "The Sip." "The Sip" unites four gay black men to discuss issues domestically and abroad. It's the only show in the country that's produced and hosted by four gay black males Here's a cool fact about Lenox: While living in Rome, Lenox produced and reported for Vatican Radio. There, he covered several stories on World AIDS Day, which was a first for Vatican Radio. In addition, he became one of the first African-Americans to broadcast and report from the Papal state.