I have to say, I sometimes like the snarky bitchiness at New York Magazine. It's like having Cookie talk to me all day.
What Magazine do you feel accurately represents you and your
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Earth First Journal
In These Times
Columbus Free Press
When I run across them:
ESPN the Mag
Details (free from my bro!)
AdAge, BrandWeek and the like (free emails are awesome)
Adbusters (to cancel ^ THIS out sometimes)
Import soccer mags from Barnes & Noble (Eleven, 4-4-2, Match of the Day)
Player Magazine (kidding.)
What gets read the MOST?
Eurosport (even though it's a catalog). Cover to cover like 8 times a month. Addicted to soccer gear design/style like it's porn. ;)
Food & Wine
I used to subscribe to Smithsonian, then it started covering more modern stuff. I wanted the more historical coverage they used to give to topics.
Scientific American has to be the magazine I enjoy the most. I always end up wiki-ing for about an hour afterward, brushing up on some scientific concept I've forgotten.
Imbibe Magazine-for all drinks
Play- for Dave Halverson on video games
Barista Magazine- coffee people
Readymade-for projects I never get around to doing
Saw that Craft Magazine is folding as well, and will be online only now. Bummer.
The Craft Web site states:
All along, we have noticed that Craftzine.com has been growing steadily. At the same time, we've come to realize that there were more and more challenges in publishing CRAFT as a print magazine, especially with the costs of print and distribution rising, and diminishing interest among advertisers in print. So we've decided that Volume 10, our Celebrate Like Crazy issue, will be our last print issue and that the future of CRAFT is online.
and i think the fiance gets Cosmo...
The only magazine we subscribe to is Newsweek. I read it every week. I can't say it represents me, but I find it interesting.
I subscribed to Organic Gardening for a long time, and it probably most closely represented me, but I let it run out after Mike McGrath left (I think around the mid 1990's???). It got glossier -- not as "in the dirt with fellow gardeners" detailed -- and so it wasn't giving me what I wanted from a gardening magazine, anymore. I'm sure Mike drove the publishers crazy with his rants against Monsanto and drug companies and whatnot, but he was entertaining, and the magazine itself had some substance to it's gardening info, too. I wonder what ever happened to Bizzy the dog?... Anyway, I don't know if it's gotten back to hearty servings of gardening information more recently. I haven't looked at it since then.
Generally, the only magazines I buy in stores are related to home improvement or decorating, or occasionally I pick up Prevention (another Rodale publication). Hmm...Prevention probably does most accurately represent me, now that I think about it. Guess I'm back to having to claim being an old fart :(
So Domino magazine is coming back as Special Editions. First one is Domino Quick Fixes due April 17th.
Oh, cool! Gotta pick that up when it comes out. I haven't been picking up mags at newstands as often, as the prices have gone up so much it only made sense to subscribe... expecially with all I'm reading while planning the remodel of our home in Hermann. We now get Newsweek, Architectural Digest, HouseBeautiful, and Country Living, and my mom gave me a BHG sub. I read Traditional Home online, as well as other blogs -- but I prefer the actual physical magazines for planning, both for the big glossy pages, as well as tearing them out and keeping them in a scrapbook. I have an electronic scrapbook of saved images, too, but the pages torn from magazines are more satisfying for me to review.
Domino will be a nice way to round out the inspiration :)
Popular Mechanics, Car and Driver, Wired, and Family Handyman. I wish I could be as handy as the peeps in Family Handyman...
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