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61. Paper
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62. Bitch
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63. Surface
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64. URB Magazine
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65. Country Music Today
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66. Soaps In Depth - Abc
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67. Variety
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68. Cinefex
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69. Scene
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70. Modern Drummer
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71. The Hollywood Reporter Weekly
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72. Hello
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61. Paper
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Asin: B0007W0IFS
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Publisher: Paper Publishing Co.
Sales Rank: 1730
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Awesome
From cover to cover this magazine is artistically designed and inspired. Everything you expect it to be, it is. Not only do the articles and pictures portray the latest and greatest in fashion and pop culture, but even the ads lead you to the high-end fashionably eclectic such as Oakley Eyewear and Screaming Mimi's. The articles are varied, going from Mandy Moore's new style to the new L.A. African dance trend known as "krumping" (ferocious, free, and performed at breakneck speed), to architectural design so out-of-the-way that it includes a cardboard box house. If you love fashion, the odd, the sensual, the just plain COOL, then subscribe to Paper. I'd buy it for $20.

1-0 out of 5 stars Recycled PAPER
I have kept giving this magazine a try over the years in hopes that it might someday live up to what it thinks it is, but I swear it just writes about the same things and same peoplemostly D-grade celebs over & over again. Anything they once may have had is long since gone since the mid-to-late 90's,
so do yourself a favor and save yourself some money or at least try one of the tons of new mags that are out there.

5-0 out of 5 stars My guide to the fabulous and hip
I LOVE this magazine. It is a hip lifestyle read that doesn't focus on the mainstream or commercial, but instead covers cutting edge designers, artists and filmakers. Paper always writes about things in a funny, insidery way that makes me feel like I was there (even though I don't live in New York City). I love their regular writers and columnists, especially the wacky fashion advice from Mr. Mickey, the style commentary by Kim Hastreiter and the news on what's trendy in Peter Davis' section. Although the fashion spreads might be too out there for readers of Vogue and GQ, I prefer a more daring take on fashion so I love them. I also love their choice of cover people who are not the same faces you see on the cover of every other magazine. I read Paper every month and think it is rad!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Collapsing under the weight of its own pretension.
Paper magazine may have been cool a few years ago, but it is a shallow, sell-out parody of what it once was. Basically a celebrity puff-rag. Ironically, not worth the paper it's printed on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good, alternative, hip magazine
I like the creativity and originality behind this magazine. It is about fashion, but of all the fashion and lifestyle magazine on the market it is the least commercial. This may not be as big a deal for you. Perhaps you like your life driven by the ethic our comsumer culture. If so, then this magazine may or may not be the thing for you. But if you are decidedly countercounter and also "hip" in your outlook, you can't do any better than this magazine in my opinion. ... Read more


62. Bitch
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Publisher: Bitch Publications
Sales Rank: 376
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
This magazine will make you think. While it's a bit denser than Bust, it's still very witty and entertaining and even funny. I take exception to the reviewer who found it angry; however, I think that the editors and writers have a very clear vision and insight into pop culture and can be quite passionate, yet it's still fun to read. Also this magazine deals with a whole gammit of issues that range from body image, to sexuality, to sexism, to the media portrayal of women, and other social rights issues. You should give it a try.

5-0 out of 5 stars What Women Want
This is a zine for real women. Women who don't define themselves in terms of what they are not (men, supermodels, etc.)
Perfect reading for emancipated minds and those needing a push.

4-0 out of 5 stars Intelligent, but jaded
This is an interesting magazine. It really is geared toward lesbians and has a bit of an angry side in it's writing although it makes good points and writing is well done. List price per issue is only 4.95. A one year subscription is 15.00 w/ a second subcription 20%. ... ... Read more


63. Surface
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Publisher: Surface
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64. URB Magazine
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Publisher: URB Magazine
Sales Rank: 547
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Tomorrow Music
You hear it in your favorite chic bar.

You hear it seeping from the computer science/music major's dorm room.

You hear it in those Mitsibishi car commercials.

URB features the music of tomorrow today. Forget the charts (and the herd). Get URB and XLR8R and uncover some real sonic treasures.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best coverage of hip hop and dance music.
Most of Urb's readers are rabid "underground" dance/hip hop fans who get outraged at any hint that the magazine is selling out. The fact that this magazine attracts these sort of people is a very good sign.

The pages are always packed with reviews and articles about artists and albums that are new to me. Their year-end lists are some of the best around. Their articles tell what the artists' music sounds like, instead of what celebrities they are dating/how they'd spend $848(*COUGH* Blender! *COUGH*)/what their childhoods were like/etc.

$ is more than most other music magazines, but if you are truly interested in dance and hip hop it's well worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars REAL HIP-HOP!!!
This magazine is the real deal Holyfield! They tell you somethings you can't find anywhere else. They'll tell you about up and coming artists and underground artists that are still hungry and at the top of their game, not about these commercial cats that lost love for the art. ... Read more


65. Country Music Today

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66. Soaps In Depth - Abc
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Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 810
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent soap mag!
This is the best soap opera magazine that I've seen. A must-have for soap lovers like me! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Magazine
This mag is great! I LOVE ABC soaps. My college classes make me miss most episodes, and although I try to tape them all I miss some. ABC Soaps in Depth keeps me up to date on everything going on in Llandview and Port Charles. It also has a bunch of candid pics of the actors. I highly reccomend it. ... Read more


67. Variety
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Publisher: Reed Business Information
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Wondering which pics will score big with auds at the B.O.? Or what the crix say about the new net skeds? Variety has the answers, but if you can't make sense of the lingo, you may not be ready for the movie industry's essential rag. Founded in 1905, Variety speaks as the insider voice of the entertainment biz. It offers movie, television, and theater reviews, but places more emphasis on predictions, trends, and insider scoop. The tone is "movers and shakers only, please!" Heck, the headline writers are so on-the-go they only have time for abbreviations: "Bull Market for Syndies," "Saggy Sudsers Go After Younger Aud," and "B'Casters Set Skeds to Fight Digital Rivals." Critics are "crix," a movie is always a "pic," the box office is the "B.O.," and "H'Wood" is, well, if you have to ask.... If you're looking for the latest celebrity gossip, you're out of luck. But if you're seeking cutting-edge news from the heart of Tinseltown, this is your mag. --Brangien Davis ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars entertainment industry's primary outlet
Variety is the New York Times of the entertainment world (in the USA). It's expenseive, but if you're seriously into show biz (for a living or otherwise) it's indispensible. You'll get info and reveiews way before anyone else, casting notices for film and TV, huge supplimental issues about each film/media festival, production updates (wondering what your favorite director's next film will be and where it is in the production cycle? It'll say here - whether they're in based in Hollywood, the Ukraine, or anywhere in the trackable entertainment world)
Lots of extra info, plus headlines like Chix Pix Nixed in Stix. (women's films banned in rural areas) ... Read more


68. Cinefex
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Publisher: Cinefex
Sales Rank: 1350
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Special Effects Journal
This is thee Special Effects journal. Nothing else comes close. If you want indepth, behind-the-secenes information, on what's happening on the cutting edge of special effects in cinema, accompanied with lush color visual photography on every page, than this is the journal that brings you the indepth behind the scenese of the craft and it's wizardly practicioners.

Cinefex is the special effects JOURNAL! ... Read more


69. Scene
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Lund Entertainment
Sales Rank: 973
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70. Modern Drummer
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Publisher: Modern Drummer Publications
Sales Rank: 243
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Poor eye for Talent.
I am a fairly proficient hard rock drummer and feel I have a good knowledge of who are and who were the great rock drummers. I only wish Modern Drummer possessed the same knowledge. Their featured drummers are either modern day heavy metal/grundge drummers from bands like Slipnot, Marilyn Manson and Rage Against the Machine, Godsmack or lightweight jazz drummers who most rock drummers are unfamiliar with. Heck, Marilyn Manson used a drum machine up until the last few years, that's how important he felt a live drummer would be to his sound. Like another reviewer said these modern day grunge,/metal/industrial/goth drummers are "flash in the pan" drummers with no solid rock drummer influences - only the drone of distorted grundge melodies fill their their heads. Another odd anomoly is the drummers they celibrate from the 60's, 70's and 80's, drummers like Bill Bruford, Steve Smith and Dennis Chambers. Their focus is only on technique here (they exalt Smith to legendary status and allow this candy-ass Journey drummer to be the authority on many of the "drummer tip" articles). All out, raw, but talented drummers like Jimmy Chamberlain, Dave Grohl, Matt Cameron, and Zach Starkey get short shift. Look, I do appreciate the lesson sections, but let drummers like I have just mentioned give tips on drumming once in a while. Furthermore classic drummers like Ian Paice, Mitch Mitchell, Carmen Appice, and John Bonham are never featured. Kieth Moon received a lame feature in a recent article on the 25th anniversary of his death because he epitomizes the type of percussionist Modern Drummer Magazine despises, a balls-out, creative, beyond-defining type of drummer. Placing these fat armed, tattoo-laden, heavy-handed, modern day heavy-metal drummers on the cover is just as cheap as the low end models of Pearl, Gretch and Ludwig drums they like to advertise. If you would feature top of the line drummers and top of the line gear you would certainly get more subscribers.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Drum Magazine
The best all around drum magazine, ever. There have been imatators, but no other magazine will give you the deticated hard working staff modern drummer has. The magazine is packed with new product reviews, stories on todays top drummers, and a cd/book/video review section that has led me to some of the best drumming imaginable. If you are a serious drummer or just starting out, Modern Drummer is the ultimate source of drumming knowlegde.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best, bar none.
Modern Drummer is much more than a magazine about drummers; it's a magazine about DRUMMING. You simply can't find a better magazine that keeps you on top of everything drum-related. From new product reviews, to tuning techniques, to health columns about good playing posture and other drummer woes, to the well-written and informative articles, Modern Drummer is the best source of drumming information. Who knew that by reading a review with Godsmack's drummer, I'd learn that putting cotton balls in my floor tom is a great muffling technique? All music genres are covered in the magazine, with sheet music and guest columns from the world's greats showing how it's done.

If you're a drummer, do yourself a favor and get a subscription today. You will value this magazine for the rest of your life.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Rocks
I am sorry but there is no better Magazine for drummers
Hands down the best

3-0 out of 5 stars Hit and miss
I've been a Modern Drummer reader/subscriber for a very long time and it's consistently been a decent magazine.

MD does excellent product reviews. They are always interesting to read and give a good idea of how a product sounds (always tricky) or works. Whenever MD focuses on equipment, be it the reviews or news of new equipment, the magazine excels. They do a very good job of keeping up with manufacturers all over the world. And this is no mean feat considering that the number of types of instruments and equipment that fall under the category of drums and percussion is probably as vast as all other instruments combined.

Also one of the better aspects of the magazine are the "filler" (nondepartmental) articles that vary from month to month. The editors do a respectable job of filling the mag with articles that will interest all aspects of the drumming community. Community also plays a big part. Drummers, unlike guitarists, tend to love each other rather than despise others with talent. Little things like updates on older drummers, world drummer features, new drummers featured every month, birthdays, and even obituaries foster this sense. The latter is one of the best aspects of the magazine, as the editors really hold the community feel in mind when doing obits, often featuring drummers and music folks that would never get press anywhere else. Having some history of drumming presented in this manner helps to appreciate those that went on before us.

MD also tries to help instructionally, publishing charts and transcriptions of famous drum performances. The editors consistently try to educate on several fronts, including technique, buying tips, how to make a living as a drummer, and so on. All these features are invaluable.

There are some flaws, though, with the biggest being the main interviews. Featured drummers have traditionally been big names, but those names anymore are from bands I have either never heard of or are lopsidedly in the metal/grunge/industrial arena. Most of these guys are here today and gone tomorrow. Plus, they usually have little to say about the craft. And their final critique: I get tired of all the multi-tattooed, "I'm Cool", metal coverboys staring out from the magazine rack in my living room. Nothing says style like have some guy with piercings all over his face brooding at friends, neighbors, and in-laws. Some of these guys on the covers even scare children.

Sadly, technique and craft are often not discussed in great detail in the main interviews. One recent edition had interviews with two veterans, Stewart Copeland and Vic Firth. And while this was one of the better copies of the mag, little of technique was discussed with these two drumming giants. If you have heard either play, and you are a drummer, you'd love to know how they do it and from where they pull their style. Considering that interviews comprise a large portion of the magazine, this can be disconcerting.

The magazine also features reviews of recordings, but seems to pull its punches, possibly for fear of losing advertisers. The lowest rating you almost ever see for recordings is a "6" out of "10", with most being an "8". Hey, I listen to a lot of music and the sub-6 category consists of about 90% of what is out there.

The last con is the look of the magazine. For a music magazine, it's not very hip-looking. The design of the magazine seems to always be stale, even when it is updated from time to time.

Still, despite its lacks, MD holds up. There are few other options for magazines for drummers, so you don't have a lot of choices anyway. Considering this, MD gets an extra star in the review simply for being there for those of us who like to hit the skins. ... Read more


71. The Hollywood Reporter Weekly
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Hollywood Reporter
Sales Rank: 1218
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72. Hello
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Publisher: Galleon Company
Sales Rank: 560
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite
"My lips are sealed!", vows Patsy Stone regarding a recent scandal of hers in the Absolutely Fabulous episode "Hospital". "You'll do 'Hello!' magazine, won't you?", asks her equally obnoxious best mate Edina Monsoon. Patsy mimes unzipping her mouth and says, "oh yeah- of course!" "HELLO!" magazine is like an English combination of "People" and "The National Enquirer". This is a fun mag with loads of American and international celebs alike. What makes it different from it's Yank competitors is the amount of entertainment news you get abroad, plus information on the Royals and "society" folk. A very pricey subscription, but worth every penny to me. If you, like me, are an Anglophile, you cannot live without HELLO! magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars A British Classic
Though you can't take it terribly seriously, Hello! Magazine is a juicy read. Photo spreads of your favorite actor's house. The latest on the British Royalty. You get the idea. (There is a classic "Absolutely Fabulous" where Patsy gets profiled for Hello! only to see the article turn into "Patsy Stone: My plastic surgery nightmere"). A good sized magazine with unobtrusive advertising and lots of photos. Fun!

4-0 out of 5 stars The People of the UK
The English version of People. But even saucier and with juicy photos. For all the dish on the royals, english celebs, this is the place to go. ... Read more


73. Arthur Magazine
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Redan, Inc.
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74. The E Ticket : Walt Disney Disneyland & The Imagineers

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Publisher: E Ticket
Sales Rank: 1163
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the BEST!
Growing up with Walt's Disneyland, I was hungry for anything relating to the hidden facts and history of this most Magic of Kingdoms. Once I discovered "The 'E' Ticket", it turned out to be everything I had hoped for and more. I imediately subscribed and ordered every back issue, grateful that I have a totally complete set. ("Ticket" is totally subscription supported and accepts NO ADVERTISING!!!)

Using incredible rarely or never befor seen archival construction photos, glimpses or original artwork, and extensive interviews with Imagineers past and present, "Ticket" sets the record strait, puts rumors to rest, and finally gives long-overdue credit to the brilliant men and women that created Disneyland, it's attractions, shows and more.

"The 'E' Ticket" is more than appropriatly titled, and like Disneyland itself, nothing short of a MUST for fans of Walt Disney and Disney Parks alike.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Disney Theme Park Magazine
E-Ticket brings to life the story of one attraction each issue. The story comes to life through the words of the imagineers that worked on the ride, as well as pictures taken of the attraction.
Some rides are no longer at Disneyland, so for a young man like myself, it's cool to see ideas of the past, like the Mine Train. Even seeing rides that are still around today is interesting to read about. Some of the rides have changed so much, that they are far different than their former self.
If your interested in the technical views of the park, this is also a great magazine for you. The magazine goes into detail on how the ride works, and why some of them have failed.
For the true fan of Disney's theme parks, this is the best magazine for you. Brings you back into the magic four times a year, without paying the extra cash to go to the park. ... Read more


75. One2One Living
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Publisher: One2One Living LLC
Sales Rank: 1309
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I love this magazine
It's funny, laid back and relevant. At first, I thought it was going to be all about dating, but I was wrong. It's full of resources and useful information.It's bold but intelligent. If you're single, then it's the best and only magazine you'll ever need to put the spark in your life. I went on a Christmas Cruise that they recommended and had a blast.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet!! -- It's like being part of a club
What an awesome magazine. I didn't realize there was that much for singles to do until I got One 2 One. It's like my own social calender of events. I don't have to worry about finding a date to go with, I can just show up knowing that other singles will be there.Cool!!

Great music and movie reviews, none of the CD selections disappointed me, they tell it like it is -- The good, the bad and the ugly. They need to ease up on the chick flicks though!
What a great idea, the singles in there are classy, I even got an email back. This is my new favorite magazine ---Sweet! ... Read more


76. Strings
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: String Letter Publishers
Sales Rank: 975
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Appeals to many types of music lovers
I have been subscribing to "Strings" for several years and enjoy the magazine. This last issue had a section on cajun music as well as an article featuring Joshua Bell, a world-class violinist who is teaming up with MIT to develop a series of high-tech instruments and musical toys designed to stiumlate children's interest in music.

There are usually a few pages of music (for violin) and reviews of books, music, bows, violins, etc.

There have been a few issues that did not appeal to my interests. That is the reason for 4 stars. ... Read more


77. Alias
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Publisher: Express Magazine
Sales Rank: 1381
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars TOO PRICEY
I expected more for the price that you pay!!! Yes it has interesting current info...but like 8 pages worth....not enough for $7.00 an issue. I want a 200 page magazine for that price or a lesser cost. I recommend you go to Barnes and Noble or Borders...sit down and read it and put it back. Seriously! Normally I would never suggest that but....the alternative is just a waste any way you look at it. I am a fan of the show and Jennifer Garner in general so it took a lot to down the magazine!!! Look I still gave it 3 stars...definitely more than it deserves!

3-0 out of 5 stars Alias Magazine a Surprise
Im a big fan of Alias, and when i heard they had a magazine i was really surprised. I think its kind of expensive to pay $7 for a magazine but it has interesting information, but kind of little kiddish at the same time. Still kinda cool, but they could up the writting i think. ... Read more


78. Keyboard
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Music Player Network
Sales Rank: 1089
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars on point
i often read this Magazine at my Local Book Store&it truly hits home.I Play Keyboards myself&always read on what they have to say on the latest technology also Interviews with different Artists&the Sounds they are Vibing On.you can't miss with this Magazine.very detailed on the subject matter.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keyboards and more
If you are a keyboard player, you probably already know about this publication. You are aware that there is no other magazine that fills this niche quite as well (although Electronic Musician comes close). You likely are a subscriber already, or you pick up an issue at the newstand every month. But anyone, keyboard player or not, who is interested in making music with technology, would be served well by checking out this magazine. "Keyboard" is almost a misnomer, actually, because, while keyboards are emphasized, there is much here regarding recording and using computers for creating music. Strange as it may sound, sometimes keyboards get short shrift in favor of coverage of software and technology. The crux of this magazine, to me, is the product review section. If an item wins a "Key Buy" designation, you know it is worth adding to your musical arsenal. It's worth saving the back issues for reference. All in all a splendid magazine for musicians. ... Read more


79. Southern Lady
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Publisher: Hoffman Media Inc
Sales Rank: 1742
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Magazine - But...
I absolutely Love Southern Lady Magazine. I look forward to every delivery.

Here's the problem--I haven't received a copy in ages. The last one I got was Summer 2003. Help!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars best magazine
This is the best magazine on the market!!!!!!!!!! It is soothing, relaxing, inspiring,useful, decorative,helpful, and an all round good happy magazine. Everyone that I know that looks at it is impressed with it and can hardly put it down. The recipes are good. Even the ads are good. It is one that you don't want to throw away but keep forever. It is inspiring in that it gives you ideas for parties, friendships, home, food, and everyday living. It is a ladies magazine to the fullest. I wait and wait for the next one to come and then in the meantime, I read the old magazines I have.

5-0 out of 5 stars A breath of fresh air
Every time I get Southern Lady, it's like springtime any part of the year. The photographs are so beautiful! It includes articles on decorating, food, fashion and stories of southern women and just a general positive appreciation of life in general. No horoscopes, male bashing, scantily clad models or errant life advice - just uplifting articles and photographs.

My absolute favorite part of the magazine are the articles about women who are entrepreneurs and fortunately, there are at least two articles like that in EVERY issue. I get so excited about that part of the magazine. If they ever drop those type articles, I will drop the magazine. But I don't think they will because I think those women make the magazine special and set it apart... especially because the articles do not mention any of the financial gain of the women, just their love of doing what they do.

It is so wonderful and inspiring to read about others who got creative and decided to do something for others, their families and themselves. I think the magazine's premise is not about being from the south, but is about enjoying the beauty and joy of life that can be found in the south.

5-0 out of 5 stars All Things Lovely and Feminine
Ephemeral visions of Royal Albert pink rose-patterned teacups, antique Spode teapots, vintage lace, and antiquarian books; snippets from my past four trips to England and France appear fresh in my mind with each issue I receive in the mail. Catering to the feminine lady who dances to a softer beat; who enjoys being a woman and all that that entails, this magazine is a respite of pure bliss. I often save my still-unopened newest issue for over a week until I can find that perfect little island of quiet time and alone-ness.....perhaps with a silver tea tray, a gathering of storm clouds outside the French door, a pretty needlepoint pillow, delectable candles on my pretty table. "Southern Living" is a jewel, a rare find today.

5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful magazine
My stepmother gave me a gift subscription to this magazine, and I have since done the same for my friends. It is a wonderful magazine that covers a variety of topics and also various races of Southern ladies. It has beautiful photographs and ideas and wonderful recipes. Once you receive it, you won't want to discontinue the subscription! ... Read more


80. Fingerstyle Guitar
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Asin: B00006LC3P
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Publisher: Mi Media Llc
Sales Rank: 2276
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great for people serious about fingerstyle
A music teacher of mine suggested this magazine when I got interested in some more advanced fingerstyle method. The music selections in each issue are from some of the best known fingerstyle guitarists on the planet. Selections range for Irish/celtic jigs to flamenco to classical to jazz. If you really want to expand your skill and knowledge of the guitar invest in this magazine.

The only downside is that most of the music is pretty difficult to play. Some of the more difficult selections have taken me several months of daily practice to be able to play them correctly and I've been playing for over ten years. But overall Fingerstyle Guitar is an excellent addition to a serious guitar player's collection.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not for every guitarist
I've just gotten my last issue of my 6-issue subscription, and I think I'll let it run out without renewal. Not because I didn't enjoy the magazine, but because I now have enough music to learn for the next year, and I don't need anymore.

The articles aren't that interesting, what sets this magazine apart is the wide range of music and genres that are included, and the accompanying recordings, which are really nice, since it gives you a "feel" for the subject matter that you can't get otherwise.

Most of it is fairly advanced though, and certainly not a magazine for the beginner. On average, there's about one song per issue that I can play. Beginners should look elsewhere.

I have noticed a few errors in their transcriptions. Sometimes it's a number on the wrong line of tab, sometimes it's a whole measure that's erroneously duplicated. Sometimes it's written a little odd, and can be difficult to read quickly (eg. sometimes the strong beat isn't made to stand out from the others).

It's expensive, but it's worth the price. It will probably cost you the same to buy a fingerstyle book with the same amount of music, but without the recordings.

In conclusion, it's worth a try. Pick up an issue at the stand and try it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for intermediate to advanced, not for begginner
The best part of this magazine is the wonderful music that comes with the CD. Its actually worth the subscription to just get the CD. It is first-class fingerpicking music.

However, the music that they transcribe is quite advanced, I would find it hard to believe that anyone but a professional could play most of the transcriptions in the magazine. They have been making a move towards some more intermediate music, there is maybe a song every other issue that is within my grasp.
However, there is some value in learning parts of songs that you can struggle to get.

I have been a subscriber for about 4 years.

Doug ... Read more


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