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3. The Atlantic Monthly
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4. Out
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5. People En Espanol
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1. InStyle
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Asin: B00007IJX0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 9
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Articles about beauty, fashion, and media personalities.
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5-0 out of 5 stars My new favorite fashion magazine.
I'm not really the kind of person who gets into the whole fashion/beauty faze, but "InStyle" is definitely one heck of a fashion magazine! It combines celebrity lifestyles with the latest fashion and beauty trends. There are great articles and interviews with your favorite celebrities; the clothes are (for the most part) gorgeous. With "InStyle" magazine, you can take a look into the home of Britney Spears, find out what the perfect clothes are for the right vacation, and get the latest tips on beauty. This is not some teenybopper magazine, either. It's a fashion magazine for adults. The pages are slick with glossy photos. There are plenty of ads, but "InStyle" is well-worth it. For all fans of fashion, beauty, and celebrities, "InStyle" is the must have magazine.

I highly recommend "InStyle" magazine.

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4-0 out of 5 stars One of the best all-around fashion magazines
"InStyle" is a compendium of something for everybody: fashion, beauty, accessories, celebrities, interior design and entertaining. Refreshingly absent are the usual banal columns on advice, sex, gossip, and other filler you find in fashion magazines that don't stick to what they know. InStyle does, and holds its own with any fashion magazine on the market. Its target audience is younger than "Vogue", but there are ideas in its accessories, interior design and entertaining sections that are relevant to women of all ages. The layout and photography are excellent. InStyle runs more editorial pages per issue than any other fashion/beauty magazine, most of which are mainly advertisements. It's a relative newcomer to the world of fashion magazines, but it hit the ground running and it's still one of the top contenders.

5-0 out of 5 stars Push Your Boundaries
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This magazine is great for helping you to WANT more...
More style, more fun, more joie de vie...
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It is definitely great for shaking up a complacent lifestyle and helping you attain higher aspirations...
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Some other great ideas for women who want more out of life are the CD "Voice Lessons To Go" and the videos "New Sex Now" and "Goddess Worship" -- the last one is really amazing if you aspire to attain higher levels of intense sensual pleasure.
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1-0 out of 5 stars Beware of InStyle's advertisements
I was recently enjoying my latest issue of InStyle when I came across a large, glossy ad for cigarettes. To my knowledge, there have been none in the past 5 or 6 months. I wrote a letter to the editor and ended my subscription. Any magazine that claims to be about womens' interests owes it to us not to promote the sale or consumption of cigarettes.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fashion with some celebrity news thrown in
It would seem you can't get a fashion mag to update your wardrobe without reading about some starlet's opinion on peace. But at least In Style takes the entire magazine from a style point of view, not a "10 best ways to drive your lover insane" or "What J-Lo thinks about Iraq" point of view.

The magazine is useful for trends and of course it's a good "sitting under the hairdryer at the hairdresser's" kind of fun thing to glance through. If you keep up with fashion trends, this is one of the better magazines on the subject. ... Read more


2. Star

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Asin: B00007G2X5
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Media Inc
Sales Rank: 166
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars SUPER FUN GUILTY PLEASURE INDEED
EVERYONE NEEDS A LITTLE FUN AND THIS MAGAZINE DELIVERS EVEN IF THE STORIES AREN'T ALWAYS TRUE IT'S FUN TO READ AND ISN'T TO HEAVY TO DIGEST. GREAT PHOTOS AND GOSSIP. I LOVE THE FASHION PAGES AND THE WHAT WERE THEY THINKING!! PHOTO'S

4-0 out of 5 stars Life is Too Short, That's Why You Need Star.
Star is definitely way up there on my list of guilty pleasures. In my opinion, of the celebrity magazines it has the best photos, the best reporters and tattlers, it's always easy to read and with its new slick format, it is totally irresistable. And they always come up some clever columns or series. Like for a minute, it was Joan Rivers and her daughter on the Fashion Police Beat. Now, it's "Normal or Not Normal". As the paparazzo catch the Beautiful Ones doing seemingly everyday things the Star Editors have fun with whether this is normal behavior with a hilarious rating system. Anyway, I stack it right along with my weekly journal and magazine reading. To me it's a fun publication. ... Read more


3. The Atlantic Monthly
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Asin: B00007987Y
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Publisher: The Atlantic Monthly
Sales Rank: 46
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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Formerly called the Atlantic. Features articles for the general reader, reports and comments on recent events in history, humor, fiction, poetry, arts and leisure, and book reviews.
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the finest monthly magazines in the nation
"The Atlantic Monthly," is by far one of the finest magazines in the nation. Moreover, as a faithful reader for decades I can honestly say that the editors and directors of this tier one publication rarely disappoint. To this end, the quality of the writing in this magazine is vastly superior to that of the weekly news magazines and most other monthlies.

Quite frankly, "The Atlantic Monthly," is deep. It offers current events, poetry, short stories, drawings, book reviews, movie comments and much more. I like to read this magazine on the train and try not to leave it on my desk because it tends to disappear and never return. For instance, the March 2003 issue with James Fallow's cover piece, "Post-President for Life: What will William Jefferson Clinton do for the next thirty years?" is bound to be a collectors item and will have to be locked up. In conclusion, this is an excellent publication and I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Single Best Monthly In Existence!
In the several years since my retirement, I have come to wait by my trusty old rusted metal mailbox around the third or fourth of every month, waiting for my monthly issue of the Atlantic Monthly. It is likely the single best amalgam of intellectual articles on a variety of subjects one can find in contemporary America, and features a stable of highly regarded writers and authors. For good reason; from subjects as arcane as the supposed imminent fall of the Soviet union based on demographic and economic analysis in the mid-1980s to the recent synopsis of former spy Robert Baer regarding the evils of dealing with the highly corrupted Saudi regime, the magazine consistently offers an erudite, informative, and provocative look at aspects of contemporary reality one cannot find elsewhere.

Needless to say, I really enjoy reading the magazine, and its articles often lead me on Amazon searches for tomes by the talented authors, which in the case of said author Robert Baer, or perpetually sagacious satirist P.J. O'Rourke, or my own favorite, James Fallows, leads to some worthwhile reading experiences indeed. It avoids the trendy, so we are spared the suffering through the latest and greatest mass experiences in favor of intellectual roads less traveled, being grassy and rather wont of wear, makes for better and more satisfying traveling, whether trudging through the snow with my Wintertime Dunham Tyroleans or padding down grassy fields in my summertime Birkenstocks. Just keep on trucking! Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Variety Magazine made in America
It's like Reader's Digest for people who actually have a brain.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best liberal mag
Sorry they lost their best editor in Iraq. A wonderful though bulky mag!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Writing, Sometimes Biased
I began reading this magazine in earnest during college. The articles are written very well, possibly some of the best writing in the industry. Sometimes there is an unwanted bias, but not too often. Many times, the articles are ground breaking in many fields (scientists, take note!). This is a great way to broaden your horizons while subconciously learning to read and write better. Give an issue a try. ... Read more


4. Out
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Liberation Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 481
Average Customer Review: 3.15 out of 5 stars
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Filled with features, fashion, travel, celebrities and more for gay and lesbian life today.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Get over yourselves!
Oh, please! People don't read OUT for in-depth academic diatribes. What part of "it's a fashion magazine" don't you people understand? It is a fun fashion/arts/entertainment mag. As far as I know, their readership is predominantly male, hence the lack of tons of lesbian content. But at least there are indeed articles about/by dykes instead of in magazines like Genre or Instinct. And maybe the reason why there are straight folk in it who are gay-friendly rather than a whole magazine of 100% bonafide homos is because half the gays in Hollywood don't have the balls to come out! Hello, Sean Hayes! I love OUT. I love Entertainment Weekly too. And US Weekly. Don't expect a literary journal from a pop culture magazine. Or better, go start your own, better rag!

3-0 out of 5 stars It's definitely different
Although the magazine is fluffier and more fashion-driven than the Out Magazine of yore, it still has some interesting news-oriented articles. Recent examples include articles on straight employees at gay organizations, lesbian co-parenting and a cruise line for gay people with vision impairment.

1-0 out of 5 stars OUT has NO content
What's in OUT magazine? A whole lot of nothing, that's what! The "articles," if you want to call them that, are a waste of time. The models are the same-old, same-old. Why does this magazine even exist? I can't wait for my subscription to run out, so the vacuousness can end.

2-0 out of 5 stars i wish
I wish this magazine talked more about issues and conflicts. Instead it focuses on home decor and fashion. I need information, not fluff.

5-0 out of 5 stars OUT is a great fashion/entertainment mag
It's true. OUT is a fashion and entertainment magazine (not news), and it's written mostly for gay men--but because that's also mostly who buys it. But the magazine has gotten more diverse. There's definitely lesbian content in every issue, and there's more multiracial and transgender content than ever before, too (and more than in most LGBT publications). The idea that one magazine should be everything to the entire LGBT community is ridiculous--it's impossible. But at least OUT is head-and-shoulders above INSTINCT and GENRE in terms of story depth, intellect, and inclusiveness. Buy it for the writing, the opinions. The beefcake is just bonus! ... Read more


5. People En Espanol
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Asin: B00005R8BN
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Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 386
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Una revista muy chevere
This magazine is wonderful if you are looking for a magazine that is easy to read, entertaining and yet informative all in one. It is geared toward the Latin community but I think it could also interest anyone who speaks Spanish and has a love for the culture. I started buying this magazine regularly in 1998 and I am still a fan of People en espanol. At first glance one may think that it's the Spanish version the weekly People magazine in English but believe me the only element in common is the title. This magazine has a section on "la farándula" and "en familia" which I find always nice to read and sometimes there are good articles about infants and kids that give helpful tips about childcare. There are other informative sections that you can read according to your personal preference. Lastly, the quality of the Spanish is very good in comparison to other magazines in its class in which I have found major grammar errors on a regular basis. This magazine is worth every cent and can be read through an through.

5-0 out of 5 stars better than the regular people magazine
I have been learning Spanish for several years now, but when I started out my teacher recommended People in espanol. When I got good enough at reading spanish, I started reading it. It is an awesome magazine, much better than its English counterparts. You won't find the same people over and over in the magazine, and the magazine seems to have more of a personal touch to it. The pages are more colorful and there are quizzes and other puzzles, as well as informative articles that are not the typical fluff of this magazine's english counterpart. It introduced me to a different culture as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Spanish Language Magazine in the US
People en Espanol is a magazine ALL Latinos can be proud of. A solid editorial mix of current events, celebrities, trends, fashion and nostalgia, the magazine is journalistically far superior to other titles for the same audience. Not only are its reporting standards superb, the magazine provides a wonderful range of stories every month. Unlike "TV & Novelas" which is all gossip-all-the-time, or "Latina" which is written in "spanglish" or even "Selecciones" which appeals to my parents, "People en Espanol" offers a genuine high-integrity alternative in Spanish that truly makes it unique, relevent and dynamic. The stories are interesting, the information valuable, and the photos vibrant....like our culture!

Moreover, it's not a knock-off of the US version of People Weekly - in fact, very little of its coverage draws from the US title, so that the editorial is fresh and relevant to the Latino audience, not matter if the reader is Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, South American or Dominican. That alone makes it very special. In a culture where each subgroup seems self-isolated, this magazine works hard to focus on the ties that bind our communities rather than the ones that seem to drive us apart.

It's a magazine I am proud to subscribe to, and one I have given to countless friends as a gift. They love it, and you'll love it too!! ... Read more


6. Shop Etc.
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Asin: B0002LCXFC
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 104
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7. Coastal Living
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Publisher: Southern Progress
Sales Rank: 553
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8. Tattoo
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Asin: B000060MKN
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 488
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent depiction of tattoo culture
Many people ...moan about the articles in this magazine, it is really unfortunate that no one is interested in the tattoo culture as much as the tattoos themselves. I am a collector of tattoos (12 and still going strong), but why get tattoos without knowing about advancements in tattooing, or the awesome people that do it. People who have tattoos should really enjoy the articles, and the people that keep tattooing alive. The culture is as entertaining as the pictures, and if you don't apreciate that than you shouldn't get tattoos. Respect those that make a living sharing their art with the world, don't be close minded and expect only pictures, that's not tattoing or the tattoo world. This is an excellent magazine and I would suggest it to any one!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Love it, but....
Being tattooed myself (currently 11) I love checking out new art from around the world... which has made me addicted to this magazine. The only problem? I have to agree that there are just too many articles that have nothing to do with tats. Granted, the mag has introduced me to some new cds, but that really isn't what I'm buying it for. If you're into articles as well as pics, get a subscription. If you're looking for just pics - check out Flash magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Love it, but...
Being tattooed myself (currently 11) I love checking out new art from around the world... which has made me addicted to this magazine. The only problem? I have to agree that there are just too many articles that have nothing to do with tats. Granted, the mag has introduced me to some new cds, but that really isn't what I'm buying it for. If you're into articles as well as pics, get a subscription. If you're looking for just pics - check out Flash magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Mag
I give tattoos and have several (12). This Mag is great if your looking to read about artists and trends in differnt parts of the country or the world. If your looking for more pictures check out flash magazine.

3-0 out of 5 stars I DON'T read this for the articles
I have several tattoos and am always looking for new ideas and inspirations. I know many people probably want the exposure that this magazine provides to their tattoo shops, but I would really appreciate more pics and less words. I am happy for anyone who can make a successful career performing body artwork, but show MORE and TALK less!!!! ... Read more


9. Budget Living
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Asin: B00006BILS
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Publisher: Budget Living
Sales Rank: 168
Average Customer Review: 3.16 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars A fun catalog of cheap, trendy things and ideas
I'm a graduate student. I live off my stipend. The sweats I'm wearing, I got at a garage sale for a quarter (talked down from a dollar) oh and I got this magazine for free, too. I also enjoy a great bargain, which probably puts me near the demographic for this magazine.

I just finished reading the second issue that was packed with gift ideas and home decorating ideas. I like the way that the editors sort through the cheesy stuff at discount stores and pick out the few gems that look like they cost much more. I just wish I could decorate my apartment. Sigh. I also enjoy seeing models wearing nice dresses and jewelry that are actually reasonably priced. This is the stuff that most people will actually be wearing, and I quite enjoy being practical. The do it yourself projects look easy (not Martha Stewart easy but real person easy) and reasonable and very trendy though I probably won't be taking apart my sink anytime soon.

Some of the advice in this magazine especially the investing and tax information I found particularly useless. Either the information is obvious or just putting of the inevitable until later. These types of articles seem to give advice about serious matters too flightily. I doubt anyone is going to refinance or not refinance his or her home based on a two-page article with very little information to back up the author's advice.

All in all, Budget living is fun to read, but I didn't really learn much from it. The topics that I didn't know much about, I still don't know much about. If you're frugal already, this magazine won't tell you anything that you don't already know, and if you really want to know about investing or managing your money you'll need to look elsewhere. Mostly this is just a fun catalog of cheap, trendy things and ideas. I'd give BL another half star for the nice graphic design if I could.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great magazine!
I really enjoyed this magazine! It was the first magazine that I read from cover to cover and twice, in a long time. The home design sections are interesting and offer unique projects, like the most recent issue details how to turn an old surf board into a table, however, I liked all of the other parts of the magazine a little bit better.
I liked the food section, as well. They list the price for each food item, which will vary for each person, but I liked it because they were keeping with the budget idea. I think that's what I liked the best--overall. This magazine calls itself a budget magazine and keeps with it. If they find a cool purse that's pricey or something like that, they say so and mention other items that are lower priced.
Overall a great magazine that's not pretentious...

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
This is probably the worst magazine I have ever read. The items that they recommend are either by no means "budget" priced since you can go to most department stores and pay the same price or far less, and/or are the most tacky, gaudy, flee market looking items you would never want in your home. Anyone with even a small amount of common sense can make better decisions on purchases all on their own - starting with NOT buying this magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Budget Living offers everything a thrifty girl could want! From clothes to financial advice it offers reasonable alternatives to so many items. I highly recommend this one!

2-0 out of 5 stars Just OK
This magazine is just ok. If you love Real Simple and Cooking Light (like I do) and you're looking for other magazines that are similar, you will be disappointed in Budget Living. I can read RS and CL from cover to cover every month and can't wait to get another issue. I've given Budget Living almost 12 tries and I've been bored with every single issue. I can't give specific examples because the publication has never offered me anything interesting or helpful that would be worth remembering. ... Read more


10. In Touch

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Asin: B00009VPDT
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 358
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I love In Touch!
This is a great magazine! I like it much better than People and Us Weekly because it offers uplifting information and isn't so depressing like People. They have all the latest celebrity gossip and style. Plus it's not as expensive as the others. With In Touch, you get so much more value for your money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great if it arrives...on time or EVER
I subscribed to IN TOUCH shortly after it appeared on store shelves. Not only have at least five issues not ever even shown up in my mailbox since then, but IF they do, it is a week AFTER I've seen the magazine on the rack in stores. Terrible subscription service.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lightweight "Touch"
Want the leering celebrity gossip and trend-following of "Us" and "People," but don't want to spend so much time following all those long words? Then "In Touch" is your kind of magazine. Vapid, vacuous and obsessed with the gloss of celebrity, this is instantly forgettable ridiculous tabloid fluff.

"In Touch" is essentially a cheap, glossy tabloid magazine. Cover stories are usually the latest salacious love-life/pregnancy/breakup/marriage rumors ("Jennifer Dumps Her Lover!") or fluff stories about how celebrities lost weight, their clothes, their underwear (recommendations for nudie thongs?), how they decorated their homes, and updates on the thousands of reality-show celebrities du jour.

Ironically, despite the wealth of false -- and often silly -- rumors that "In Touch" produces, they have an entire section devoted to pronouncing rumors "false" or "true." Occasionally one of their fluff pieces is interesting, like the brief article on "Lord of the Rings" star Dominic Monoghan and his buggy pets (a mantis and a black widow). But only a handful of articles stand out -- the rest melt together into a sloppy sea of stale rumors.

It's hard to find many magazines more vapid than "In Touch." Aside from the ones for the under-five crowd, that is. It's heavy on pictures and lame captions, light on text, and very heavy on flash. Not to mention obsessed with people and things who are primarily famous for being famous -- Paris Hilton and Demi Moore most prominently.

"In Touch" is strictly a pleasure for those preoccupied by celebrity news, even if that news is garbage in more than one way. Instantly forgettable and light as a feather.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor subscription delivery
Basically this is pure gossip reading. I like the magazine for this purpose, however THIS subscription delivery service is for the birds! I get a magazine, on average, every two or three weeks. When I do finally receive it, it is so outdated that the news is old and the "tv" programs to watch are already over....by several days! The days I receive it also vary, there is no consistency whatsoever - very unreliable and you'd be better served by going to the store and buying it there.

5-0 out of 5 stars get more than you paid for!
I started buying this magazine the first day it hit the shelf at our Wal-Mart. I haven't missed an issue. This magazine gives you more info than if you knew the stars personally and were up close and personal with their lives. I feel like the other mags dish it out, but sometimes I wonder if some of there stories are just that- STORIES! It seems like they spread it on pretty thick at times just to sell a cover. I don't get that with IN TOUCH. I have a salon, and my clients are anxious to find out what is going on this week with their favorite stars. It doesn't bother me in the least to sit down on a Friday or Saturday night, when the family is winding down, and read this book cover to cover, knowing that my clients are just as much movie buffs as I am, and they will want to know a tidbit of information on their favorites. Thanks IN TOUCH, for adding an end of the week incintive for those of us who very rarely get a Saturday off. Your magazine gives me something to look forward to! ... Read more


11. Ebony
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Asin: B00005NINT
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Johnson Publ Co/attn:sub Dept
Sales Rank: 727
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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World's largest black publication. Features articles on education, history, politics, art, business, personalities, literature, civil rights, sports, entertainment, music and social events.
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3-0 out of 5 stars black awareness
After reading EBONY, i found out that the magazine is unique in the sense that it brings out the welfare of Black race, more so it is also good for one to know the insight of what is going on in America concerning the Blacks, as in their welfare, also knowing what they've achieved in the music Business, and the entertainment world.

5-0 out of 5 stars Next Material
My name is Teamika Jones. I am from Cincinnati Ohio. I am a entreprenuer, that just recently opened Berry-Well Assoc. I believe in todays time we should have more magazines that reflect what our youth are doing like Ebony does. I am writing so that one of your next topics could be Young and Successful rising Stars. Please consider me. Thank You

5-0 out of 5 stars In a "perfect" world, Ebony would not be needed!
But, inasmuch as perfection on this planet is many years away, the legendary magazine is essential today as it was "back in the day". It provides insight on the famous and the up-and-coming, occasionally jabbing at the controversial.

While I am sometimes at odds with its glossy profiles of celebrities and political figures, I do, however, find the publication to be well researched and an enjoyable read.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sisterspeak Oct 2002'
I can't thank Lynn Norment enough for her article. I don't want to offend anyone but her article was right on time and we need more articles that give Black Women a positive reality check...I love my Sistas, but this having babies out of wed lock, babies'daddy and multiple babies is beyond good common sense. Number One. Black Women we are doing a grave disservice not only to ourselves but our children with this behavior. Get This, WE ARE NOT MEN, SO WE CANNOT RAISE MEN CHILDREN WITH A MALE PERSPECTIVE AND WHAT ARE WE TEACHING THEM WHEN DADDY IS A LOSER, NOT AROUND, UNSUPPORTIVE OR ANY OF THOSE MENTIONED..........NOT TO MENTION WHAT WE DEPRIVE OUR DAUGHTERS OF, SEEING A NORMAL PRODUCTIVE LOVING RELATIONSHIP WITH A MAN.
Sista's what is up with this. You know I know the pain , the hurt and all that goes with our struggle but we need to start GETTING RID OF our justified anger because it is so destructive, take classes, get consuling whatever it takes.
Take steps not to have babies until we are married. Yes married. Take steps to stop having babies and try to get a positive living, male influence. A good uncle, brother , friend in your Man-Child and Woman-Childs life. Lets start being discriminating in our choices but also make sure we are dealing with our Men without excessive anger or attitude. Let's give ourselves and our children a chance.. Again thank you for your article I hope many more of these articles are printed.....Pls forward this to Lynn Norment

5-0 out of 5 stars Much Props to John H.Johnson
I've Grown up on this Magazine & it truly represented so much to my up-bringing & the way I saw & heard the World. it covered so many Black Icons & Covered a Wide Range of topics Be it Education, Entertainment, Sports, Social, Health, etc... it's in a Class of it's own just like the Magazine's Founder.who also Brought the World Jet Magazine as well. ... Read more


12. European Homes & Gardens
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Asin: B00013JPN4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Highbury House Communications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1139
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Perspectives From Europe
'European Homes and Gardens' is an interesting variant on the home and decorating magazines generally found in the US. Although it is certainly not my favorite magazine in the style genre (that would be 'Dwell') it provides many articles on decorating techniques and materials commonly used in Europe that are more unusual in the US. The magazine discusses style and room layout, but the real beauty of this magazine is in the details. There are many affordable items (such as faucet sets or linens of various types) featured in short pieces which are hugely useful to remodelers or people who are redecorating.

I like the magazine, and at the price I think it is a bargain. A bonus is that although there certainly is advertising present in the magazine, there is not a ridiculous amount (like can be found in other magazines such as 'Architectural Digest') and the ads are focused on relevant products that you might actually be interested in. ... Read more


13. Flash
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Asin: B000060MKO
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Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 449
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars yet another great tattoo mag
This is one of the better mags out there. If you are one of the people that doesn't like to read, or can't, than this mag is for you, it doesn't have the informative articles that Tattoo has, this is more of he picture version. It's great for ideas and tattoo artist review. Good mag!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent tattoo zine!
This is my favorite tattoo rag next to HardCore Tattoos. Unlike the rest, Tattoo Flash cuts out the ads and BS while maintaining a variety of fresh art plus a section dedicated to reader submitted flash.

4-0 out of 5 stars hot flary flames
I realy don't have any common because this was the first tatoo book that i have seen but i'll tell you this it won't be the last. What i like about the magazine was that everything was in ccolor and not black and white like other maga. ... Read more


14. Where To Retire
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Asin: B00005NIPF
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vacation Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 432
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Somehow, this was not particularly good
I was hoping for more in-depth articles than what I got here. The towns listed were mostly resort-types, and there was far less on living in regular places where one might retire and live on a fixed income. I think I expected more from "Where to Retire" than I got out of my subscription, so I didn't renew. ... Read more


15. Robb Report
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Asin: B00005NIOP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Curtco Robb Media Llc
Sales Rank: 436
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Where the rich meet the beautiful
Robb Report focuses on the wealthy, the beautiful, and their deepest desires. Fast cars, fashionistas, fun, frolic, frivolity, and freedom.....that is how the rich stand apart from the ordinary.

Where else can a single, affluent man meet a beautiful, healthy, educated, and vibrant woman but at 4M Club---www.4mclub.com.

The Robb Report will take you on a fascinating journey of love, lust, envy, desire, sumptuous trinkets and travels only the truly fortunate possess.

Obsession, possession. But no recession for this lucky crowd.

The Robb Report is the lap of luxury, the creme de' la creme, the 'ver' in Vercaci.......don't walk, but run, to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of this truly decadent magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars classy and a must have for any conessouir
Robb Report covers everything a gentleman could ever want or imagine. I have purchased over a dozen vehicles out of Robb Report magazine and have never been disappointed. Thanks Robb Report

5-0 out of 5 stars Luxury Redefined
I have been an avid reader of Robb Report for well over 15 years, and I will continue to do so "til Death do us part". The affluent lifestyle is well represented in this publication, the proverbial "American Dream". From the reviews of the finest automobiles to the showcasing of the most exquisite pieces of jewelry the world has to offer, Robb Report has everything for the most discriminating shopper.
If you can truly appreciate the finer things in life that money CAN buy, Robb Report is THE magazine for you, bar none.

5-0 out of 5 stars Robb Reports KEEPS you in the KNOW
I lucked up discovering the Robb Report about three years ago. A great read on an airlines- I have had other passenger 'remove' it while I was out of my seat. Each issue since then has been a jewel and a treasure. The writers, photographers and editors create onoverwhelming sensory-overload for aspiring blue-bloods like myself. The vehicles, not limited to cars, vacation sites, and informative articles will keep you coming back month after month. Not to mention the Year-End Christmas Guide- a mammoth issue with gift and gadgets that will bring you to your knees. This issue alone is WORTH the subscription price. Dont miss out on another issue- grab one at the newstand or subscribe and you too will be hooked for life, hoping- praying for money to afford some of those great toys!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Luxe Life in magazine form.
There are a lot of magazines out there proclaiming themselves about the good life - well, at least the material and fun toys that can go with the good life but only the Robb Report is the real thing. A lot of the luxe lifestyle mags seem to be started by people hoping they'll get to drive Ferraris for free or so they get to hire models in bikinis to sit on a $150k pool table.

The Robb Report seems to be written by people with a geniune understanding, knowledge and interest in their subjects of coverage whether it's Ferrari's, Italian luxury yachts, the best rideshare jet or an interesting $4M vacation home - they know the history and understanding the lightweights from the authentic. They actually know their stuff and don't just write regurgitated press releases.

With a lot of fakes and poseurs out there, The Robb Report is the real thing. Solid writing, excellent photographs and even the ads are fun to look at. Whether you live this life or aspire to it, the Robb Report is the real beluga ... ... Read more


16. Guideposts

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Asin: B00005N7QJ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Guideposts/mail Receiving
Sales Rank: 279
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Magazine Ever
My great-grandmother bought subscriptions to Guideposts for all of her grandchildren year after year. I grew up eagerly reading the stories every month since I learned to read in grade school. When my sister and I married and moved out, my mom continued the tradition by paying for our subscriptions every year. After I read each issue, I pass it along to my girlfriend, who then passes it to her neighbor. My husband and I buy subscriptions every year for our seven adult nieces and nephews, as well as for several friends. These stories never fail to put me in a better mood. Whenever I'm feeling down or I can't sleep, I pick up a Guideposts. Usually, I can't put it down until I've read the whole issue. The stories are all from real, normal, everyday people. They get my mind off of myself, remind me of God's faithfulness, and put life in proper perspective. This is the only magazine of which I can honestly say you will not be disappointed. It is worth the price, many times over. Everyone with whom I've shared it has grown to love it, too. I feel that it's the best gift I can give someone I care about.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ruined by Offers
I agree with the other person who stated that he had to stop subscribing to this mag because of all the offers received. Ever since Norman Vincent Pearle who originally created this magazine passed away they started to bombarde people with offers to spend more money all the time and it gets riduculous! I always loved the magazine with the true stories,and would resubscribe but had to stop for the same reason and it's a shame.

4-0 out of 5 stars Interfaith Magazine
I highly recommend Guideposts Magazine. It makes a great gift for the hard-to-buy type, and it is a magazine that comes across as open and honest, without being "preachy." I say it's an interfaith magazine, however it's rare to see articles about Muslims, who certainly must have uplifting stories of their own to tell. Nevertheless, it's a great little magagzine to read when you want to read a little something while in bed, when you have a little break from the kids, or when you need something a little more positive in your life.

5-0 out of 5 stars Uplifting stories for all people
Guidepost is one of the best magazines around. The stories are true and inspirational . They give you hope and make you feel good about life.I can never get enough of them . I recommend it for people all the world over.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeping Up the Faith
The Guideposts magazines help keep my faith going. I love these
magazines because they are not focus on specific religion (Catholic, Baptist, Jewish, etc.) and articles are written by
readers with their everyday life. If I start to have doubt, reading the magazine usually help erase doubt. If I start to feel low/no spirit, the magazine usually really UPlift my spirit. I have been a subscriber for about 20 years. ... Read more


17. Jet
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Asin: B00005N7R1
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Johnson Publ Co/attn:sub Dept
Sales Rank: 754
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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National news and general editorial oriented to the black community. Editorials include hard news, feartures sports, fashion, education, black history, entertainment, business, black history, entertainment, business, society, religion & African affairs.
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2-0 out of 5 stars Nothing more, nothing less...and that hurts its future!
Like the title suggests, "Jet" can be digested quickly. It doesn't attempt to be too hard-hitting. In fact, it's better thought of as VERY light reading for those with limited time.

As a trailblazing publication, the magazine does possess historical significance. However, it seems to have lost much of its "edge" with the abundance of other, better written publications that adorn today's newstands.

With that in mind, the magazine deserves a major revamping in order to compete and attract readers beyond its loyal fan base.

If not, "Jet" is doomed to go the way of the dinosaur.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beauty of the Week ain't always a beauty
SOme of them JET Beauties of the Week look like straight up skank ho's. Show a brother what he really wants to see, a white girl!

2-0 out of 5 stars Getto brothers who have made it
Hi,
My name is Valerie Y. Williams and I have a few topic to talk about. First of all I work for a company and the president use to be one of the head leaders for a gang. He also sold drugs. This guy is know the president of a company in the same area he solded drugs and gang bang. He is an example of how people can change. I think it would be great to have an article on him and a couple of other bothers who were in that same situation. I work for Kingsway Fiancial Group, Aurora, Illinois @ 630 375 6048. My boss is willing to tell his story to help other black brothers out there. Please give him the opportunity to speak out and reach our brothers or brothers who are thinking about helping others.

You need articles that are going to interest our black community. The way to do that is find things that relate to our lives. I can write about "Black man forget but White man don't", that would be awesome. Our people are so argry and it needs to be released. We can't move forward with all that baggage.

Stories about how educated brothers from the hood became successful. We should educate our people from other people success to show them that they can make it and how.

Thank you,

Valerie Y. Williams
630 375 6048

1-0 out of 5 stars bad
This magazine is so bad. It seems like they get old information from the 70's and put it in the current issues. The magazine is too small and way too old to survive in the media.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beauty Models of the week=a 10 the rest of the magazine= ok
Love my Jet Magazine Centerfold Models.Yes LAWD!!! over the Years the Beautiful Soul Beautys have been Stunning&Kept me Glassy-eyed.but as far as the News goes: back in the day Jet was probably more fuller with events&things going down.One thing I'll say about Jet they always were on time back in the day with covering whomever was Hot in the Entertainment Business.there Music Charts were always a reflection of there vibe.from a Historic Perspective&too the Man John H.Johnson&Family I respect what it meant too me back in the day growing up on it.but aside from the Jet Beautys the Magazine hasn't aged as well over time.but I do have great memorys from back in the day. ... Read more


18. Organic Style
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Asin: B0001BNQ5O
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Rodale, Inc.
Sales Rank: 293
Average Customer Review: 3.06 out of 5 stars
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A source for everything organic - health, beauty, food, home, garden, travel, work, family, and soul.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Information You'll Actually Use
I think some of these reviewers are missing the point. Organic Style isn't a gardening magazine -- which is why I like it. It's more of a lifestyle guide to living better, feeling better and looking better. I'm not a vegetarian or a rabid organic advocate -- just an ordinary suburban mom looking for ideas for eating healthier, simplifying things around the house and putting together an outfit that doesn't make me look ridiculous. I found this magazine has great ideas that I actually use (unlike other magazines I get where they are filled with ideas suitable only for a movie star lifestyle or people with a personal chef). For example, they recently recomended an organic fruit and cereal bar my kids love -- and it's so much better for them. I can use that a lot more than spying the $2,000 baby booties Elizabeth Hurley bought. So if you're looking for a guide to make small changes that will make your life healthier, this magazine is a good place to start.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Magazine for the Organic Lifestyle
If you love yoga and find yourself wandering in the organic product section of your local grocery store, then this magazine might interest you. If not for the amusing articles about learning ujjayi breathing; for all the information on food, beauty products and lifestyle choices included for the organically aware.

In the June 2004 issue they featured an interesting website that shows you how toxic your zip code is. I was relieved to find that I had moved to an area with good air quality even though I keep an air purifier running constantly. They say the air inside your home can be more toxic than the air outside.

This magazine makes you more aware of all the resources you really do have to enhance your life and the advertising is at least encouraging instead of annoying. I am now lusting after a Dyson vacuum, thinking about trying out some new Wai Lana Yoga workout videos and dreaming about buying all the natural skin care products featured throughout the magazine.

Dr. Tieraona answers questions in a living well section. Although, I was wondering why she didn't recommend a product like Emer'gen-C "Lite" to the person asking about their afternoon slump.

"Create a Butterfly Garden" will be an article to clip and save for future gardening projects. It may be time to buy some purple coneflowers. You can also read about nontoxic fertilizers and pesticides.

Veronique Vienne has an article in the June 2004 issue about entertaining even if you're shy or broke. She recommends things like cooking with butter and fragrant herbs and lighting honeysuckle candles. Just reading about her adventures made me hungry. There also seem to be pages of decorating tips, sports features and information on lifestyle choices for families. This magazine promotes healthy life choices like balancing family and work or finding healthy food on the go. There "How to Pack a Picnic" gave me some great ideas for a summer picnic. Now if only I could escape into Vincent Van Gogh's painting "Landscape at St. Remy."

If you enjoy using organic ingredients, you will find a few recipes and the Stuffed Summer Squash is a recipe I'll try as soon as I can find some small yellow summer squash. There were tips on how to save money on Organic foods, which yes are slightly more expensive in general. Although, you might notice you spend less money on doctor visits or other areas of your life because healthy choices do make you feel much more healthy over time.

While this magazine is all about Organic, it is not Vegetarian focused. You will still find recipes for Crispy Chicken Drumettes to go along with your String Bean and Fennel Salad. They had a taste test for organic cookies and I have to agree the Country Choice Organic Sandwich Cremes are better than an Oreo cookie.

Overall, I found this magazine to be highly enjoyable to read in the bath or out on the deck. If you have just returned from planting flowers by the light of the moon, you might enjoy reading this magazine while soaking in an Aura Cacia Purify Aromatherapy Mineral Bath scented with the fragrance of flowers and spicy wood.

I've asked my husband for a subscription for my birthday because I thought this was a great way to remind myself to eat healthy and exercise regularly. Organic Style not only makes you more aware of your lifestyle choices, it presents some interesting options. You can now even buy natural wheat litter for your cat
that is safe and non-toxic for kittens. I finally found some at Petsmart and plan to clip the dollar coupon. I'm dreaming of finding a new kitten.

~TheRebeccaReview.com

4-0 out of 5 stars For the way we really are
As a mother, wife, daughter and also balancing work, I want to do the best I can. In addition, I want to make a difference in this world. I care about the environment as well, and I want some help in how to do it. Since I'm new at it, but also want convenience and style, Organic Style is my magazine to tell me how. I love sections on how to live greener (e.g. how to grow your lawn organically, what washing machines to pick, laundry detergents) and food that is healthier but not sacrificing taste. I love to dream with the retreats and vacations the magazine features. It also portrays different women in all shapes, sizes and ages being unique and individual. I think this magazine is a breath of fresh air. It is exactly what I was looking for: a balance between who I am and who I want to become.

1-0 out of 5 stars Organic Pain
The first issue of Organic Style I ever had the misfortune of reading contained an article about a woman's emotional journey as she searched for the right hair color for herself under the "soul" category of the magazine. And that, is but a taste of the completely absurd articles this magazine chooses to print.
Everytime I pick up the magazine (and now that's only when other reading material is unavailable) I feel annoyed. This is the one magazine I have found where not even a page interests me. A sample of what is included: the "green Buzz" in which we find out which celebrities have bought some eco-friendly product, like organic corn or something. Next there are all kinds of "organic beauty products". So if your the kind of person who's interested in organic wild mint muscle soothers, you might like this magazine. Next, there's a section on how to decorate your house in an organic way, which, apparetnly includes shelling out hundreds of dollars, or maybe a pillow. And then there's a section on, well, in the latest issue (July/ August)on how to let your natural beauty shine through. So eat lots of spinach salad and embrace your stress!. Then, as, in most magazines, there's a recipe section full or yes, organic recipes. But the winner for most annoying section of all has to go to "Soul." I have not yet read an article that has been meaningful, or has not made me cringe.
So, if this is what you're looking for, then Organic Style is for you. However, I would strongly suggest you stay away from this.... thing. If you really want to live in an "Organic way" I'd suggest you start a vegetable garden, and stay away from chemicles and pesticides. This magazine will not get you anywhere.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not much there there
The first time I read Organic Style, there was an entire "story" dedicated to organic fiber clothing. I thought it was expensive, but a stylish twist on the typical burlap sack style of earth-conscious dress. That was almost a year ago, and since then I've seen the magazine shift towards hippie resort fashion, or "natural" style, with a heavy emphasis on high cost, celebrity desert dwellings, and fancy "natural" products. I half expected to see a "do" and "don't " page! "Organic" as a definition has come to mean something very specific, about the lack of pesticides or renewable resource-type living. I know I'll be waiting my whole life to see a fashion/lifestyle magazine that doesn't use bleached cotton and sweatshop labor, so I'm not going to be too idealistic. Organic Style IS pretty, but these days there is not much there, there. ... Read more


19. Men
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Specialty Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 1004
Average Customer Review: 4.19 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars To the point
Having seen this magazine every once in a while, I was intrigued to take a look, and recnetly purchased an issue to to sample. The magazine does not dissapoint. Most of the men aren't models, but built fairly nicely, and the magazine is unafraid to have hairy men.

With some gay erotic tales, ads for gay toys, books, movies, and services, there's not much I don't like about the magazine. It's right to the point, every page has a man, or some part of man on it, so you won't get bored, even with many of the articles.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! Wow! Wow! Breathtaking......
This is by far the best magazine I've ever seen! I can't wait from one month to the next month's issue. The models are incredible (edible)! Where do they find all these good looking specimens??? I will be a LIFETIME subscriber......

5-0 out of 5 stars bigpenis
I love big penis and this magazine gives it all. I highly advise people to buy this magazine. If your like me and like to rub one off in the bathroom with a good looking man than i would tell you this is the one to buy. As I always say " YOU CAN'T BEAT IT" IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN...........
tHANKS FREDDY PORCIELLO
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4-0 out of 5 stars NOT TOO BAD
I was very hesitant about ordering this magazine. I will also admit that I was impatient for the first issue to arrive.
After glancing through it I found one thing about this magazine: it is clean enough and has very little explicit material (except for the gay movie reviews).
This is a magazine that has very handsome and well built men showcased within. The articles are moot because you are looking at the pics. But thumbs up for making the pictures very clean and shown in a tasteful manor (similar to Playboy-former subscriber).
Most of the guys look like everyday members of the male species (sans the overly muscled & chissled guys).
I would highly suggest to anyone (specifically men) who appreciates the male form to purchase this magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars It delivers what it promises
With the magazine's name self-explanatory, the reader gets what the title says. And the "Men" here are among the best to be found anywhere. Whatever the reader's taste (no pun), he or she will find a buffet (if only) of guys that exist only in erotic dreams, from the slim and svelte to the hunky and hairy, and all are beautifully endowed! In addition to its breath-taking glossy spreads (literally!), "Men" offers homoerotic fiction, interviews with some of gay life's prominent figures and leaders, websites for the grown-up toys on anyone's shopping list and boundless video referral sites. But the cornerstone of "Men's" strength is, of course, its men, and don't be surprised to find them a part of some erotic fantasy during a two-way or even if you're going solo. No other mag get much hotter than this! ... Read more


20. Savage
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Asin: B000060MKP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 448
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Good if you can get it.
This magazine is good for people who enjoy piercings as well as tattoo's. However in my one year subscription I received one magazine and if you do have problems you can not locate the company to complain. It is a risk ordering this magazine.

3-0 out of 5 stars "attitude" = "platitude"
i periodically read this magazine for lack of a better tattoo/piercing journal. the tattoos the magazine displays are generally nice pieces but the piercing depictions could be better. while it is not bad, i have two main problems with "savage". 1) the articles seem to be written by the same people who write for "tigerbeat" and 2) the "attitude" section (supposedly the most edgy section of the magazine) seems to be an excuse to show mediocre looking women with outlandish hair/clothes, with a sore lack of actual modifications. however, i would still recommend "savage" over any of the other tattoo magazines. ... Read more


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