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1. The New Yorker
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2. Washington Post Weekly-National
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1. The New Yorker
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Asin: B00005N7T5
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 33
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Founded in 1925, The New Yorker hardly changed for its first 60 years, both in its dry, type-heavy design and in its reputation as a writer's and reader's haven. In 1987 it was on only its second editor when management decided to shake things up. A rocky decade ensued, but The New Yorker is now back at the top of its game under David Remnick's editorship. Each issue offers commentaries and reporting on politics, culture, and events, with a focus that's both national and international; humor and cartoons; fiction and poetry; and reviews of books, movies, theater, music, art, and fashion. Several times a year special issues focus on a theme--music, fashion, business. The writing is mostly first-rate, frequently coming from top literary and journalistic talents. The New Yorker's weekly issues can seem overwhelming--so much good stuff to read, piling up so fast!--but it's as easy to dip in for a small snack as it is to wade in for a substantial meal. --Nicholas H. Allison ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating Articles
I have taken this magazine for about 2 years now, and personally, I enjoy it quite a bit. I am not a native of the New York area, nor have I any affiliations with the fine city. Personally I find the articles to be so well written in the New Yorker it is hard to put down. For me this means the first section of the paper is under appreciated, as its all about New York City, gossip and much more. The articles are of a wide varity of topics and often bring up points that may have had rolling around in your conscious but have never let them bubble up to the top. Fascinating articles can range from politics, famous lives of famous peoples, religious societies, and so much more.
This magazine is great if you are a reader. Articles are wordy, and worthwhile. This isn't something your going to be reading just the highlights through. I hardly find myself able to finish a magazine before the next one comes. If you are open minded, and love to read quality articles that will make you think, this magazine for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars The New Yorker - A Staple In My Home!
I always find time to read the New Yorker - from cover to cover. I have been subscribing since the early 1990s, and the high quality of writing, and the subject matter are nonpareil. I especially enjoy the political articles, national and international, written by topnotch writers, and the weekly features are first-rate. The clever cartoons crack me up, as do features like "The Inane Ad of the Week." The reviews on film, literature, music, art, and theater are some of the best, and most credible.

The fiction and poetry sections are almost always to my literary taste. Since I live in Manhattan, I do appreciate the local listings, and information. But I would still subscribe if I lived in Kansas, just because this is a provocative magazine for intelligent, thinking people - and fun to read too!
JANA

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Writing and Still the Best Humor
I have read the New Yorker on and off for 40 years - but that does not qualify me as an expert. Last year I finally started subscriptions to both the New Yorker and the National Review. Both of these magazines have a lot to offer, but the New Yorker seems a less intrusive and a little more subtle - as NR readers will well understand. I did not continue my NR subscription since it is too partisan.

The writing in the New Yorker is impressive, and articles such as those on the the Iraq war and the recent piece on Ahmed Chalabi were exceptional, no other way to describe it. Good work. A recent issue had a piece by Edmund Morris on Reagan, an article on Schwarzenegger by Connie Bruck, and a book review by John Updike. Just great and fresh stuff for a weekly.

One minor complaint: too many advertising inserts. About 6 weeks ago the issue was 3/8" thick, half being advertising inserts, eight or nine thick inserts on cars liquor, electronics, etc. That ruined that issue and one could barely locate the articles among all the advertising clutter. I would rather pay a bit more and have less advertising.

Otherwise a worthwhile weekly read.

Jack in Toronto

5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine I have ever subscribed to. The coverage
ranges from politics to fashion to entertainment and one thing that is not to be missed about the New Yorker is the movie reviews, I have been a subscriber for roughly more or less five years now and I have to tell you, the only movie reviews I disagreed w/them on were the Kill Bill movies but that is all beside the point, the writing is top notch, it is sophisticated yet not snotty, that is something to consider when you happen to have the beliefs I have but that again I beside the point, every issue contains short stories by very good writers and the poetry is fantastic as well, that is all I have to say, pick up an issue and if you like it, subscribe.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous magazine
This is a fabulous magazine, chock full of information about every topic you can think of regarding the city, culture, important issues of today and more. ... Read more


2. Washington Post Weekly-National Edition
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Asin: B00005N7WO
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Washington Post Weekly
Sales Rank: 353
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Perfect Choice For The Time-Challenged
Some time ago it occurred to me that I simply don't have the time to read an entire newspaper every day; and I was really sick and tired of all the newsprint blackening my fingers, clothes, dog, furniture and wife. Furthermore, my circumstances allow me to see a lot of what passes for news on CNN and Fox each day anyway. Now that I've lived with this subscription for the better part of a year, I can say in all honesty that I'm tremendously impressed and happy with it. I can almost always find a fascinating article to read of some kind, never quite finish all of it anyway, and have found my overall knowledge of important issues and events growing and being enriched by the fine journalists of the Washington Post. I also find many unusual and quirky topics to pique my interest within each issue, as well as provocative editorials and excellent book reviews. And finally, I have made it a point to assimilate the beltway's unique jargon and lexicon which adorn the pages, and have grown in this sense by leaps and bounds over the course of my readings. Gets my highest recommendation!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent weekly -- don't compare it to dailies
Readers who seek a daily newspaper will be disappointed with the Washington Post Weekly Edition. Readers who are seeking a weekly news journal with great journalism and analysis will like it. It is much better for political journalism than Time, Newsweek, etc. I consider the content to have many of the same stellar qualities as the Christian Science Monitor (a small daily newspaper, but since it comes through the US Postal Service, you get it late, which is a significant disadvantage): really good analysis and really good writing, covering both the mainstream topics that lead the daily newspaper stories as well as good feature articles. It also has the same fine coverage of Washington politics found in the WP daily newspaper. (Not surprising, of course, but worth a mention.)

The WP Weekly contains some articles that are digested from the daily Washington Post. Some of its content is unique to the WP Weekly. The result is a nice mix. Absent are what we used to call "death toll" articles when I did high school forensics -- the stories that give you an update, but do not focus on analysis. For some who seek daily news, this is a disadvantage. If you are looking for a good weekly overview, however, with high quality, at a reasonable price, I highly recommend the WP Weekly. It is a tremendous step up from the most weekly news magazines in the U.S.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent analysis
I read this religiously. It puts other celebrity-centered newsweeklies like Newsweek and Time to shame. In depth articles of events and good feature stories.

3-0 out of 5 stars The Worst
Unless you are running for political office, why would you read this rag. Totally washington-centric, with a token smattering of national and international news. The New York Times is much better, as, for that matter, is USA Today.

5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional writing from the Capitol
This weekly edition is perfect for those of us that don't want to shell out the several hundreds of dollars a year it would cost to get the daily print edition (those of us in Arizona). I subscribe to the daily internet version and this one, which gives you a good wrap-up of the prior week with the best of the best. Some people have complained about the time factor with when you receive it. To those people, I would like to introduce you to the internet. Strange as it may seem, you can access news that you need right away. Anyways, this is a great WRAP-UP of the previous week (something to remember) and is highly recommended to all that are considering subscriptions. ... Read more


3. Paris Match
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Asin: B00006KS1W
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi
Sales Rank: 295
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Magnifique!
Paris Match is the Life, Time, Saturday Evening Post, People of France.
I first got to know Paris Match in Paris, Nov 1963, when the cover announced "La Mort de Kennedy".
I have known it ever since and find it to be the next best thing to being in France. ... Read more


4. Guardian - Weekly Ed
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Guardian
Sales Rank: 1184
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars World's Greatest Newspaper
I've subscribe to the Guardian Weekly for about a year now. It's an amazing piece of work: balanced, yet editorially opinionated; serious at times, yet very funny. The Guardian - and its accompanying Guardian Weekly published for its international readers - is the best thing written in the English language. As far as newspapers are concerned, the Guardian is in a league by itself. Those of us from the States have access to some high quality papers such as the NYT, WP, and WSJ. The Guardian, however, exceeds all these three in terms of range of coverage and quality of writing.

Since the daily Guardian is printed in the UK, I don't have easy access to it. Therefore, I read some Guardian articles online. To really get a feel for the paper, international readers can subscribe to the Guardian Weekly. The publishers compile numerous articles from the week and print them in the Weekly. Printed in Britain, Canada, and Australia, the tabloid-sized paper arrives quickly and freshly relevant. Its relevance is bolstered by the fact that so many of the issues and angles covered in the articles aren't often found in the domestic media. US news and international affairs are covered very well.

I learn more about my own country from the Guardian Weekly than I do from CNN, USA Today, and Fox News combined. You'll be glad that you subscribed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good to understand the world, if you can stand their bias
The Guardian is one of the best newspapers in the world. Beautifully designed, great pictures and amazing content. It is one of the most internationally-thought newspapers around, and it gives you a different perspective, other than The New York Times' or the Washington Post's. But, and this is a big BUT, you have to understand that everything is being written with a bias towards the left. I've come to understood that when they started to show their love for Venezuelan thug Hugo Chavez. Anyway, it is an important read for understanding world affairs. ... Read more


5. Jerusalem Post
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Asin: B00005N7V4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Pro Circ
Sales Rank: 1329
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Accurate and Entertaining
The Jerusalem Post is the only major English-language newspaper published daily in Israel. In recent years the Hebrew-language Haaretz has started publishing a small English edition, too, and both the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz in English are now available abroad, either weekly or (if you can find it) daily.

The Jerusalem Post was sold to new owners about ten years ago, and became at that time slightly more sensationalist in its content and more conservative in its outlook (though it remains a serious newspaper, and often publishes pieces by left-wing and Arab writers). These changes led some readers to switch to Haaretz, and prompting some Post writers to break away and found the left-of-center English-language magazine "Jerusalem Report".

I generally prefer the Jerusalem Post to these alternatives, though, as it is a professional, respected newspaper with a lot of human-interest, entertaining pieces (such as cooking and advice columns which give an interesting insight into "ordinary" Israeli life). Its North America edition, particularly, is geared to the interests and needs of Americans and Canadians, with extensive coverage of the US and Canada, and lots of pieces about Jewish and Christian communities in Israel and abroad.

If you're a scholar working on the Middle East, you'd do best to read all English-language news sources. (Or better yet, learn Hebrew!) But if you're looking for a good weekly newspaper that will educate you about Israeli politics and events as it entertains you with interesting features, then the Jerusalem Post is for you....

5-0 out of 5 stars Smart, deep, profound and truthful
This is very best example of truthful journalism. The Journalism that does not affected to by oil dollars, not medieval mentality. If someone does not like the truth that's Ok. Truth sometimes may became really harsh and unpleasant. It is really interesting reading for educated and contemporary thinking individual.
Highly recommended.

1-0 out of 5 stars Shamefully biased
Terriblely biased. Look at euro newspapers for a more balanced (or at least factual) coverage.

1-0 out of 5 stars it's unfortunate propaganda
This is an interesting read when you keep in mind it's political agenda, that is, it obviously supports Israel's aggressive military occupation of Palestine and violation of numerous laws and treaties. But it is certainly not accurate in reporting the facts. I recommend reading European newspapers for more accurate coverage of the crises in the Middle East, especially with regards to Israel. American (and Israeli) publications seem to portray Israel as an American ally and an innocent victim of terrorism. But that's simply not the case. They are guilty of extraordinary crimes that rarely get much attention or consideration in the US. Just look at how the UN regards the actions of Israel.

5-0 out of 5 stars Truth
This is, hands down, the finest publication covering Israel and the Middle East today. Always thought-provoking and intriguing, it tells the true story of life in Israel, and the lives of average Israelis coping with unprecedented terrorism and militant Islamic fanaticism. Proves once again why Israel is the strongest ally of the United States and, as most Americans see, Israel is on the frontlines of the war on international Islamic terror every day. Bravo to the staff of Jerusalem Post for telling the truth. ... Read more


6. Kmt
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Asin: B0001WIQ9Y
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Kmt Communications
Sales Rank: 785
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7. The New York Observer
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Asin: B00005NIP2
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The New York Observer
Sales Rank: 2697
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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With its cheekily grandiose old-style newspaper layout, giant Drew Friedman caricatures, hilarious wedding-cake-tiered headlines, and, of course, its salmon-pink pages, the New York Observer--"New York's Weekly Newspaper"--wears its smirky knowingness on its sleeve. The table of contents carries the bylines of some of the grand old men of New York cultural commentary--Andrew Sarris, Rex Reed, Hilton Kramer--but the Observer's real spirit is in the dishy, you-are-listening-in-on-the-cell-phone coverage of the city's (or at least the borough of Manhattan's) most naked obsessions: real estate, publishing, Wall Street, local politics, and social and financial excess. There you'll find the dogged publicists, the embittered former managing editors, the howling apartment brokers, and the bored teen socialites who make schadenfreude such an exquisite urban pleasure. At its best, the Observer lingers long and unobtrusively enough at the photo shoots and the tiny tables covered with empty martini glasses to make you feel that you are indeed hearing the talk of the town. --Tom Nissley ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars It's almost like being there...
For those of us who miss being in the center of the universe, reading the Observer is almost like being there. In its pink pages I can read stories about New York's political, arts, society, finance, sex and gossip scene. I can smell the inside of a taxi from my house overlooking the lake in Vermont.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Insider's Guide to NYC
If I had to pick one newspaper that captured the drama of NYC it would be the New York Observer. Unlike any newspaper (the New York Times, the Village Voice) or magazine (New York, Time Out NY) the Observer is always on the inside track when it comes to politics, business, theater, fashion, culture, publishing, the arts, real estate and society. This well designed (and illustrated) publication which is printed on a pale orange newsprint will become a welcomed guest to your weekly reading.

If your looking for dry objective facts then this is the wrong publication, however it's personality that makes New York City what it is and the Observer is like having a team of best friends write you a weekly cheat sheet. What's nice is that while the Observer can focus on high society and culture but it never takes itself too seriously and has quite a bit of good humor. There is a high attention to detail so even an article on a community board meeting or a real estate listing can become interesting. ... Read more


8. The Jerusalem Report
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Asin: B00005N7U5
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Pro Circ
Sales Rank: 1389
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars 5 Stars In Content, But 1 Star For Targeted Audience
The content of this entire magazine is absolutely wonderful. Hence, the five stars. However, in the magazine's attempt to reach an "affluent, educated audience of senior business executives, thought leaders, and policy makers," I feel that it has somehow alienated itself from the average Joe Normal who might be reached otherwise, but who never will, simply because he doesn't understand the "$10.00 words" many of the writers feel necessary to use when getting their point across. For whatever reasons, some writers feel the need to express themselves in terms completely foreign to the average reader's mind by using words that sound impressive but whose meaning often eludes the average reader. I believe in the power of the printed word. I also believe that if one is a truly gifted writer, he or she will have the ability to be able to express themselves in such a way so as to reach ALL audiences, not just a select few. After all, shouldn't that be the intent of any magazine or newspaper - to educate the public, and not just a certain element? In the past, when sitting down to read some of the magazine's articles, I've had to read whole paragraphs over at least three or four times in order to figure out what the writer could have set in one or two simple sentences. I respectfully suggest that if you are a gifted and informed writer, your gift and knowledge will shine through without the use of $10.00 words and terminology unfamiliar to the average Joe. This is a wonderful magazine. I respectfully suggest, however, that it might wish to consider targeting a larger audience for educational purposes (given so much inaccurate reporting in the news media concerning Israel), and that in order to do so, it will have to ditch many of the $10.00 words some of the writers are so bent on using.

5-0 out of 5 stars I look foward to each new issue
I find the varying views expressed in this excellent bi-weekly to be representative of a large part of the broad spectrum of political views of the interested parties in Israel and the worldwide Jewish community.

And the Jerusalem Report also makes a great gift!

2-0 out of 5 stars The Left
Both "The Jerusalem Report" & "The Jerusalem Post" are owned by the same company. One is the 'left-wing' version of the news, the other is the 'right-wing'. Why do I mention this? So you won't be fooled (as the other reviewer was) into thinking that either of these are "moderate". There is absolutely NO moderate or unbiased reporting about this from anybody - - not even "The Economist" (The Brits are the ones who... up this country to begin with; how can they be unbiased?).

You want to understand or have a balanced view of the situation from the Israeli perspective? Read both "The Jerusalem Report" & "The Jerusalem Post" and then try to come to some conclusion yourself.

4-0 out of 5 stars Opens up an entirely different an surreal world....
I have no idea why I subscribed to this magazine but I have been receiving it for 3 years now and simply cannot bring myself to cancel the subscription. I am not Jewish nor am I a Jewish sympathizer. I am a simple Anglo Protestant unmarried female. The viewpoint of 'The Jerusalem Report' seems to me to be relatively moderate, or at least as "moderate" as things can be in that part of the world. But everything in that part of the world is so "unmoderate" compared to everything in the United States. Since September 11, perhaps we Americans have altered our viewpoint a little, but probably VERY little in reality. The issue that initially dealt with the terrorist events of September 11 mainly seemed to say Hey, this is what we have been telling you, but we live this every day. I cannot image living that terror every day. I read the columns and the stories, and reread them, and still I don't understand. But I keep reading. How else can I learn. ... Read more


9. Scarsdale Inquirer
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Asin: B00007MHCU
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Scarsdale Inquirer
Sales Rank: 3418
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars My Friday Fix
I love the Scarsdale Inquirer. It does have the general material--press releases, some calendar announcements, etc.--that can be found online. But it also has a number of stupendous, personal stories about local issues and local people. I know it has won countless New York Press Association Awards and it's very clear why. It's a cornerstone of Scarsdale culture and there really isn't any competition in terms of journalism, although the Internet does offer very useful tidbits of raw data that can be more timely and easy to get to while checking e-mail.

3-0 out of 5 stars Get The Same Information Online at ScarsdaleToday.com
The Scarsdale Inquirer is a fine local newspaper. However, if you want to get Scarsdale, New York news and information without having to pay for it, you can get it onlnie at ScarsdaleToday.com. I highly recommend Scarsdale Today, which has been the leading competitor to the Scarsdale Inquirer for over 5 years now. ScarsdaleToday.com is full of local event announcements and news, has a very useful email newsletter to keep you informed, and it's free.

4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed feature on Larry Edoff and the LoveProject
I think that the Scarsdale Inquirer did a very nice job on and article they published on May 23, 2003, on the front page of the Arts & Entertainment section.

The article featured Larry Edoff, a local resident and talented musician/singer-songwriter and his involvement in the LoveProject. The layout was very nice (photos, song lyrics) and the article was informative.

I'm a little surprised that they do not have an online presence, so people could read some of the articles on the web. ...

3-0 out of 5 stars Occasionally utile
The Inquirer, while often a cornucopia of orthographic, grammatical, and factual errata, is occasionally helpful. It prints information of town affairs in events which, while often mundane and uninteresting, can occasionally be of interest.

The articles, most of which are written by the same three or four reporters, are often poorly written. However, when the newspaper allows high school students to write pieces, the articles usually turn out better.

Writing style and fact-checking are of poor quality and need improvement. ... Read more


10. Der Stern

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Publisher: Gruner Und Jahr Ag & Co
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11. Macleans Magazine

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News weekly published in Canada.International & national events, especially as they relate to Canada.
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12. Geo

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13. Le Canard Enchaine

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14. Jeff Davis County Mountain Dispatch

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16. Boston Business Journal
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19. St. Louis Business Journal
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20. Los Angeles Business Journal
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