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1. Under The Radar
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2. American Theatre
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3. Dance Magazine
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4. Empire
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5. Costa Rica Outdoors
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10. Pageantry
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11. Best Womens Stage Monologues Of
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12. Tomarts Disneyana Update
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13. Plays International
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14. Down Beat
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15. Amusement Today
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17. Working Actors Guide
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18. American Musicological Society
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19. American Brahms Society Newsletter
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20. American Harp Journal

1. Under The Radar

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Asin: B0000DYF6Y
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Under The Radar
Sales Rank: 331
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Might be the best music magazine out there
Under the Radar might be the best American music magazine around these days. The writing and photography is great, and the layout and overall quality of the mag just gets better with each issue. If you're into indie-rock then you're bound to love at least some of the bands they've covered, they seem to interview almost everybody. They squeeze so many amazing bands into each issue. My only complaint is that is doesn't come out more regularly.

I've sampled a lot of indie-rock mags, and Under the Radar is definitely more ahead of the curve than indie magazines like Amplifier, Rockpile, Big Takeover, Resonance etc. (all worthy music mags) or than bigger mags like Rolling Stone, Spin, Filter, Blender etc. Most of my new favorite bands in the last year or two were discovered through Under the Radar, then a couple of months later I'd start reading about some of those bands in other music mags. Via Under the Radar I first discovered bands like The Thrills, The Sleepy Jackson, Mew, The Streets, Rilo Kiley, Clearlake, British Sea Power, Interpol, The Polyphonic Spree, The Dears, The Velvet Teen, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On the Radio, Electrelane, Hot Hot Heat, Elbow, stellastarr*, The Shins, and the list goes on. Plus their articles on bigger bands are usually more in-depth than other US music mags. They've done great articles on Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Spiritualized, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, Belle & Sebastian, The Flaming Lips, Blur, Super Furry Animals, Bright Eyes, Ride, Badly Drawn Boy, Broken Social Scene, etc. etc. And they were the last magazine to interview Elliott Smith before he died because they were the only ones who bothered to track him down and catch up with him. The photography is usually great too. For ahwile I wasn't into the layout, but they've really improved on that with the last couple of issues. There are other music mags that I buy too, like Devil In the Woods, Magnet and Big Takeover, but Under the Radar is the one I trust the most. ... Read more


2. American Theatre

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Asin: B00006K3GS
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
Sales Rank: 278
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Articles, commentary, review articles, theatre reviews on all aspects of national theatre.
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3. Dance Magazine

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Asin: B00006KB57
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Macfadden Communications Group
Sales Rank: 954
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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A look at today's exciting world of dance, color feaures of the most talked about companies and performers, dance news, reviews of performances, dance books, films and TV, and more.
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Magazine for All Dancers!
I think this magazine is perfect for anyone who is serious about dance. It covers a lot of different types of dance like Ballet, Jazz, and Hip hop.The "advice for dancers" column is very helpful and the advertisements (for dance shoes, workshops, auditions, equipment, etc.) are useful rather than annoying. Therefore, I would recommend this magazine to anyone who loves to dance.

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE DANCE MAG!
Every Dancer would love Dance Magazine. The stories are intresting and cober all aspects of diffrent types pf dance. And the information given really helps dancers stay healthy and strong! I love Dance Magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't believe no one has reviewed this magazine!
I don't currently subscribe to Dance Magazine. But I was a subscriber for seven years some time ago and I have to take a moment to point out its merits here, especially since no one has done so.

For 76 years, this magazine has been publishing some of the finest commentary on dance of all types in America. There are some newer publications which cater more to the young dancer, the dance teacher who is not affiliated with any major tradition, and which deal with newer and more popular styles of dance. But this was the only dance magazine which was being published when I was a young dancer (I am now 26, and still a dancer).

I would read this magazine cover-to-cover every month. I pulled out countless gorgeous pictures of famous, classically trained dancers to paste on my walls from this magazine. For someone like me who studied dance history, this magazine has been marvelous. It regularly featured articles and interviews with emerging choreographers as well as pieces about those great dancers and choreographers we can all continue to learn from, like Diaghilev, Pavlowa, Ashton, Balanchine, Tharp, Cunningham, Taylor-- the list goes on and on.

The magazine features an advice column for dancers written by Linda Hamilton, PhD, as well as a section for younger dancers, thus catering to the competitive dancer, the auditioning dancer, etc. It reviews performances by nationally reknowned companies, as well as some lesser-known companies, on a monthly basis. It also lists schools and companies nationally, and has a section for classified ads in the back. On the whole the advertising in this magazine was less offensive when I took it than that which I have found in some other dance magazines, often featuring gorgeously trained young dancers and advertising summer programs and schools as well as dance-related products.

In short, this magazine is a highly intelligent publication which has a real sense of the history of dance, particularly American dance, that I have not found in any other publication. The very existence of the the archived photos of dancers you may never see anywhere else that they regularly bring back into circulation is alone enough to truly make the reader feel connected with the world of dance. For me, a young dancer growing up in a somewhat rural area, this magazine connected me with dancers everywhere, helped me to articulate what it was I loved about this beautiful art.

I will note, however, that when I subscribed to this magazine Clive Barnes was the Senior Editor, and has now left the magazine. I have not read the magazine since he left, so I cannot attest to its quality since then. Check it out for yourself-- the magazine's website:
http://www.dancemagazine.com/ ... Read more


4. Empire

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Asin: B00006KCX4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
Sales Rank: 1877
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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British magazine of film, features interviews and reviews.
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5-0 out of 5 stars TOP MOVIE MAGAZINE - HANDS DOWN
No question. If you followed ALL movie magazines, even the sci-fi and fantasy spin-offs, quick VHS magazines (remember those!) then you should also remember about the time BATMAN premiered (what great movie hype!) Empire Magazine ran its first issue and then the great BATMAN #2 issue and we have not stopped collecting since, nearing issue 200 now as I write this, it has been a good one so far and I am sure will keep up the same pace for all new to the greatest `non-digital' monthly pages on the planet, I urge young and old alike to start collecting and reading now.

Empire has the best letter editor quick reply page, best movie news section that is fairly reliable, some interesting actor introductions, then the SOLID MOVIE REVIEW SECTION that is pretty much the most effective appraised segment in any magazine on any planet and to think that it is about films makes it all the more better.

Film personality, editorial and staff movie trivia segments, inside scoops, Questions and Answers about how much is a bottle of milk, Empire helped get us closer to these people who made us so happy at the silver screen and to that I have Empire to thank. The spine quotes at the side that can win us a T-shirt, the new DVD section (I lived for the old VHS one) your designers really knew what made us young impressionably men do in the bathroom with Michelle Pfeiffer in the mid-section, thanks for that also and I end this review by saying that if there was any magazine in the world that I would like to write for, I would give my left one for these people.

This is truly amazing film work... and yeah, it does leave Premiere magazine to go pound on sand.

Try it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The greatest movie mag on the planet!
I am a loyal,long time fan of EMPIRE magazine and have collected almost every issue from No.1. Being a British mag, it differentiates itself from others like Premiere and Entertainment Weekly by it's frank dissection of all movies, and provides a wide range of opinion and discussion. I will always read EMPIRE, and If you like movies, you should too.

5-0 out of 5 stars I worship Empire....
As a film geek and cinephile, Empire magazine is my WET. DREAM. Before I discovered Empire, I was wasting away in mediocre magazine hell with such trite, superificial trash as Entertainment Weekly and Premiere. I desperately needed a magazine as obsessed with movies as I was, and not just with the usual mainstream Hollywood excrement. Sure, Empire has its fair share of this sort of coverage, but it also has a plethora of features on indie, foreign (it IS a British publication), and cult movies. The interviews, articles and reviews are detailed, witty and informative. Empire even has a mini-mag in the back where DVDs (old and new movies/TV shows) are rated, with brief plot summaries and overview of extras. The only downsides to Empire are:

1) It's usually so thick I actually have a hard time finishing it before the next issue is out, which might or might not be a good thing.

2) The price! The price makes me want to move to the UK if only to suscribe for 16 pounds instead of 90+ bucks. I don't know how much 16 pounds is exactly, but I'm pretty sure it's a hell of alot cheaper than 90+ bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect movie maagazine for movie geeks!
This magazine seems too perfectly tailored to me, much the way I felt when I discovered Harry Knowles' Aint it cool News.As a monthly movie mag that pushes near 200 pages an issue, this blows the nearest US genre mag (CFQ, 6 issues a year, 80+ oages) to hell, and contains little to none of the 'snobery' of most domestic movie mags.Great mag for the movie lover who likes healthy doses of fun and humor with sincere film anaysis.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best movie magazine I have ever come across
Empire is by far the best movie magazine in publication today. Since the magazine is British, it provides information on movies that we in America have not yet heard of. This magazine has the best and most relevant reviews, and presents them in an interesting way. ... Read more


5. Costa Rica Outdoors

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Costa Rica Outdoors Publ
Sales Rank: 1914
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6. Cineaste
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Publisher: Cineaste Publishers Inc
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Presents reviews of and essays about international films.
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7. Back Stage West
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Publisher: Vnu Business Publications
Sales Rank: 4413
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8. Entertainment Design

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Publisher: Theatre Crafts Assoc
Sales Rank: 1514
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Formerly called TCI-Theatre Crafts International. Title changed effective January 1999.
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9. Lighting Dimensions

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Publisher: Theatre Crafts Assoc
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Focuses on all aspects and issues related to lighting and lighting related technology.
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10. Pageantry

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Publisher: Pageantry Magazine
Sales Rank: 2442
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11. Best Womens Stage Monologues Of
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Publisher: Smith And Kraus Inc
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12. Tomarts Disneyana Update
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13. Plays International
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Performing Arts Trust
Sales Rank: 5500
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14. Down Beat

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Publisher: Maher Publ
Sales Rank: 1708
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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News and articles for musicians and educators primarily motivated by contemporary American music.Interviews, reviews, how-to-features.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good
The main bulk of Down Beat is reviews of albums that are coming out the jazz world. Quite easily, the best parts are the special sections, and interviews they have with artists.

Actually reading what the artists themselves have to say is very cool, especially to kids like me. :-) ... Read more


15. Amusement Today
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Publisher: Amusement Today
Sales Rank: 4249
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16. Billboard

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Publisher: Vnu Business Publications
Sales Rank: 1525
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The international newsweekly of music, video and home entertainment; profiles, commentary, album ratings, feature articles, marketing and reviews.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Stll the best Music Magazine
This mag has everything and is vastly under rated this is the only mag that counts in music and plus they don't hate like the rolling stone magazine and every article has interest plus they also go to the Bussiness end of it.However I am mad they have cut down the number charts on here they need more.
Articles 10 Charts 10 Specials 10 Enjoyable 10 Lasting 10
Overall this is a great magazine it may be the best around

4-0 out of 5 stars For Anyone Interested In The Recording Industry
Read it myself back in the 70's and 80's, and pick it up from time to time today. First and foremost, it is a magazine dedicated to keeping up with the business side of music. It often goes into detail about what artists are up to, how much money they have made or lost, and what the current trends in music are. You know the Top 40? Well actually the Top 40 is a partial list from the Hot 100. There is also a Hot CD chart and more. The magazine covers Rock, Country, R&B, Rap, Gospel, and a host of other music styles. There's always lots of colorful photos (many of which are suitable for framing), and bunches of informative and entertaining reading.What I've always liked about Billboard is, of course, the charts. They let you know where a certain CD or song is currently ranked, as well as where it was last week. It also denotes if its went Gold or Platinum. The huge magazine is also a weekly publication. If you like keeping up with what's hot in music, Billboard is the magazine for you.

3-0 out of 5 stars Definitely not for the general reader
Very expensive, and of interest only to someone working in the industry. Who cares about those multi-page listings of top 20 this and top ten that... I don't even know most of the artists covered there, neither do I care to know.

Articles are OK, but again, not for the general reader. It is a business-oriented magazine, there's hardly anything art-related in it, btw. But, if you enjoy reading full-page self-congratulatory adverts by law firms exuding fake happiness about helping to arrange this or that deal, this mag's for you. I quit reading it, even checking it out, after I got oh, probably like three issues of it. I'm not sure why Amazon markets it to the public at large, there's absolutely nothing of interest in the publication to the mass reader. It's a trade publication, kind of like "Embedded Systems", or "Government Foreclosures". So, for a specialist, it's probably a five; for Joe Sixpack - no stars. Since I can't give multiple ratings here, it's a three.

4-0 out of 5 stars Look up here if i you interested in latest music trend
Good place to get the latest music trend. A lot of info on artistes and music. Sometimes music review are on this article. Check it out. Fun to read also. ... Read more


17. Working Actors Guide

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Scb Distributors
Sales Rank: 5323
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18. American Musicological Society Meeting Abstracts Of Papers
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19. American Brahms Society Newsletter
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Publisher: American Brahms Society
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20. American Harp Journal
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Asin: B00006K384
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Amer Harp Journal/ms Blakeslee
Sales Rank: 12553
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