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    1. Sunset
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    Asin: B00005NIOW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Sunset Magazine
    Sales Rank: 90
    Average Customer Review: 4.77 out of 5 stars
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    Better living guide for the Western states, covering the areas of travel, food & entertaining, home & building and gardening.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Sunsets
    I have been a subscriber of Sunset magazine for 25 years. my first subscription was received in Texas and at that time our area was not included so was not impressed, but dreamed of being able to travel to the places in wonderful articles about California. Then I moved to Southern California and there I was very much interested in the magazine diffrently. There are always interesting recipies, gardening articles, places to go, and beautiful pictures. On a cold winter night when there is much rain looking at the beautiful pictures changes sadness into gladness. I give subscriptions as gifts to my adult children and they very much enjoy the articles.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An awesome magazine in every respect
    This magazine has it all! Excellent travel information, great decorating and gardening ideas, and wonderful recipes. It is extremely well organized, and the advertisement layout keeps the articles in the forefront.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for gardener's in the west
    The rest of the country be...well, anyway, the problem with most gardening books and magazines is they seem to be speaking to people who live in the tundra for 1/2 the year. Those whom God has blessed by ordaining us to live in the wonderful west do not have that problem. So it becomes tedious each year to read about how to "winter" your garden when you are still weeding and caring for it and would probably fined for stopping. This magazine is the answer to that annoyance.

    Aside from gardening information they also have ideas for decorating and camping and other family fun things. The only annoyance in this magazine can be found in their recipe section. It is nothing if not gourmet. To be perfectly honest, in CA I don't have time to be a gourmet cook. The weather is too nice to be stuck inside doing all that work. But, I do use their recipes once/month to have our "formal" meal. And they are quite delicious.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Tries To Be Too Much For Too Many
    The Sunset Western Garden Book is the definitive reference for anyone gardening in the west, but if you're expecting Sunset Magazine to be the definitive periodical for gardening in the west, you'll be disappointed.

    Each issue includes sections on gardening, travel, foods, home, and even books. After you subtract the ads, gardening content is down in the 10% range. And within that small section, the magazine tries to have something relevant for all western areas, from Alaska to Arizona to Idaho to Oregon, and everyplace in between. When they omit an area, the following month you'll see a letter to the editor complaining about it.

    The other sections have similar issues. The travel section has to have destinations in every region. The food section has to have regional cuisine from every region. The home section even has to feature homes in every region.

    Living alone, I don't cook much, let alone prepare fancy dishes. My biggest decorating issue is keeping the clutter down. The only travel I do is the commute to work. And I'd rather read books than read about books. I also don't care much about gardens in climates vastly different than my own, so I have no interest in the obligatory tropical plants covers. That leaves only a handful of pages that interest me.

    If you're a well-rounded person, with interests in more areas than just gardening, you may well find Sunset an interesting magazine. The articles are all well written. The whole magazine is the highest level of quality. They do a great job of writing about everything they write about. It's just that their scope is just far too wide to be a comprehensive guide to living in such a diverse area as the west.

    If you like Better Homes and Gardens, and you live in the west, you'll love Sunset Magazine. If you're looking for an extension of their definitive books on gardening in the west, you'll be disappointed by how little relevant content you'll find each month.

    One other thing to mention: Sunset Magazine has made most of their website available only to subscribers, unless you're on AOL. So if you want to get to any of their excellent online content, you might want to subscribe even if there only is enough content in the print magazine to hold your attention for the walk from the mailbox to the door.

    Overall, it's a great magazine that simply spreads itself too thin by trying to cover too much for too many different people. You may even find you can finish the parts that interest you while waiting in line at the grocery store check-out counter.

    On the other hand, if your interest include all of the departments (gardening, food, home, travel and books), and you're interested in all the regions that make up the western United States, then don't hesitate a minute longer. Subscribe. I'm just not that well rounded.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wish i still subscribed!
    I have many years' worth of bound copies of this treasure of a magazine. I lived in Southern California for 3 years in the early 80s and it was a magazine I really became addicted to, even after moving back to the East Coast. I subscribed for years after. When I was married, this helped me so much with home ideas, not to mention fabulous recipes that really, for the most part, never seem dated. The ideas I got from this magazine! It really helped me grow and see things differently. I can't bring myself to get rid of the many years of bound copies that I have. Such a classy publication! ... Read more


    2. New York Magazine
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    Asin: B000060MGW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: New York Magazine
    Sales Rank: 171
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    New York magazine operates under the widely (if locally) held belief that New York City is the center of the universe. Savvy, sophisticated, and bursting with East Coast attitude, New York is a stylish source for quick, easy-to-digest weekly entertainment aimed at your inner New Yorker. The focus is on the celebrity scene, dining out, fashion, arts and nightlife, and city news and politics, along with thorough weekly event listings. Cover stories are very city-centric, but they really get rolling when a scandal blows into town--New York has covered them all, from the "Preppy Murder" trial to the Woody Allen/Soon-Yi Previn affair. --Brad Thomas Parsons ... Read more

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    2-0 out of 5 stars UES
    Great magazine, that is if you are rich and live on the Upper East Side.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Mixed bag...
    Some plusses and minuses with this magazine.. First I just LOVE the crossword puzzle. Its alot of fun, usually has a twist of irony but still makes you think but is do-able for most people... unlike say the Times..which I have alot of difficulty with. I love that it is a weekly magazine..When so many magazines have gone to 10, or even 6 issues a year...its just plain nice to get one this often... The topics are current and timly. Some are downright fun in an escapist way... I enjoy the resturant reviews quite a bit.

    That said... The products are petty much out of my reach. It is definately for an upscale audience with a high income. I like reading about these things sometimes but I do get a bit weary of reading about a new designer renovating a brownstone, yet again... or what a socailite serves for lunch. I don't feel this is the general focus of the magazine (say like town&country) so I do keep reading it on a semi-regular basis.

    Interestingly the times I have subscribed on a more regular basis generally were times I lived away from the area. Nostalgia, I guess. I can't really see the appeal for this magazine to an audience outside the metropolitan are. It seems to me that its a more local, albeit not small, magazine...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended Reading
    New York magazine has some of the most timely, best written articles that I have read in a long time. I have been very impressed with the
    topic choices and have gotten so much from this well-done magazine that I am renewing my subscription. I highly recommend this magazine to anyone who wants to stay current with timely topics, regardless of where one might live.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Materialistic and snobby
    I subscribed to New York magazine when I first moved to the city last year in an attempt to stay apprised of events, news, etc. Over the course of time, however, I have found that New York Magazine caters mostly to those of us who can afford things like nannies, plastic surgery and trips to Iceland. One of their worst stories was about the effects of the lagging economy on "a variety" of New Yorkers, who mostly consisted of spoiled young adults running up their credit card debts at clubs and salons and couples who are forced to buy a $1000 coffee table instead of a $3000 one. Boohoo. Almost as annoying was New York's Christmas gift guide -- flat screen TVs, a $85 goldleafed cake, a $375 bathrobe. Are they serious? Or do I just find this totally unrealistic because I'm a poor graduate student? I don't think so.

    That said, I should mention some postives: The covers are pretty cool-looking. Amy Sohn's column "Naked City" is entertaining and the "Sales and Bargains" section lists all the sample sales going on around town. There are usually a few interesting articles per issue. The event listings, while not as extensive or varied as TimeOut New York, are OK considering New York's relatively low subscription price (less than half of TimeOut). In fact, the only reason I still renew my subscription is because New York Magazine is so cheap. Ironic, huh?

    In conclusion, New York only has a few interesting articles, which are vastly overshadowed by the snobbishness of the rest of the magazine. The theatre, food and event listings are mediocre. However, the cheapness of the magazine almost makes up for its poor substance. Almost.

    Worst of all... there aren't any horoscopes!

    5-0 out of 5 stars New York Magazine Crossword Puzzles
    Crossword puzzles in this magazine are written with humor, are topically current, and not as difficult as those in the N.Y. Times. ... Read more


    3. Time Out New York
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    Asin: B00005N7UW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Time Out New York Partners, LP.
    Sales Rank: 154
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    2-0 out of 5 stars Boring but good for the listings
    I buy this only for the listings. I find the rest of the magazine painfully boring.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Essential for any New Yorker
    This magazine does a great job of featuring good articles at the beginning and then breaking down events you might want to do in New York City that week. The magazine is organized into various categories that are color coded so that when you get it, you can just skip to the section you're interested in. There's a whole city out there to discover and TONY can help point you in the right direction.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the MUST READ magazines in America today
    You don't have to live in NYC to appreciate all that this magazine has to offer. While it is mostly a listing of events, shows, concerts, etc ... of what is happening in NYC - unlike most other towns in America, when an event is happening in NYC, it's just a little important - especially in a pop cultural context. After all, NYC is still the center of the TV networks, publishing, books, news, art, dance, fashion, foods, nightlife, etc ...

    You get a weekly pulse of what is going on - on Broadway & off. Who is performing in town at the different venues from punk to cabaret? You get great music reviews and interesting movie reviews (much different than your hometown papers). You get a glimpse of fashion, the hottest clubs, the best restaurants and cool things to buy.

    The writing is not snobbish or pretentious. It's like having a hip friend who is still willing to hang out with you even though you live in fly-over country. They know all the cool places but they also know where to get a $.75 Pabst Blue Ribbon.

    And really, that is the ultimate epitome of cool (versus PAPER MAGAZINE who tries too hard to be cool).

    So, if you're interested in what is going on in NYC and what might become big in the US, you want to get to the front of the line and read TONY (as they call themselves). It is one of the best magazines in America right now - they are what NY magazine was 10-15 years ago - and what a magazine is supposed to be - it's supposed to make you smarter without you knowing it!

    5-0 out of 5 stars "TONY" Has The Complete Scoop On New York City!
    Everyone who lives in New York City, Long Island, or the tri-state area, should have a subscription to Time Out New York, ("TONY"). This weekly magazine contains all the information anyone would need to know to enjoy any, and all, aspects of The City. I also recommend this magazine to out-of-towners who vacation here a few times a year, and want to be "in the know."

    The writing is clear and concise, with a slightly funky style. There are complete weekly listings of special events, including things to do for free in NYC; all kinds of tours, including wonderfully informative walking tours, and bird watching in Central Park; films and movie reviews; theater - Broadway, off-Broadway, off-off Broadway listings and reviews; concerts of all kinds, including free street concerts, and barge concerts; music and reviews; dance; clubs and nightlife for all those from 18 to 80; opera; restaurants & ratings for all budgets; a complete museum listing, with all pertinent information; book reviews and a listing of weekly readings & book signings by authors; sports listings; radio & TV listings; shopping and sales, etc..

    Some of the articles are geared to the twenty-something crowd, but they are fun, and keep you updated about the latest fads and fashion. This is the most "in-the-know," savvy magazine for everything in NYC! The Best!!
    JANA

    5-0 out of 5 stars Complete
    Time Out New York, or TONY, has it all. Every little thing that's going down in New York is covered. More importantly, you can actually locate salient information without having to wade through 20 pages of transgender massage ads as in the Village Voice. ... Read more


    4. Coastal Living
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    Asin: B0007CGSHA
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Southern Progress
    Sales Rank: 553
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    5. Los Angeles Magazine
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    Asin: B00005N7R7
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Emmis Publishing Co Inc
    Sales Rank: 463
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Covers the latest on personality profiles, investigative reports, city scoops, political intrigue, & entertainment/fashion news.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Fantastic Way to Know Los Angeles
    Los Angeles Magazine has a variety of information for everyone. Some of the stores, fashions, etc... might run on the high end price-wise (especially the paid advertisements). But the magazine always offers a great overview of what is going on in Los Angeles. Covering News, Politics, Celebrities, Fashion, Food and Fun things to do. The best issue is the Annual Restaurant issue - this is not to be missed. Restaurants in every price range are listed. Besides the "Dining Out" monthly section, there is "The Top Ten" - plays, music, museums and more to do that month. This magazine is a great way to get to know Los Angeles. ... Read more


    6. Texas Monthly
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    Asin: B00005N7T3
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    Publisher: Emmis Publishing Co Inc
    Sales Rank: 306
    Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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    Edited for the urban Texas audience andcovers the state's politics, sports, business, culture and changing lifestyles.
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Getting Better
    I agree with some of what all the other reviewers have stated. I, too, am a Texas native who has subscribed for nearly 15 years (and read my father's for 10 years before that) and have seen the mag's quality ebb and flo. As copyKat states, the magazine doesn't seem to know who its target audience is (i.e. upscale, politically savvy, middle-or-the-road, city dweller/suburban, etc.) The political and investigatory writing is still top-notch. This state has a lot of problems and the magazine does not try to simply gloss them over. However, some (ok, many) of the 'fluff' pieces leave me wondering why they were included in the first place. Like ducksquat, I also dislike having to stop an article in mid-paragraph to hunt down the continuation on page 97.

    I travel throughout the state and appreciate the restaurant reviews and cultural 'to-do' lists. I also enjoy the mix of current and historical events. I also very much like Kinky Friedman's Last Roundup (I think I'm in a minority, tho). The annual Bum Steer Awards are usually worth the subscription price alone.

    My biggest gripe is with the 20- to 30-page 'special advertising section' every single month. What used to be a once- or twice-a-year occurance is now in every issue. I know we (the subscribers) don't keep magazines afloat- the advertisers do - but still...The magazine at times looks (and smells) like my wife's Vogue.

    Overall, Texas Monthly is a good magazine. The state is so big (physically, culturally and politically) that I am sure it is hard to find a good balance of articles every month. Other than the politics-only rags like the 'Texas Observer' and the usually horrible 'city' magazines ('D' or 'Inside Houston') TM is all we have; they usually put out a good magazine. Changes in ownership and editorial staffs over the recent past have slightly changed the magazine's direction every couple of years, but I like the current editing team. And, Texas Monthly keeps winning awards.

    Consider my, dusksquat's, copykat's, Karen's, and Sheila's reviews before buying a subscription. Then subscribe anyway.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Magazine as opinionated as Texans...
    As a Texan, I find it refreshing to read this fine magazine. It keeps me up-to-date with the happenings in my state whether political, sports-related, recreation or any number of things. There are just as many opinionated editorials as there are factual-based articles and no punches are held back in trying to keep Texas looking like a flawless state.

    I have lived around the country and it certainly helped me to keep my feet rooted in my native state. Since then, I've returned, though temporarily. It now serves me well to give me ideas of things to do, see and experience.

    My main qualm with the magazine is that there seems to be as many if not more ads than stories and images. In addition, I'm not quite satisfied that many stories are continued towards the back of the magazine. This merely means that if I don't hold my place, I'll have to strive to find it again.

    It has been said that everything is big in Texas and the size of the magazine is certainly filled with enough reading material to keep you busy all month long. I have yet to read a rehash of stories such as a 1,000 different takes on the Alamo. If a story is "rehashed," it is from a totally different perspective so that the magazine never stays stale. Besides that, a fun read for all who have any interest at all about what this former independent country is all about!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Local Reading
    I have somewhat mixed feelings about this magazine, as I can not tell to what type of audience this is truly meant for. The articles are hard hitting, and well written. I can not dispute that. Sometimes I simply don't find them all that interesting. I enjoy the restaurant reviews, its helpful knowing of a few good suggestions when traveling, or even locally. I find the advertising in the magazine to be a bid auspicious as it seems to cater only to those high members of society that are in serious need of spa treatments and an occasional face lift. Maybe its tough finding advertising, but I find that it takes away from articles about our local government and issues.
    I do feel this is totally worth the subscription price, and you are bound to find 12 dollars of reading in a years time :) This might even be a good gift idea from someone that is no longer in the area.

    4-0 out of 5 stars I have to disagree!
    I've only subscribed for 2 years, but I must disagree with Sheila of Austin! I love this magazine and look forward to every issue! Granted, there are some articles that I skip over, but I believe that is true with every magazine out there. I hope people aren't discouraged with her review - just a difference of opinion, I guess...

    2-0 out of 5 stars Going down hill.
    I have subscribed to this magazine off and on for the last 15 years. This magazine is known for the meticulously researched articles on Texas history and local figures. However, it seems that the better quality pieces have become fewer and more far between over recent years. I don't know if the magazine went through a change in ownership or what happened. They still have the occasional jewel but you have to wade through a ton of fluff. ... Read more


    7. Chicago Magazine
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    Asin: B00005N7PA
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Primedia Magazines
    Sales Rank: 281
    Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Promotes The National Image of Tribune Liberal Bias
    The magazine hit a new low recently but is in lockstep with the media bias demomstrated so wonderfully by the Chicago Tribune.
    The story tracking a particular pistols travel from manufacturer
    to the streets of Chicago exhibit the typical reporters attempt
    to shape public opinion to their viewpoint. Stories such as these
    are shining examples of how America's public is slowly brainwashed into believing what the reporters portray in a one sided story. America, the firearm issue is the biggest cover-up since the JFK assassination. If you disbelieve what I've just stated your already brainwashed.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Chicagoan no longer looking to Chicago Magazine
    Chicago magazine was once a wonderful resource to me as a Chicagoan...but not now. Hip, savy and younger (25-40) is no longer the target audience. For over two years this magazine was my main resource for learning about, events, restaraunts, clubs, openings. Now, this magazine is just a glorified version of the Chicago Tribune...it's owners. both the magazine and the paper will have the same information for "hot new clubs", "great eats", 10 things to do under $40. It's a rip off for those of us that live here and those traveling here. But even worse it tends to focus on the suburbs. If Chicago wasn't a thriving, wonderful city...no one would want to live here.

    4-0 out of 5 stars interesting magazine
    The Chicago magazine has a lot of interesting topics that evolve around Chicago. There was one article that was really interesting, it was the Education edition, where they listed all the schools in the area, and compared the teachers salaries, how good the school was, and how much they spend on a student. Chicago, had a house edition, and a restaurant edition. Most of the magazine has ads in it, and it's sometimes pricey on the magazine rack.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Great way to explore Chicago
    This magazine is very addicting. Once you you purchase it one time there is no turning back. It helps out when you are traveling down town Chicago. It even helps myself out a lot, while I live down town by myself. It is very true and interesting magazine. I would recomend this magazine to everyone.

    2-0 out of 5 stars This magazine is losing steam - Thanks Tribune. Co.
    I do live in Chicago, so my viewpoint may be different than that of someone who doesn't live here and probably only comes here once a month.

    I subscribed to this magazine 2 years ago, before the Tribune Co. bought it. It had several great articles each month and was really relevant not only to people living in Chicago, but to those who had just moved here. I still have several of those because they were so good to have.

    Some of my favorite, and headlining, articles include: Chicago's Best New Restaurants (May 2001), Chicago's Guide to Summer (May 2001), 25 Weekend Getaways (June 2001), Guide to Surviving O'Hare (Feb. 2001)

    When I resubscribed 6 months ago (post Tribune buy out) I started to notice it was catering to a different set of people. It now at least seems to have a lot less articles and they are a lot more relevant to people who live in the suburbs, or are Chicago old-money. Definitely catering to the 50+ crowd now.

    From the Jan. 2003 edition: Chicago's top doctors, From the Dec. 2002 edition: The Most expensive things in town, and Look at this month's highlight 'Chicago's Richest people'.. Why do I care? I don't!!

    I will NOT be renewing my subscription to this formerly good magazine. ... Read more


    8. Saltwater Sportsman
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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Time4Media
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    Aimed at todays fisherman who is interestedin improving his skills. Sections on boat selection, maintenance, new interest, products, tackle and gear.
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    9. Florida Sportsman
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    Asin: B000060MIM
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    Publisher: Primedia Magazines
    Sales Rank: 656
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    10. Yankee

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    Asin: B00005N7TU
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Yankee Publ Inc/s Burbank
    Sales Rank: 330
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    For New Englanders; contains fiction, poetry and articles on food, travel and other topics.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars New England Charm Captured in Print
    Despite the more modern look of Yankee magazine, it still retains its charm and wealth of good articles and information. I have been reading this magazine since I was a child, and you can spend hours poring over the information. From recipes to non-fiction articles, to calendars displaying the latest festivals in the New England area, Yankee magazine is truly a gem to keep on your bedside table.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Yankee Magazine
    Yankee Magazine is a delight to read whether or not your heart is in the New England area. Beautiful photographs. Interesting features (A Swap Column every month and on the internet!). I always love recipies and they have recipies with a history that are fun to think about trying. Every issue has several "must-read" articles.

    4-0 out of 5 stars good writing, good reading
    I have returned to Yankee magazine - for recipes, for travel tips, and for timley articles. The magazine is surprising! ... Read more


    11. Florida Monthly Magazine
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    Asin: B000060ML9
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Florida Media, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 364
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
    I love this magazine. It has so much in it that you don't get anywhere else. The event lists are terrific. The magazine focuses on a town or area each month detailing what to see and do. It also spotlights a state park each month. These are things you don't get in any other magazine that I know of. It's the one magazine I read cover to cover each month. ... Read more


    12. San Francisco
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    Asin: B00006KW35
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: San Francisco Focus Llc
    Sales Rank: 1261
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, informative articles for Bay Area residents
    I received San Francisco magazine as a gift a few years ago and at first assumed that it would simply be a way to keep up with restaurant reviews and the like for the city (I live about 35 miles east in the suburbs). After reading a few issues, though, it became clear that a number of the articles are very well written and provide great information and entertainment for residents of San Francisco and beyond. I am thinking of recent articles about Willie Brown (by Joan Walsh), Jim Jones Jr. (by Pamela Feinsilber), and the June 2003 "Green Issue." Some of the articles/features are less relevant to me, but there is always something interesting to read each time a new issue appears in my mailbox. I wish that there was more coverage of restaurants and cultural events in Contra Costa County (where I live), but this is San Francisco magazine after all! ... Read more


    13. Arizona Highways Magazine
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    Asin: B000066HUX
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Arizona Highways
    Sales Rank: 414
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    Official publication of the State of Arizona, offering articles on travel and descriptions therein.
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    14. Midwest Living
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    Asin: B00005NIOD
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Meredith Corporation
    Sales Rank: 516
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars You don't have to live in the Midwest!
    Being a resident of the midwest region of our country is not a necessary criteria for enjoying this magazine. While my family originates from the midwest, and we visit occasionally, I enjoy living on the east coast.

    This magazine offers more than just the regional perspective. It shares information in a friendly, warm and upbeat manner that is useful and often fun. It's a pleasant read with good information presented in an enjoyable, attractive format.

    Every time I finish an issue, I'm reminded of why the people and places of the midwest make me smile. ... Read more


    15. Paper
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    Asin: B0007W0IFS
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Paper Publishing Co.
    Sales Rank: 1730
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Awesome
    From cover to cover this magazine is artistically designed and inspired. Everything you expect it to be, it is. Not only do the articles and pictures portray the latest and greatest in fashion and pop culture, but even the ads lead you to the high-end fashionably eclectic such as Oakley Eyewear and Screaming Mimi's. The articles are varied, going from Mandy Moore's new style to the new L.A. African dance trend known as "krumping" (ferocious, free, and performed at breakneck speed), to architectural design so out-of-the-way that it includes a cardboard box house. If you love fashion, the odd, the sensual, the just plain COOL, then subscribe to Paper. I'd buy it for $20.

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

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

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

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


    16. Boston Magazine
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    Asin: B00005N7P1
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Boston Magazine
    Sales Rank: 527
    Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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    2-0 out of 5 stars got it for my parents...
    ...and although it was a creative house warming gift, I am not impressed. If you are intrested in knowing what is going on with the lawyers or the fanciest chef's in the Boston area and where to locate these people, this magazine might satisfy you. I got a subscription for my parents when they moved to the Boston area about a year ago and, although they might give it a nicer review since they did RENEW their subscription, being an out-of-towner I am not at all impressed. The magazine seems to be promoting the idea that everyone in Boston is loaded and lives the glamorous life and while I understand that the cost of living int he area is quite high, I do not believe nor have I experienced the image promoted in the magazine to be accurate of the area. In visiting my parents I have tried many times to pick up the magazine and read it to no avail...

    1-0 out of 5 stars This isn't the real Boston...
    This isn't the Boston that 95% of us here in Boston know. This is the elite Boston and really boring. There are more ads in this magazine than in 2 issues of Vanity Fair. 2 good things about this magazine: 1. The best of Boston edition is very good. 2. It perfectly fits my cats litter box as a liner.
    Liam- ... Read more


    17. Hawaii Magazine
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    Asin: B00005NIO2
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Fancy Publications
    Sales Rank: 658
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Hawaii Desrves Better
    Hawaii magazine is the magazine of the state, but they aren't even in the state of Hawaii. Hawaii Magazine is published, edited, and designed all in Southern California by the same folks that publish Cat Fancy Magazine. Hawaii is a unique and magical place, and that magic cannot be captured from an office thousands of miles away. This shows in the pages of the magazine, it's just not "Hawaii". In addition the printing is dull and the colors are flat, the paper is thin and the stories are watered down press releases. Hawaii deserves something better. Try Islands Magazine - it's a great magazine, even if only a portion of it covers Hawaii.

    5-0 out of 5 stars If you love the Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii magazine is a must!
    We go to Hawaii annually and this magazine helps us stay in touch with island happenings, situations, cultural events on the mainland, recipes and all things Hawaiian. It helps ease the homesickness of being away from our 2nd "home". They even have an annual photo contest to enter for the photography buff. (Would I be shamefully plugging that I won the Cultural category in the issue featured to lure you to this review? [Bringing the Islands Home]) ;-)
    For Hawaii fanatics, this mags for you...hands down! ... Read more


    18. New Jersey Monthly
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    Asin: B00005N7VW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: New Jersey Monthly
    Sales Rank: 655
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    19. Ocean Drive

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    Asin: B00006KQZZ
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Ocean Drive
    Sales Rank: 839
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    South Beach, Florida, the once sleepy village filled with fading art deco architecture and fading retirees, has in recent decades become the revitalized tropical playground for the famous, beautiful, and wealthy. Ocean Drive's namesake is the hub of South Beach's now restored hotels, clubs, boutiques, and restaurants. The publication is similar to other regional urban magazines (running features on real estate, local movers and shakers, nightlife, and eateries) save for the fact that some of the world's most glamorous people such as Ophrah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, and Gloria Estefan call this area home (or perhaps Home #3 or #4 or #10). But it is also a glossy fashion magazine; a fabulous celebrity or model lends her perfection to each cover. This magazine is world-class sophisticated, as is its subject matter, and the writing--when you can find it among the ads--is some of the best among its ilk. You don't have to be a South Florida resident to get absorbed leafing through its pages of beautiful photography. Ocean Drive finds company among Wor Vogue, and gives any followers of fashion an inside look into the lives of the world's biggest players--when they head to the American Riviera to play.--Beth Massa ... Read more


    20. Connecticut Magazine
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    Asin: B00005N7U3
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Connecticut Magazine
    Sales Rank: 1230
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