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1. Texas Monthly
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2. Arizona Highways Magazine
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3. Phoenix Magazine
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4. Texas Parks & Wildlife
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5. Cowboys & Indians
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6. Fort Worth Texas
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7. Colorado Homes & Lifestyles
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8. D - Dallas Ft. Worth Magazine
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9. Southwest Fly Fishing
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10. Tucson Lifestyle
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11. Texas Sportsman
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12. Colorado Outdoors
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13. My Table: Houston's Dining Magazine
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14. Arizona Wildlife Views
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15. San Antonio Business Journal

1. Texas Monthly
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Asin: B00005N7T3
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Emmis Publishing Co Inc
Sales Rank: 306
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Abstract


Edited for the urban Texas audience andcovers the state's politics, sports, business, culture and changing lifestyles.
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Reviews (5)

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


2. 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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3. Phoenix Magazine

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Asin: B00006KSP2
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cities West Publishing
Sales Rank: 2272
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4. Texas Parks & Wildlife
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Asin: B00005N7UM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Texas Parks & Wildlife
Sales Rank: 1393
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Road Map to Adventure
Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine is a great source for those who live in one of the greatest outdoor states in the country. From weekend getaways to week long excursions, you can find ideas and opportunities here. They have something for everyone. Wildflowers, Bird watching, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Biking, Historic. If you live in Texas, and you're looking for an outdoor lifestyle, this is your magazine. Each issue has some of the most increadible photography you'll find in any magazine. ... Read more


5. Cowboys & Indians
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Asin: B00005UQ67
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cowboys & Indians
Sales Rank: 1079
Average Customer Review: 4.69 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars TERRIFIC MAGAZINE!!!
What a gorgeous magazine that's much more than just a pretty face...With stars such as Russell Crowe, Sandra Bullock, Matt Damon and John Wayne gracing the covers, not to mention the entertaining articles and features, and the unique and beautiful jewelry, clothing, art, furniture, etc., it's no wonder I can't help but read each magazine time and time again. Wouldn't want anything else on my coffee table, and my guests love to read the magazine, too! Can't wait to read the latest Willie Nelson issue that just arrived in the mail!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This magazine has a beautiful layout with a great combination of interesting articles and photography. It does include a lot advertising which only adds to the uniqueness of this magazine, because the advertising provides information about high quality items you can't just get around the corner.

I would definitely recommend this magazine for everyone. My friends also have subscriptions and they just love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Of My List
A great magazine with all the info and not a lot of the garbage!
My first choice magazine read.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Great Escape
Cowboys & Indians Magazine is one of the most enjoyable reads in magazine publishing. Each issue I look forward to escaping to the various destinations, events, and reading the articles regarding art and works of artisans. The beautiful photography and layout of the magazine lets you dream about the places you would like to be and the people / personalities you would like to meet. I would recommend this magazine to anyone who enjoys any aspect of Western Lifestyle.

Hats off to a great Publication!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Pictorials
Anyone who appreciates great photography, whether it's landscapes, people, places, events, artwork, etc. and has any interest in a western lifestyle will love this magazine! And their interviews with topical people are great too. Russell Crowe was outstanding, and came out right around the Oscars! ... Read more


6. Fort Worth Texas

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Asin: B00007AXGJ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Magnolia Media Group
Sales Rank: 2379
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7. Colorado Homes & Lifestyles
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Asin: B00006CFD8
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wiesner Publishing Co
Sales Rank: 2667
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8. D - Dallas Ft. Worth Magazine
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Asin: B00006KAZW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Pro Circ
Sales Rank: 814
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9. Southwest Fly Fishing
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Asin: B000063XK0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Northwest Fly Fishing, LLC
Sales Rank: 1802
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10. Tucson Lifestyle
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Asin: B00006L09U
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Tucson Lifestyle Magazine
Sales Rank: 661
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11. Texas Sportsman
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Asin: B000060MKX
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 1334
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12. Colorado Outdoors
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Asin: B000060MJT
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Colorado Dept of Natural Resources
Sales Rank: 1028
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Beautifully Illustrated & Informative
I really enjoy this magazine very much! The photographs are simply amazing, the articles are interesting & very well put together. It's nice to be able to see parts of Colorado in my own livingroom, & be able to decide where I'd like to venture to, rather than make a blind trip somewhere & be disappointed. The publisher also gives you the option of a free Hunting or Fishing guide to accompany your subscription. I can tell alot of time goes into the structure of this magazine. Kudos to the Publisher of this magazine! ... Read more


13. My Table: Houston's Dining Magazine
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Asin: B000063XKJ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Teresa Byrne-Dodge dba My Table Magazine
Sales Rank: 921
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14. Arizona Wildlife Views
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Asin: B000060MJU
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Infonet Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1577
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars It's never to late for beginners luck
It was June 2003 and I had a friend over to the house, that I had met in Payson AZ. at the Houston Mesa Horse Camp Campground in 2001. A conversation came up about applying for the Arizona Hunt Draw. Immediately my friend, Gordon Halloway's eyes lit up. "Hey" he exclaimed " Do you think a bird like me would have a chance at an elk tag?" Let's take a look at the regulations" I replied. Gordon had worked as a union electrician and a arborust when, unfortunatly he had an accident and fell out of a tree breaking his back. As a result he is permanently handicapped and has extreme limited use of his legs. We were reviewing the elk hunt options when we we came across The Champ Hunt for handicapped hunters. I recommended that he apply for this hunt. We went down to the local Arizona Game and Fish office in Flagstaff AZ. The counter staff was very helpful in supplying us with the proper information and paperwork, in order to apply for this type of hunt. Gordon promptly submitted his application to his doctor for approval at the Tucson VA hospital. His doctor gladly filled out the paperwork and encouraged him to get out and do these types of activities. This was Gordon's first attempt at an Arizona Big Game Permit, and as beginners luck would have it he was draw for the Champ Elk Hunt with only 10 permits available. Gordon celebrated his 63rd birthday at my house this summer, and he often talks excititly of this very special hunt. Gordon has a special interest in firearms history, and felt it only proper that he purchase a rifle in the historical 45-70 caliber. Gordon will HAND LOAD his Ruger #1 in an all lead 450 grain bullet, at camp, as our forefathers did in the days of the buffalo hunts. He is spending many hours at the shooting bench to make sure of his accuracy, out of respect for the animal. This will be the hunt of a lifetime for this man, and I am doing all that I can do to help insure it goes off without a hitch. I will be providing a 14 X 16 canvas wall tent to add to the comfort and authenticity of the hunt. I know that this will be a safe and sucessful hunt due to the preparation. Special thanks to the Arizona Game and Fish for makeing this hunt possible for our handicapped citizens.For more information contact me at 928-856-0821.
n Yours Truly
Varn Beckham
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15. San Antonio Business Journal
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Asin: B0002UMYK2
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American City Business Journals
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