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Redbook is an American women's magazine that was first published in May 1903 as The Red Book Illustrated by Stumer, Rosenthal and Eckstein, a firm of Chicago retail merchants. The name was changed to The Red Book Magazine shortly thereafter. In its early years, the magazine published short fiction by well-known authors, including many women writers, along with photographs of popular actresses and other women of note. Within two years the magazine had become a success, climbing to a circulation of 300,000. In the summer of 1929 the magazine was bought by McCall Corporation, which changed the name to Redbook. It ceased print publication as of January 2019 and now operates a article-comprised website (redbookmag.com).
Star Tribune (is the largest newspaper in Minnesota. It originated as the Minneapolis Tribune in 1867 and the competing Minneapolis Daily Star in 1920. During the 1930s and 1940s Minneapolis's competing newspapers were consolidated, with the Tribune published in the morning and the Star in the evening. They merged in 1982, creating the Star and Tribune, and it was renamed to Star Tribune in 1987. After a tumultuous period in which the newspaper was sold and re-sold and filed for bankruptcy protection in 2009, it was purchased by local businessman Glen Taylor in 2014)
I've actually visited the sight of the crash mentioned in this headline, there is now a memorial there.
TV Guide Magazine is a bi-weekly American magazine that provides television program listings information as well as television-related news, celebrity interviews and gossip, film reviews, crossword puzzles, and, in some issues, horoscopes.
Comment: It used to be a weekly magazine and was geared to the area in which you lived. It had details about the upcoming shows: plot lines, guest stars, etc. Several years ago it changed so that it's the same magazine no matter what part of the country you live in and became bi-weekly and doesn't have much of anything about the shows other than listing them in their time slots. I had been subscribing to it for years but finally gave up on it after those changes.
I actually still get the TV Guide, I get a subscription for me and my sister so it's 2 for 1.............
The Unadulterated Cat (by Terry Pratchett, illustrated by Gray Jolliffe, is a book written to promote what Pratchett terms the 'Real Cat', a cat who urinates in the flowerbeds, rips up the furniture, and eats frogs, mice and sundry other small animals. The opposite of the Real Cat is the 'Fizzy Keg Cat', a well-behaved and bland kind, as seen on cat food advertisements. It was first published 1989 by Gollancz)
Valley of the Dolls - Jacqueline Suzanne
Wine Spectator (is edited for people who enjoy fine dining and wine, cooking and entertaining, world travel and the arts. The magazine features current news, personality profiles, wine and food articles as well as pieces on entertainment and travel.
Calling it a night........................
Y'all - Y'all magazine is an American magazine based out of Oxford, Mississippi, literary hub of the American South. It was published bimonthly with a circulation of 100,000 and features Southern celebrities, events and ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell. The first issue of Y'all appeared on newsstands in November 2003, featuring New Orleans-born Harry Connick, Jr., on the cover. The magazine covered The Shoals, Mark Sanford, Jeff Foxworthy, Food Network personality Paula Deen, the NASCAR, humorist Lewis Grizzard, and performer Miley Cyrus.
Zymurgy (is the first and last word in homebrewing and beer culture–the preeminent magazine for homebrewers and beer enthusiasts. Zymurgy is more than a magazine to its 56,000 readers—it’s a bi-monthly journal that they read to gain the latest information and advice that will support their passion for brewing and drinking quality beer. Not only that, most Zymurgy readers are American Homebrewers Association members, so you can rest assured that your advertising is being seen by an engaged audience, not just someone idly leafing through a newsstand copy. Readers trust Zymurgy and support the businesses that advertise in it)
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Art in America is an illustrated monthly, international magazine concentrating on the contemporary art world in the United States, including profiles of artists and genres, updates about art movements, show reviews and event schedules. It is designed for collectors, artists, art dealers, art professionals and other readers interested in the art world. Founded in 1913, the print magazine used to be published 11 times a year, but as of 2021 it is only published 6 times a year. It has an active website, ArtinAmericaMagazine.com.