Coming Soon to a Newsstand Near You

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Dec. 30 1999 3:30 AM

Coming Soon to a Newsstand Near You

The magazine industry digs itself into a deeper niche.

"This is not about tighter buns. It's all about ... the incredible invigoration that women get from achieving certain goals they set out to achieve." --Editor Dagny Scott on Outside magazine spinoff Women Outside

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Inside Outside

From the premier chronicler of the outdoor adventure, a new monthly packed with interior design tips for creating rugged, exhilarating spaces out of standard-sized bedrooms and kitchens. In our debut issue, Sebastian Junger finds "The Perfect Storm Window." Plus, a Scandinavian furniture report: Jon Krakauer is "Into Finn Chairs."

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Maxim Silver

A new laddie book for laddies of a certain age. A place where the sports cars are bigger, the breasts are seasoned, and the beer is wine. The premiere issue features a hot and heavy photo shoot, as Bo Derek and Farrah Fawcett get wild in Palm Springs.


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Architectural Digest, Braille Edition

Style is an ineffable creature--what can't be seen can always be felt. Now there's a magazine dedicated to that spirit and to the spirit of America's many blind citizens. Our Braille descriptions spare no detail, bringing to life a lavish, eight-page photo spread on Bunny Williams' adorable Connecticut farmhouse. Plus, several more Braille descriptions of other lavish photo spreads. Same glossy paper--but with bumps!

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Prospect Forum

The luminaries behind the American Prospect offer a new journal for the liberal libidinal imagination. Prospect Forum delivers ribald tales of seduction and kinky sexxx fantasies--all illustrative of the proper role for a compassionate, activist government. Jedediah Purdy pens "Log Cabin Lovin'," a gazonga extravaganza in praise of the things every 46DDD babe has in common. This guy sincerely digs a great rack!

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Cosmopolitan for Womyn

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Meet the New Bosses

How the Republicans would run the Senate.

The Government Is Giving Millions of Dollars in Electric-Car Subsidies to the Wrong Drivers

Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

Cheez-Its. Ritz. Triscuits.

Why all cracker names sound alike.

Friends Was the Last Purely Pleasurable Sitcom

The Eye

This Whimsical Driverless Car Imagines Transportation in 2059

Medical Examiner

Did America Get Fat by Drinking Diet Soda?  

A high-profile study points the finger at artificial sweeteners.

The Afghan Town With a Legitimately Good Tourism Pitch

A Futurama Writer on How the Vietnam War Shaped the Series

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