Designed to appeal to “value conscious American women” with busy lives, All You offers helpful articles about feeding your family, taking care of your health, relationships, and decorating.
At the Yard
Baseball fans take note! At the Yard covers every angle of the minor leagues—from team updates to player profiles to stadium reviews.
Twenty and thirtysomethings looking for an informal alternative to the traditional cooking magazines will enjoy Chow’s hip attitude, inventive recipes, and bold graphic design.
This glossy new magazine for men has interesting profiles of local celebrities and businessmen, and articles on fashion, entertainment, and sports.
Full of fresh ideas for home building, decorating, gardening, and entertaining, this new magazine from the publishers of Southern Living celebrates the comfort and simplicity of the cottage style.
Despite the intimidating title, Legal Affairs’ offers “extraordinarily topical articles about the law’s long reach into our living rooms and psyches” (Chicago Tribune) written with the layperson in mind.
Resources, advice, and stories for those whose families are serving in the military.
This popular “newsweekly” is a satirical rewrite of the latest political news and social trends—read it for a good laugh.
Sometimes referred to as the “thinking person’s Rolling Stone,” Paste is a magazine for those whose with musical tastes outside the mainstream. Each issue includes reviews of CDs, concerts, and movies, tour information, interviews, and music news.
Pastry Art & Design
This gorgeous magazine featuring the latest tools, techniques, and trends in dessert design will tempt professional chefs, ambitious amateurs, and anyone with a sweet tooth. And of course, lots of recipes are included!