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otterpop

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I get Esquire and Smithsonian. My wife gets Mira (a Spanish language tabloid) and People in Spanish
 

Maister

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National Geographic
Smithsonian
Archaeology
Proceedings
Zymurgy
Planning
Time
Science Digest
 

ludes98

Cyburbian
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Maximum PC
Home Theater
Money
Cargo
Consumer Reports
Handyman
Planning (by product of APA membership only)

Wife:
Parenting
Cosmopolitan
Cooks Illustrated
 

vaughan

Cyburbian
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The New Republic

Harpers

High Country News

The New Yorker

Atlantic Monthly

National Geographic

Planning
 

yaff

Cyburbian
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Me:

JAPA & Planning (of course)
Wisconsin Lawyer
Bon Appetite (A gift from my mother-in-law. I enjoy skimming through it and have saved them for ideas but will probably not renew the subscription)
Time (We both read)
* My mom also has me on the Harvard Womens Health newsletter mailing list

Husband:
American Heritage
 

Suburb Repairman

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Planning
Car & Driver
Motortrend
US News & World Report
Nat'l Geographic
 

Salmissra

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Well, here goes . . .

Magazines that come to the house:
Planning (don't we all?)
Toastmaster (a benefit of membership in Toastmasters International)
American Heritage
Preservation (a benefit of membership in the National Trust for Historic Preservation)
Utne Reader

Magazines I buy when I think about it, but haven't signed up for a subscription:
Archeology
Crochet World
Entertainment Weekly

Husband:
Sports Illustrated
 

Whose Yur Planner

Cyburbian
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Personal: Subscribe:
Fantasy and Science Fiction
National Geographic
Sierra
National Wildlife Federation

Occasionally buy:
ESPN
TV Guide

Free:
Intake (a Indianapolis arts guide newspaper)

Work:
Planning (about as worthless as they come. I get better and more practical info here)
Governing
Is it just me or is the geek alarm going off?
 
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Downtown said:
Home and Garden
Jane
Shape
Natural Health
Family Circle Easy Knitting

OK - Two years later, the more things change, the more they stay the same:
Now:
Parents
Runner's World
Jane
Shape
 

chrisinmd

Cyburbian
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Rolling Stone-although I'm now over 50, I still think I'm about 25.
Entertainment--good bathroom reading
Vanity Fair- I always read Dominic Donne

The Sportsman Guide-a great outdoor catalog

Planning-- read it at work
 

Hceux

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Subscribed to my first magazine recently:
Cargo
...and Queen's Quarterly, if you include the monthly magazine I get from my alma mater for free.

Read at Indigo's and Chapter's (bookstores in Canada; like Waterstone's in the UK and Barnes in the US):
National Geographics
Metropolis
Maclean's
Times Canada
People *rarely*
Frommer's Budget Travel
Metropolitan Home
Utne Reader
Canadian Geographics
...and more...just can't think of them now that I haven't been there for a while.
 
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