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“The September Issue” Reveals Human Side of Vogue Magazine

I’ve always admired Vogue magazine. My roommate, a seamstress in the fashion industry, used to get a subscription, and I couldn’t resist the temptation to snatch a few of her issues and flip through. One look, and i...
by Emily McMackin
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Charleston Is the Hottest “New” Destination for Magazines

As a Deep South native, I’ve made it my mission to travel to most of the region’s renowned cities, including Atlanta, Birmingham, Mobile, Jackson and New Orleans. Apparently, though, there is one must-see city IR...
by Emily McMackin
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Magazine Advertorial Overload

Call me old-fashioned, but I’m still a big believer in the separation of a magazine’s editorial content and its advertising. I’m not adverse to advertorials (advertisements written in an objective tone and des...
by Emily McMackin
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My Clipped Recipe Awards: Top Magazines for the Cooking-Challenged

I’ll admit it. I’m not the best cook in the world. In fact, I hardly cook at all. I’ve used my Crock-Pot twice in the past eight years and the last time I fired up the stove was about three weeks ago–to ...
by Emily McMackin
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Off-Limits? Celebrity Spotlight Increasingly Turns to Brad and Angelina’s Kids, Other Stars’ Children

Us Weekly reported Monday, June 28, that actress Angelina Jolie confesses in the August issue of Vanity Fair magazine that her 4-year-old daughter, Shiloh, “wants to be a boy.” The fact that this statement from a wi...
by Emily McMackin
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Magazines I Would Want on a Deserted Island

I look forward to going to the beach every year, and not just because I love the sun, sand, water and waves. I love beach trips because they are the only time I can catch up on my magazine reading. I wait all year for the chanc...
by Emily McMackin
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