Magazine News

October 15, 2010

Hot Topics: New Uses for Muffin Pans, Retirement Planning, Celeb Break-ups, ‘Daddy Brain’ and Healthy Snacks

People_cox.pngHere’s a round-up of stories from our blog network you might have missed but still have time to check out:

From Food MagaScene:
Everyday Food magazine explains how to make more than just muffins in your muffin pans; a Savannah restaurant featured in Taste of the South is reviewed; a blueberry-banana pancake experiment is contemplated and find some go-to recipes every man and woman needs to impress.

From Home MagaScene:
Our writer ponders the similarities of Consumer Reports and ShopSmart; the influence of magazines is noted; a review of Money magazine’s retirement guide; Dwell magazine celebrates 10 years and intrusive ads in business magazines.

From Celebrity MagaScene:
Celebrity break-ups continue to make headlines–People magazine reports Courteney Cox and David Arquette are divorcing; actress Jennifer Grey talks about her second chances in Us Weekly; and Entertainment Weekly releases its first ‘Reunions Issue’ featuring some of our favorite movie and TV cast members.

From Parenting MagaScene:
Parenting magazines embrace Halloween with costume and game ideas; Parent & Child magazine honors breast cancer survivor and mother Sheryl Crow; and our writer delves into an article from Pregnancy magazine that explores “daddy brain.”

From Fit MagaScene:
Our writer rates Men’s Journal magazine’s ‘best, greatest and perfect’ content; Health magazine’s ideas for healthier snacking; and our writer gets to the ‘Lowe-down’ on Men’s Fitness magazine’s October issue.

About the Author

Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan is obsessed with good food, great shoes and Alabama football way down South in Savannah, Georgia. She hasn’t met a kitchen gadget she hasn’t at least thought about buying (trying them is another story) and devotes her time to Bikram Yoga, baking and trying to overcome long-held finicky eating habits.