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Top Magazines for Every Car Enthusiast

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Remember your dream car? Ferrari. Lamborghini. Bugatti. McLaren. Built with speed, power and style, all these brands are symbols of prestige. No matter what your ideal ride may be, let Magazines.com help answer the call of the open road. Our car magazines make the perfect gift – for dads, grads and everyday car enthusiasts! Continue reading

10 Best Magazines for Summer Reading

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What’s on your reading list this summer? Get the scoop on the 10 best magazines for summer reading right here! Continue reading

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7 Great Magazine Subscriptions to Curl Up with This Winter

5 Dollar Instant Coupon Magazine Subscription Discounts DealsWhen the weather outside is frightful, enjoy the excuse to stay inside if you can. Better yet, curl up with any one of these great magazine subscription deals—and now through Jan. 31, save an EXTRA $5 instantly!

Maybe it’s not polar vortex cold outside, but there’s still a chill in the air! Which means it’s great weather to stay indoors and curl up with a good read by a roaring fire or bundled up in a warm blanket.

In that case, we’ve got just the reads you need—and now through Jan. 31, you can save $5 instantly with coupon code WINTER5OFF. The coupon applies to more than 170 select magazine subscriptions, but we’d like to highlight seven recommendations to suit a range of needs and interests.

Bark: This magazine is ideal for anyone who loves their faithful four-legged friend. It contains inspirational stories about dogs, insights into their behavior, tips about caring for them and traveling with them, product reviews and recommendations, and much more.

Crochet World: Combine your downtime with learning a new skill or perfecting an existing one. This reader favorite magazine features easy-to-follow instructions and full-color photos for simple to complex projects, including everything from doilies to dishcloths and clothing to throws.

Travel + Leisure: Daydream those winter doldrums away by flipping through the pages of this travel magazine! Experience the world vicariously or plan the trip of a lifetime with its insider tips, destination recommendations, and itinerary suggestions.

The Atlantic: For well over a century, this magazine has been delivering thought-provoking commentary on political and cultural issues. The longer features found in every issue make for a great read, plus they’re engaging and entertaining enough that they don’t feel cumbersome.

Saveur: This delicious title celebrates cuisine from around the world, making it part travel magazine, part food magazine. Articles combine the two seamlessly, and recipes give you the chance to experience everything from popular global dishes to trendy takes on more well-known ones.

Guideposts: Boost your spirits with this magazine packed with heartwarming stories from everyday people and notable celebrities. Both share their first-person accounts of tragedy and heartbreak, but each shares the inspirational message of hope and courage.

Popular Science: Curious about science and technology? This magazine tackles both in a mix of shorter briefs and longer features on emerging trends and developments in those fields. It also blends product recommendations and even how-to’s that help repurpose objects you may already have.

Ad Age 2013 Magazine A-List Magazines to Watch

Magazines to Watch from Ad Age’s 2013 A-List

Ad Age 2013 Magazine A-List Magazines to WatchThese days, magazines must embrace identities beyond print in order to survive. So which ones are doing it best? Here are our picks of the ones to watch from Ad Age’s 2013 A-List.

The magazine industry isn’t just about magazines anymore. Sure, that original wireless device (that needs no charging, ever, by the way) is at the heart of it all, but more and more publishing companies are transitioning to media companies—meaning there’s digital and tablet editions, even branding opportunities and merchandising partnerships.

When Ad Age set out to determine its 2013 Magazine A-List winners, it considered magazines not just for their success in print, but also their willingness to innovate beyond the traditional medium. Of the ten titles that made the list, these are our picks of the ones to watch.

Men’s Fitness: This men’s magazine vs. competitor Men’s Health has been a longstanding battle since both were established in the ‘80s. For the longest, Men’s Health held the upper hand across the board, but under the guidance of former editor David Zinczenko, Men’s Fitness is emerging as a force to be reckoned with, thanks to surging newsstand sales and ad pages.

EatingWell: This food magazine has been one of our favorites since before Meredith took ownership. With the backing of the bigger publisher, EatingWell is hitting its stride, and the July/August issue is on pace to set a record with newsstand sales. As the former indie title takes its place in the national food and health conversation, its partnerships with health-care providers and major brands have been a major source of growth.

Women’s Health: This women’s fitness magazine made Ad Age’s A-List in part for its editorial excellence, but maybe even more impressive is its attempts to reach readers and potential readers in unlikely ways, such as through its Run 10 Feed 10 fitness-fundraising push that teams up with FEED projects to provide meals and raise money to help end hunger.

InStyle: One of the two repeats from last year’s Ad Age A-List, this fashion bible continues to test the potential of social media. It’s providing tablet-exclusive content and asking readers to weigh in on its Social Media Awards. The popular women’s fashion magazine is also entering into branded merchandise. It’s “Perfect White Shirt” measures fit by bra size, meaning no more tugging or unsightly gaping.

Esquire: There’s digital, then there’s what this men’s magazine is doing. While most publications have revamped resources to invest into websites and tablet editions, Esquire goes out and creates its own television network. It might sound kind of out there, but there are several tie-ins with the magazine. For example, reader-favorite sections “Women We Love” and “Best Bars in America” are being adapted into network specials.

Bon Appetit: The other repeat from Ad Age’s A-List from a year ago seems to have put the controversial editorial changes of a few years ago behind it. The food magazine boasts an increase in ad pages—counting several luxury brands among them—a redesigned website, and events that unite top chefs and restaurants. For its all-around success, Ad Age dubbed Bon Appetit its “Magazine of the Year.”