He has come across some old manuscripts, or ancient document records, referring to this valley, and they state, according to this article he has written for the magazine, that somewhere in the valley is a wonderful city, traces of which have been found twenty to forty feet below the surface, on which great trees are growing, showing that the city was covered hundreds, if not thousands, of years ago.
Perhaps by this time the party may be organized--this magazine is several months old.
We do not care to publish any magazines
here," Judge Witberg roared, looking at him so fiercely and malevolently that Watson could scarcely bring himself to believe that this was same man he had studied a few minutes previously.
She even ventured a rag carpet, which, the women's magazines
informed her, had newly returned into fashion.
To-morrow" appeared first in the Pall Mall Magazine
Historian Henry Clepper calls this "one of the strange episodes in the history of the magazine
Transcending those details, and transcending even the question of their cohesion into unity, is the fact that any magazine
that has existed long enough to develop self-knowledge and identity knows itself as the incarnation of a tradition.
Designer Greg Paul sees magazine
design now as having entered a postmodern period, citing Metropolitan Home, Savvy, New York, and Spy as examples.
and FAST COMPANY Magazine
Newsstand Sales Increase 47% and 37%, Respectively
is launching an e-mail newsletter titled "Cow/Calf Weekly" in July.
Working with a Seattle magazine
distributor called Small Changes, Tim Bernthal of Magazines
A Gain used a $14,000 waste reduction grant from Seattle Public Utilities to create a program that re-uses and distributes nearly 4,000 magazines
a month to more than 40 Seattle-area organizations.
Christina Ferrari, editor of Teen People, said her magazine
will focus only one-third of its content on beauty and fashion, the backbone of other popular teen magazines
Johnson, publisher of Ebony magazine
, describing the year 1945 in his national bestseller, Succeeding Against The Odds.
The books are a little more durable than a magazine
and have beautiful heavy paper stock so the photos really pop.
Along with these messages, however, the magazine
also betrayed a subtle distinction in status between the working class and the talented tenth, and between darker skin and lighter.