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The magazine for lovers of barbecue, grilling and spicy foods.
This colorful Australian bimonthly dishes the dirt about archaeological finds in the Middle East.
Two very different magazines for the working woman.
A quarterly magazine about traveling America's two-lane highways in the past and the present.
Four magazines for the self-sufficient homesteader and small farmer.
The legendary debunking bimonthly now focuses more on rational analysis of "big issues" like creationism, less on ESP and UFOs.
Three regional magazines from different parts of the U.S. that convey the spirit and history of their regions.
Four magazines that celebrate the glory days of the American automotive industry. And dog goggles.
A bright new bimonthly magazine for board game enthusiasts, covering oldies like chess and Scrabble as well as new games for children and adults.
A monthly that covers both the sport of car racing and the collecting of die cast replicas of the vehicles, with a massive price guide.