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Collectors Weekly

Collectors Weekly

Browse, research, and explore the world of antiques, vintage, memorabilia, and collecting.

www.collectorsweekly.com

Royal Flush Magazine

Royal Flush Magazine

The Magazine that had sex with your girlfriend’s magazine… Part pop culture mag, part rock art carnival, part comic book, and all irreverent fun!

www.royalflushmagazine.com

Sixand5

Sixand5

Sixand5 is an online magazine on current trends in art, fashion and urban culture. The site regularly updates its news to offer up cool info on what is done best at the moment.

www.sixand5.com

Sacred Craft

Sacred Craft

It is all about the surfboard; has always been about the surfboard. We at the Sacred Craft Consumer Surf Expo feel it is time to reassert that philosophy. To put the surfboard-and the modern-day kahunas who craft them-back at the forefront of surf culture. To place that influence, that importance, that responsibility, back in the hands of the artisans, surfers, and shapers who design our Sacred Crafts-and ultimately our future.

www.sacredcraftexpo.com

Reason Magazine

Reason Magazine

Reason is the monthly print magazine of “free minds and free markets.” It covers politics, culture, and ideas through a provocative mix of news, analysis, commentary, and reviews. Reason provides a refreshing alternative to right-wing and left-wing opinion magazines by making a principled case for liberty and individual choice in all areas of human activity.

www.reason.com

Frankensteinia

Frankensteinia

Tracking Frankenstein and all things related in the arts, media and popular culture.

frankensteinia.blogspot.com

Rue Morgue

Rue Morgue

A publication exclusively devoted to horror in culture and entertainment. Also features cinema, store, archives, events and general information.

www.rue-morgue.com

American Scary

American Scary

American Scary is a look at the nation’s tradition of horror hosting, from Zacherley to A. Ghastlee Ghoul. Hosts of all kinds were once a staple of television, and especially local television productions. But as production demands and the availability of cheaper syndicated material changed the local TV business model, local hosts were also one of the first things to go, no matter how popular they were with the viewing public. With interviews and footage from major hosts from the 1950s to the present day, such as Zacherley, Vampira, Ghoulardi and others, along with memories from celebrities and fans who were influenced by these hosts, you’ll follow this American folk art form from its glamorous beginnings, through repeated waves of popularity in the 1960s and 1970s, to its scrappy resurgence and survival in the current age of cable access and the Internet. American Scary looks to remind people how much fun local TV could be – and maybe could be again.

www.americanscary.com | Watch It On Hulu

LOUDreams

LOUDreams

We bring you everything you could possibly need, from fashion, art, music, technology, to sports, pop culture, and whatever else fills up your information tummy.

www.loudreams.com

Auxiliary Magazine

Auxiliary Magazine

We have always had a love for the different, the unique, the creative. But from all sides we’ve heard what we love is on its way out, is suffering, is dying, is dead. Today an alternative aesthetic is seen more than ever. Yet the core, the base, the scene; everyone is telling us is in a sad state. Reality is what you make it.

Our goal is to provide high quality fashion editorials, photographs, and articles; unique reviews and insights on the best media out there; and to create discussion and passion about alternative subcultures. There is a lot of amazing and creative stuff happening. We hope to find it, highlight it, and encourage it to grow.

That is why we’ve created Auxiliary Magazine; an online and print magazine dedicated to fashion, music, and lifestyle with a darker aesthetic. There are no other boundaries than that. That is the strong point of alternative culture.

www.auxiliarymagazine.com