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Time Out New York is a weekly guide to what's happening in and around New York City - includes reviews of restaurants, movies, theater, music, art and books as well as interviews and weekly columns.

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More About Time Out New York: Despite the name, Time Out New York Kids, is not a magazine for young ones. In fact, this bimonthly arts and entertainment magazine targets itself to parents who want to stay connected to events, happenings and great city culture in New York. While Time Out Kids covers topics that are mostly kid-centric, including special family-friendly events in the city and hot new restaurants appropriate for young ones, a popular section is its Q&A, which features a celebrity interview about a notable accomplishment done for kids. Inside, parents will also find topics that are geared toward urban families, like parenting trends in the city, childcare, neighborhood profiles and, of course, mom makeovers.

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the only new york guide you'll ever need
TIME OUT NEW YORK (TONY) makes the best visual use of magazine space that i've ever seen, and this was true even back in the day when there was only TIME OUT LONDON! the mag has a very readable font and layout; the articles are wisely only one page long; the entire mag is organized in a way that you can intuitively and quickly find what you're looking for; and even the captions on the stand-alone photos are informative! that takes vision and balls. plus, the tone is irreverent and young, yet not naive, and in that voice all the important cultural genres are covered in an expert, cutting-edge way. how do they do it?? i dunno, but that's why TONY is the only new york guide i read! years ago, i used to read NEW YORK magazine, but it is a snooze... dull and boring in the opposite of all the above ways. but that's another review, huh?
by: anonymous
3/19/2008 11:32:00 AM
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