Harper’s Bazaar is about jet set lifestyle and eternal values, it-girls and screen divas, everything hot, fresh and modern. At the same time Harper’s Bazaar does not dictate or impose anything. It inspires the reader, and that makes it different from other editions.
Guns & Ammo spotlights the latest models, from combat pistols to magnum rifles…reviews shooting tactics, from stance to sighting…and explores issues from government policies to sportsmen’s rights. It’s the one magazine that brings you all aspects of the world of guns.
Guitar Player is the world’s most comprehensive, trusted and insightful guitar publication for passionate guitarists and active musicians of all ages. Every style is covered, including rock, blues, metal, and jazz. Plus, get exclusive monthly features such as interviews with the best guitar players in the world.
Canada’s premier magazine for woodworkers and avid DIYers.
For more than 80 years, Canadian Geographic magazine has brought stories about Canada to Canadians and the world. We’re dedicated to uncovering and communicating the stories about Canadian people, places, frontiers and issues (past and present) that Canadian magazine readers want. Owned by The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Canadian Geographic magazine is more than a geography publication, each issue of Canadian Geographic is a voyage of discovery and exploration that features the latest science, environment, travel and human and cultural stories from across Canada. The writing comes to visual life through stunning photography and elegant art direction.
Countryfile Magazine inspires you to explore forgotten corners of the great British countryside and provides knowledge of the people and wildlife that inhabit it. We want to tempt you into trying new things, seek out new places and make the most of Britain’s beautiful landscapes.
ZOOMER is Canada’s exciting new magazine for Canadians 45 and up. Each issue brings you tips on living healthy, staying fit, and making your money last. Enjoy travel advice, arts and food reviews, stylish shopping, health breakthroughs and secrets to successful intimacy. Plus, meet fascinating celebrities, spiritual leaders, authors and more!
Was that scuffling in the shadows something sinister? Did a sexy, black-clad stranger prickle the hairs on the back of your neck? Could it have been a…vampire? Tales of undead creatures with a taste for human blood have been around for centuries, and continue to scare and thrill in a way that other monsters just don’t. From new books like Scarlett St. Clair’s King of Battle and Blood to films like The Invitation and Renfield, they continue to haunt and inspire our stories.
Everything you need to know about season 3 and more. IT’S A CLASSICFISH-OUT-OF-WATER scenario: American football coach Ted Lasso moves to England (a place he knows little about—he also despises tea) to coach soccer (a sport he knows little about—he’s aghast that games can end in a tie) in the midst of marital problems. Separated from his wife and son, the plucky coach vows to make the best of his new situation. When Ted Lasso premiered on Aug. 14, 2020, on the then- fledgling streaming service Apple TV+, the sports comedy (starring and co-created by Saturday Night Live alum Jason Sudeikis) was well reviewed but underhyped. Then something special happened: One fan told another to watch, who told another…and Ted Lasso soon became the go-to comfort show of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Two seasons, 11 Emmys and thousands of Halloween costumes later, Ted Lasso is a cultural phenomenon. Ahead of the show’s eagerly anticipated (and possibly final) season, which premieres March 15, we offer you the definitive guide to the amazing origins, colorful characters and quotable quips of Apple TV+’s most successful show ever.