Recent Examples of newsstand from the Web
For more on Meghan’s royal preparations, a guide to the palaces, wedding tiaras and her style evolution, pick up a copy of this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now.
Most flights Tuesday had been canceled, and nearly all restaurants were closed, leaving the dozen or so passengers to depend on a newsstand and Dunkin' Donuts for snacks.
Titled the Radical Issue and on newsstands now, the entire magazine is devoted to political voices in fashion.
On newsstands, headlines have blared support, and imams in mosques throughout the country have prayed for a military victory.
This story first appeared in the Feb. 23/March 2 issue of EW, on newsstands now, or buy it here.
Read more on the cast of Black Panther in the March 2018 issues of ESSENCE, on newsstands Feb. 23.
This article appears in the February issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands now.
Faber also operates a newsstand and bookstore at 30th Street Station, which remains open, and more in other cities.
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Definition of newsstand for English Language Learners
: a place (such as a small outdoor store) where newspapers and magazines are sold
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