Recent Examples of newsstand from the Web
In the meantime, the collector's edition is currently available for download on Playboy.com and will officially hit newsstands nationwide on October 31.
Music has a teleportation-like quality, and Wenner harnessed that from the moment the first issue hit newsstands in November 1967.
For more details into the parenting lives of the cast of A Bad Moms Christmas, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now.
One of the stalls will be a newsstand, offering local publications; another will have some art, or political posters.
Pro wrestling, territorial, so the only way to know other groups and talent outside your territory was via the Apter Mags on sale at newsstands across the country.
Rihanna's full Elle interview will hit newsstands on September 29, but an excerpt, several of Rihanna's celebrity friends take turns asking questions, prompting classic (and hilarious) Rihanna answers.
For decades, Cosmo has been the sexiest magazine on newsstands.
The Journal of Alta California launched earlier this month — on newsstands and online, — with Hearst serving as editor-publisher alongside former Washington Post journalist Mark Potts as managing editor.
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