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This month’s magazine focuses on myriad ways to soak up the springtime sunshine. Freelance writer, photographer, and former wilderness guide, Ryan Martinez, takes us through some of his favorite alfresco activities—mountain biking, backpacking, bouldering, etc.—in our cover story, “Your (Local) Guide to the Great Outdoors” (page 43), with some top spots to try each adventure, “know before you go” tips, must-have apps, and more. After perusing the incredible pictures and reading his recommendations, I definitely feel inspired and more prepared to explore more.
Estetica Magazine is the world's leading hairdressing magazine. Founded in Italy in 1946 and published today in over 60 countries around the world, it is a global reference point for professionals working in the hair and beauty industry. Techniques, fashion, education and trends are at the core of every issue of Estetica Magazine. Further information about both the printed and digital versions of the magazine is available at www.esteticanetwork.com
After some doubt that we would be allowed to go to press, in respect to wide-ranging Ontario business closures relating to COVID-19, The WholeNote magazine for April 2020 is now on press, and print distribution – modified to respect community-wide closures and the need for appropriate distancing – starts Monday March 30. Meanwhile the full magazine is right here, digitally, so if you value us PLEASE SHARE THIS LINK AS WIDELY AS YOU CAN. It's the safest way for us to reach the widest possible audience at this time!
CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia.
In this issue:
- Get the Goss on Gloss
- Celebrity Style on the 2020 Red Carpet
- The Mane Attraction: Best of the best for your crowning glory
- Summer Skin SOS
Plus all of the usually features on makeup, skincare, aesthetic medicine and beauty.
As I write this, the world is suffering from a pandemic. COVID-19 seems to have affected all of us in one way or another. Although I don’t have any school-aged children, my adult kids are still afraid. The only reassurance I can give them is to do the best they can and follow what the CDC says—wash your hands often (forget hoarding TP, I want hand lotion—my hands are sooo dry from washing them so much!) and social distance as much as you can without isolating yourself—unless you are sick. But they seem to be more worried about my husband and me who are both over 65. I am thinking of getting a fake ID showing that I’m only 64 (or perhaps younger…might as well give 55 another go). I don’t want people judging me for leaving my house! I’m healthy and keep away from those who aren’t and follow the guidelines. I don’t want my kids to worry.
But there is one thing we can all do while we’re home hiding under our beds. And that is to READ! This magazine, for one, has tons of interesting articles. Keep in mind that almost all of the editorial was written before the pandemic landed in our area, so please check the websites of any event, restaurant, or business that we’ve discussed to see if they are open or have shortened hours. If you can, visit the local shops and anywhere that is open—we must do our part to help the economy. Small businesses are the lifeblood of any community and ours is no exception. So, shop if you can, dine out if you can, and if you can’t then order in! Many places are offering delivery and takeout. Take advantage!
Eco-friendly tourism is at the top of our 2020 travel agenda. We have introduced a new Sustainable Travel series, kicking off this issue with ideas for Environmental Volunteering, in an eco-conscious quest of our own, we have discovered a supplier of recyclable paper wraps for sending our magazines in the mail. Next issue we will be featuring the UK’s finest eco-friendly holiday homes so, if you know of any hidden gems you are happy to share, please get in touch. Back to this issue - our 10 of The Best Charity Challenges, are sure to inspire. From cycling across Britain to skydiving from 15,000 feet, you can raise some vital charity donations while pushing yourself to your limits. The World Pilot Gig Championships is a seaside spectacle like no other on The Isles of Scilly this May, and we go Behind-the-Scenes ahead of The Cheltenham Festival, this March. Other destinations we uncover this season include the beautiful Lake District, spending a wonderful 48 Hours in St Mawes and the Roseland, an adventure packed weekend on The Isle of Man, and, arguably with the best views in London, our In the Capital series this season takes us to discover the highlights of leafy Greenwich. As always I hope this issue helps to inspire your travel experiences, and the spring season brings you many magical moments spent savouring the glorious British Isles - wherever you choose to visit.
RUST #45 brings a host of fresh new stories from the worlds of enduro, rally and adventure motorcycling. Check out the KTM vs Husqvarna 250cc two-stroke enduro test, Craig Keyworth's first hand account of competing in the 2020 Dakar Rally, JB's 'best of' from the 2020 BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy in New Zealand plus a photo feature on trail riding in the Mojave, a guide to fitness for older riders, long termer reports, columns, product testing and lots more!
BeatRoute Magazine is a music monthly and website that also covers: fashion, film, travel, liquor and cannabis all through the lens of a music fan. Distributed in British Columbiam Alberta, and Ontario. BeatRoute’s Alberta edition is distributed in Calgary, Edmonton, Banff and Canmore. The BC edition is distributed in Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo. BeatRoute (AB) Mission PO 23045 Calgary, AB T2S 3A8 E. firstname.lastname@example.org BeatRoute (BC) #202 – 2405 E Hastings Vancouver, BC V5K 1Y8 P. 778-888-1120
Welcome to the Great West Way 2020 issue. Discover the Great West Way 125-mile touring route between London and Bristol based on ancient routes, roaming through idyllic countryside, quaint villages and elegant towns.
From the extraordinary backdrop of the Crazy Bear in Beaconsfield, red carpet arrivals at award-ceremonies to three legendary sporting arenas in Liverpool, hosting a meeting, event or conference in the UK has never been so exciting! And this month's Corporate Magazine certainly packs a punch with the variety of venues to pick from!
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