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Re: Where to buy/browse magazines?
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The magazine shop.

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I wish syd's was still around in Vauxhall.


And Tabatchnicks. And Wiglers. And the bookie at the newsstand, Mr. Mikes. There is a guy making mead at the mall now, though I haven't stopped by yet.

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I wish syd's was still around in Vauxhall.

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Try Councilman Yun's store up in the Heights. Garden State News on the corner of Bowers Street and Central Ave.

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What I find most amazing about this thread is that people still buy magazines.


I thought it was another gun thread at first.

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If you're in the area, head east a bit on Springfield Avenue for the best fried chicken in NJ at Church's Family Kitchen (not the chain). They close Sun/Mon, and if you don't call ahead you'll wait 20 minutes, but it's amazing. Just on the other side of Vaux Hall Road past the three gas station corner. Tell Judi I sent you!

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Minor correction, while the WF used to be in Millburn it's now in Vauxhall/Union. I think the confusion lies in that WF themselves list the store as WF Millburn/Union!


You are, of course, correct! I mostly say "Millburn" because when I tell people I am going to "Vauxhall" that is greeted with a blank stare and often followed with a "where is THAT?"

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Minor correction, while the WF used to be in Millburn it's now in Vauxhall/Union. I think the confusion lies in that WF themselves list the store as WF Millburn/Union!


You are, of course, correct! I mostly say "Millburn" because when I tell people I am going to "Vauxhall" that is greeted with a blank stare and often followed with a "where is THAT?"

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What I find most amazing about this thread is that people still buy magazines.

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Minor correction, while the WF used to be in Millburn it's now in Vauxhall/Union. I think the confusion lies in that WF themselves list the store as WF Millburn/Union!

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I'd love to have a place closer than either the Barnes and Noble's on RT 22W in Springfield or RT3E in Clifton. I think there used to be a Barnes and Noble in Hoboken but it's shuttered.

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I know Duane Reade has a few by Grove St., but I would like to peruse more than just the defacto Times, People and celebrity rags. Where can I buy a New Yorker? A Lucky Peach? A Cooks Illustrated?


Surely there is a place closer than 10 miles to buy magazines, LOL! For instance, Manhattan is a mile away.


This is a paradox of our region: Yes, Manhattan is a mile away (as the crow flies) but it will take you anywhere from 30 minutes to get to midtown (if you live DTJC, within a few minutes walking of Grove) to close to an hour (if you live farther out and need to do the HBLR to connect to PATH). For example, I find it a lot easier (and much more pleasant) to jump on my car and drive out to Millburn to visit WF, than to schlepp onto the PATH to visit the stores in midtown or even the one in Tribeca. Getting to Millburn takes me 15 minutes (20 in a bad day) while getting to Tribeca is at least 20 minutes, and the one in midtown is at least 35 or 40 minutes.

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I'm not schlepping on the Light Rail, PATH, then a subway to go buy a magazine when I can be in Springfield in twenty minutes, thankee.

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I'd love to have a place closer than either the Barnes and Noble's on RT 22W in Springfield or RT3E in Clifton. I think there used to be a Barnes and Noble in Hoboken but it's shuttered.

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I know Duane Reade has a few by Grove St., but I would like to peruse more than just the defacto Times, People and celebrity rags. Where can I buy a New Yorker? A Lucky Peach? A Cooks Illustrated?


Surely there is a place closer than 10 miles to buy magazines, LOL! For instance, Manhattan is a mile away.

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there's a B&N in the same building as WF and Bloodbath and Beyond in Tribeca. If you get inspired to upgrade cutlery or tableware after browzing food mags - check out Korin nearby on Warren.


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WORD sells Lucky Peach! It's in their cookbook section.

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The lotto bodega next to Morlees and the newstand on grove next to McDonalds have mags but I've never looked to see what they have; my guess would be hightimes, SI, nudie mags and car mags.

A&P also has a section.

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Shop Rite has a decent collection of magazines including New Yorker, not sure about those other two you mentioned.

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I don't know what Word sells in regards to magazines, but they could be your destination...

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I'd love to have a place closer than either the Barnes and Noble's on RT 22W in Springfield or RT3E in Clifton. I think there used to be a Barnes and Noble in Hoboken but it's shuttered.

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I know Duane Reade has a few by Grove St., but I would like to peruse more than just the defacto Times, People and celebrity rags. Where can I buy a New Yorker? A Lucky Peach? A Cooks Illustrated?

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I know Duane Reade has a few by Grove St., but I would like to peruse more than just the defacto Times, People and celebrity rags. Where can I buy a New Yorker? A Lucky Peach? A Cooks Illustrated?

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