The Time Inc. version of Sports Illustrated magazine was first published on Aug. 16, 1954. However, two other magazines named Sports Illustrated were published beforehand. The first Sports Illustrated magazine was publis... More »

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Since 1964, Sports Illustrated magazine has published an annual Swimsuit Issue that generally features mostly female models and sometimes female athletes in swimwear. As of 2015, the cover of the magazine has always been... More »

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The annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue comes out each February. The magazine typically reaches subscribers and hits the shelves a few days before its mid-month cover date; the exact date varies each year. More »

Since 1964, Sports Illustrated magazine has published an annual Swimsuit Issue that generally features mostly female models and sometimes female athletes in swimwear. As of 2015, the cover of the magazine has always been... More »

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Sports Illustrated Kids provides kid-friendly information on sports and athletes as well as stories about kids and teenagers doing noteworthy things. As seen on its website, SIKids.com, the coverage tends to focus on Ame... More »

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Time Inc. published Cottage Living magazine under its Southern Progress subsidiary from September 2004 to November 2008. The subsidiary published 10 issues annually, and by 2007, the magazine's circulation had risen to o... More »

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William Faulkner's short story, "A Rose for Emily," was first published in the April 30, 1930, edition of Forum magazine. It was Faulkner's first publication in a magazine with national circulation. More »

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