New York Magazine spins off a separate home design title

NEW YORK DESIGN HUNTING, a stand-alone shelter title, is set to spin off from parent publication NEW YORK MAGAZINE in May.

Launching as a test issue, the new glossy will target design professionals and enthusiasts, featuring interior design and home décor, all with a distinctive New York slant.  New York Magazine publisher Larry Burstein says the aim is to combine the unique voice of New York’s design editor, Wendy Goodman, with the parent magazine’s look.

Half of the initial 75,000 copies will be on newsstands, with the other half distributed free to design pros, showrooms and trade locations.  Plans are in the works to publish two issues per year.  Reach Editor-in-Chief Wendy Goodman at  There is no separate magazine website at this time,. Find New York’s home design section at


For connoisseurs who enjoy pairing cigars with fine spirits, a new print mag

CIGAR & SPIRITS MAGAZINE made its print debut the first weekend in March, hitting newsstands nationwide.

The new bimonthly targets connoisseurs, who appreciate the unique interplay between cigars and spirits, and the ways in which they complement one another.  Articles also feature related lifestyle topics, ranging from fine cuisine to high fashion.

The editor-in-chief is Jon Shakill,  For editorial submissions email editorial assistant Audrey Abbott,  To view the magazine or for additional information, visit the website at