New York, NY (PRWEB) January 16, 2006
A sneak peak at all the places to go, people to know, fashion to desire and much more on the cutting edge of everything is now as easy as clicking http://www.blackbookmag.com.
BlackBook magazine, BlackBook Media Corp is always ahead of its time. The progressive culture company takes another step into the future with new features on its website. In addition to reading about the current issue, the site also provides a sophisticated search engine to guide you to the hot hangouts in popular cities.
An invaluable asset to a person living in or traveling to a big city, this site is the ultimate resource. One highlight of the website is http://www.blackbookmag.com/bblists, featuring a guide to the most trendy, or un-trendy, places to eat, sleep, and play in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Miami in 2006. BlackBook Lists provide personalized venues for all interests, including places ranging from those “getting over being dumped,” to those looking “to punch a hipster.” Handy travel-sized print versions of the guides can be purchased online for $9.95 per city at http://www.blackbookmag.com/Buy_BB_List/index.aqf.
Additionally, “The BlackList” on the website features an exclusive, weekly updated guide to what is currently happening in New York and Los Angeles, with rotating city selections and insiders’ web downloads. Check out the calendar that would be a shame to miss at http://www.blackbookmag.com/Hot_List/. Better yet, subscribe to the BlackList weekly email so you know the moment the picks are out.
The BlackBook reader knows fashion and wants to keep on top of all that is new and hot. Thanks to some hints from savvy editors, you can now check out the best of the fashion pages from the current issue online, currently including this issue’s focus on musicians showing up a few of the best looks. http://www.blackbookmag.com/Fashion/2005/Issue_42/Music_Meets_Fashion.aqf.
BlackBook Media Corp. is best known for its flagship BlackBook magazine. BlackBook magazine’s first ever Music issue includes chats with 21 musical legends and upstarts, sharing their views and their guilty pleasures. Consistent with BlackBook’s unique approach of giving its readers editorial conversations, the Q & A sessions take things one step further to the intimate, and often controversial conversations with some of the most compelling and creative forces in the industry. This issue is a cheat-sheet for staying in step with what bona fide movers and shakers from music, film, fashion, fiction, art, nightlife and entertainment are talking about. The upcoming issue – due in early February – is devoted to “the next NEXT big thing.” Subscription information can be found at http://www.blackbookmag.com/subscribe/