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The Robb Report

Starsky

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On my lunch break, I wondered past walden books, seen this Mag on the stand.. Is it a good mag? Whats main subject matter? Thanks
 

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Just a higher end living mageazine, very expensive as far as magazines go.
 

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Yes, I've subscribed to it off and on for years. There are always those who will criticize it for being over-materialistic, superficial, etc, etc. But it has always been a source of information and inspiration to me. It is purely and simply a lifeSTYLE magazine, covering the best-of-the-best that life has to offer, if it can be purchased with $$.

Great for dream-building, if that sort of thing moves you.
 

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Hmm, there used to be some fairly good ones on their website but after a re-launch its all gone.
 

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What do you want to know?

I've known past editors (Steve Castle, Brent Butterworth) and my work was featured seven times in the 1990s (once in their "Ultimate Gift Guide").

Also knew the owner/publisher (Bill Curtis), but not at the same level that I did the editors (who became personal friends).

Most buyers of the magazine are NOT mega-rich. But they wanna be.

Main focus has always been: Lifestyle publication, for the mega-rich.

Subject matter: Toys of the mega-rich.

I picked up a copy in our hotel room in Vegas 3 days ago. Very impresssive-- TONS of ads more than before. They've become the "In Style" of high-end lifestyle magazines.

-Russ H.
 

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What do you want to know?

I've known past editors (Steve Castle, Brent Butterworth) and my work was featured seven times in the 1990s (once in their "Ultimate Gift Guide").

Also knew the owner/publisher (Bill Curtis), but not at the same level that I did the editors (who became personal friends).

Most buyers of the magazine are NOT mega-rich. But they wanna be.

Main focus has always been: Lifestyle publication, for the mega-rich.

Subject matter: Toys of the mega-rich.

I picked up a copy in our hotel room in Vegas 3 days ago. Very impresssive-- TONS of ads more than before. They've become the "In Style" of high-end lifestyle magazines.

-Russ H.
awesome sum up of the magazine.. the magazine has good pages every now and then on exotics and big real estate:)
 

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