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Celebrate diversity here in South Cobb. Grab a copy and learn the latest through their culture magazine publication today.
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Aesthetica: The Art and Culture Magazine

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A leading international art and culture magazine founded in 2002 and explores the best in contemporary art, design, photography, film, music and performance
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Aeon Magazine - the digital magazine of ideas and culture

Aeon Magazine - the digital magazine of ideas and culture | Culture Magazine in South Cobb | Scoop.it
Aeon is a digital magazine of ideas and culture, publishing an original essay every weekday.
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Culture Magazine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

CULTURE Magazine is an American monthly magazine covering entertainment and lifestyle trends in the medical cannabis community. Based in Corona, California, it is owned by Southland Publishing Inc., which also publishes several alternative newspapers and magazines in the region. CULTURE magazine is now distributed throughout the Bay Area, Southern California, Colorado, Washington and Michigan.

The magazine was founded in 2009 by Jeremy Zachary with the stated mission of informing and entertaining the estimated 500,000-plus medical-marijuana patients in the Greater Southern California area.

Zachary developed his concept for CULTURE after noting a lack of cannabis publications that directly addressed the interests of the average medical-marijuana patient. Most either promoted cannabis cultivation and/or the "stoner" lifestyle. With Southern California’s medical-cannabis industry growing rapidly, Zachary believed a publication was needed that eschewed politics and the "pothead" image and, instead, focused on the general interests and lifestyles of those who used cannabis medicinally.

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