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(PR Newswire)   Consolidating their grip on Katie Couric profiles and recipes whose primary ingredient is cream of mushroom soup, company acquires Parade magazine   (prnewswire.com) divider line
    More: Creepy, Broadsheet, Athlon Media Group, The McClatchy Company, Parade magazine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chicago Tribune, AMG's stable, Dallas Morning News  
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2022-01-18 7:02:37 PM  
I'm reliably informed that "Parade" is now an underwear-recycling outfit.  Or else, a "Parade" trifecta may be in play...
 
2022-01-18 7:12:26 PM  
Parade magazine? You read Parade magazine?

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2022-01-18 7:14:10 PM  
Cream Of Mushroom we called "Lutheran Binder"
 
2022-01-18 8:16:22 PM  
Athlon?
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/Had a 1 GHz Thunderbird back in the day
//It was glorious
 
2022-01-18 8:18:41 PM  
Dear Parade: My family all love watching old episodes of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" on the local UHF station.  We love Mary's cheerful resolve, but our favorite has to be Betty White's Sue Ann Nivens and her irrepressible spunk.  What's Betty up to these days?   Signed, Lorne Q, Sheboygan

Dear Lorne: "I'm doing great!  Better than ever!" said Betty when we reached her.  She's still acting once in a while and enjoying afternoon lunches with her friends on the patio of her cozy Beverly Hills cottage the rest of the time.  She's working on her eighth (!) book, tentatively titled "Steve Allen Ate Ass: Juicy Tidbits From My Life In Showbiz."  At press time of August 2021, Betty was looking forward to her 100th birthday in January 2022.
 
2022-01-18 8:35:27 PM  
Dated 2014?
 
2022-01-18 9:31:46 PM  
Whither Walter Scott's Personality Parade?
 
2022-01-18 10:38:47 PM  
magazine is a bit of a stretch for something that came rolled up in the small town sunday paper
 
2022-01-18 11:21:47 PM  
Before the internet when you finished the Sunday paper only Parade was left to read.
 
2022-01-19 12:57:41 AM  

Lab Monkey: I'm reliably informed that "Parade" is now an underwear-recycling outfit.  Or else, a "Parade" trifecta may be in play...


It's uh....it's a big ad and TV guide for old people.  It looks mustier than Reader's Digest, which is pretty hip these days.  I don't get it at all.  It comes in our local newspaper, but it's nothing but a big ad.
 
2022-01-19 8:20:14 AM  

melfunction: Before the internet when you finished the Sunday paper only Parade was left to read.



consolidation of murcan's news/information sources is good fer murca!
 
2022-01-19 10:50:52 AM  

cryinoutloud: Lab Monkey: I'm reliably informed that "Parade" is now an underwear-recycling outfit.  Or else, a "Parade" trifecta may be in play...

It's uh....it's a big ad and TV guide for old people.  It looks mustier than Reader's Digest, which is pretty hip these days.  I don't get it at all.  It comes in our local newspaper, but it's nothing but a big ad.


I know - we got it every Sunday in the paper when I was growing up.  I was referring to this link a few spaces down on the Business tab.
 
2022-01-19 7:20:10 PM  

nhdjoseywales: magazine is a bit of a stretch for something that came rolled up in the small town sunday paper


it came rolled up in the Washingon Post all during my childhood, like or dislike WAPO they had the best comic section for years
 
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