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Under the Covers: Harlequin’s Images of Romance

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Under the Covers: Harlequin’s Images of Romance

BusinessWeek – 2012-02-10

From 'The Manatee' in 1949 through images of Fabio and the just-issued 'Once Upon a Valentine,' Harlequin has published memorable covers
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Harlequin to disrobe new Cosmo Red-Hot Reads

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Vice Magazine's controversial images of female authors committing suicide are taken down

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Laura Vandervoort Covers Real Style Magazine's Summer 2013 Issue

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Rolling Stone joins list of controversial magazine covers

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Radio Times: 90 years of covers - in pictures

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25 Crowdsourced Covers For Literary Classics

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Rock critic Rob Sheffield has profiled dozens—probably hundreds—of bands for Rolling Stone. He's followed around Aerosmith and gone out for Thai food with the Yeah Yeah... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-08-09

Getty Museum makes 4,600 high-res images free to download with Open Content Program

Journalists and news consumers alike may be familiar with the Getty name -- Mark Getty founded his namesake stock photography company in the 1990s, and Getty Images is responsible for distributing... | Engadget – 2013-08-14

'Harry Potter' new covers will grace trade paperback versions as of Aug. 27

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