'Circus' Knows How to Make Use of a Bombshell, Among Other Things
Circus is this brilliant boomer lifestyle magazine that describes itself like this:
"Debate, discussion and controversy. Let's talk about the over 50s."
The third page of its February issue featured this gorgeous image of Sophia Loren perched just above the lower margin, drawing plenty of attention to the articles around her (mainly because we were scouring the text going "Who is that girl?!").
We also got to check out the magazine. It includes raunchy boomer poetry, sex and business talk, and spiffy little featurettes like The Ad that Never Ran. (Think Thatcher and Scottish oil. Feeling greasy?)
Anyway, it's refreshing to see a senior publication that's not splattered with AARP messages and bladder control ads. It also looks like an awesome resource for boomer culture.
Here's to hoping they're still around when we're pushing 50 and looking for saucy reading material.
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Boomer here. Thanks for pointing toward this pub. And I totally agree regarding the content and more importantly the attitude.
LOVE THIS... and I am dying to find out where/how to receive this...this has been one of my own rants about AARP and the business world in general..just as he says...just look at who has the disposable income........I have "ranted" in a number of industries regarding this..so how do I get my hands on this publication...googled, cannot find it.
Lisbeth, here's the contact info for Millennium, the people who distribute the magazine:
Shoot them an email to get on their mailing list. They distribute Circus via PDF.
And here is more info about Circus:
Circus used to be a cool rock mag back in the 70s...
...not that that soothes the wound of you saying "when we're pushing 50".
lisbeth (or anybody interested) -
Send me an email and I'll make sure you get some Circus PDFs.
nyrenagency at gmail dot com
All the issues of CIRCUS are now available as PDFs: