In an alienated world filled with iProducts and Internet-based content, there's almost nothing more liberating than entering into the tiny magazine shop Issues, with the sole intent of leaving with a handful of real-life publications. With magazines and newspapers lining its interior walls, the shop gives off a pleasant library-like feeling. And despite the store's wide selection, the publications seem meticulously hand-selected, allowing for a sort of serendipity that has become almost obliterated with the advent of the Internet. Pairing these inherent values with its friendly and seemingly all-knowing staff, Issues can turn even the most devout techie into a full-fledged bibliophile with its endless literary possibilities. Boasting an array of rags that range from full-color design magazines to DIY fanzines, the store ensures you'll leave with fresh prints that will electrify your desire to consume the written word in its physical form.
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