Steppin' Out (magazine)

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James Gandolfini and Edie Falco, as Tony and Carmela Soprano, on the cover of the April 4, 2007 issue.

Steppin' Out is a weekly entertainment industry-oriented magazine published by Larry Collins that bills itself as "New York and New Jersey's #1 Entertainment Magazine".[1] The main feature of each issue is its cover feature, an interview of a celebrity. The rest of the magazine consists of film reviews, entertainment industry gossip, regular columns and features by various contributors, horoscopes, information on local area events, and classified ads. The magazine boasts a readership of over 50,000 in print and countless more online and in Social Media.[2]

The magazine maintains an online presence at, where web surfers can read the entire contents of the current issue in flip page, as well as order back issues.


Dan Lorenzo Promoted to editor in January 2012. Lorenzo also does ad sales.[citation needed]

Larry Collins Collins began Steppin' Out magazine with his wife Pamela in his parents' basement in 1988.[3]


  1. ^ Steppin' Out's online home page
  2. ^ Steppin’ Out’s online advertisement page
  3. ^ Steppin’ Out’s Personnel Page

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