FENUXE

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FENUXE
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FENUXE Magazine #1, April 22, 2010
Editor in Chief Tyler Calkins
Categories LGBT-related magazine
Frequency Biweekly
Publisher TW Media Group
Year founded 2010
Country USA (Atlanta, Georgia)
Language English
Website www.Fenuxe.com
ISSN 2157-006X
OCLC number 657320828

FENUXE is an Atlanta-based bi-weekly magazine written for the gay community that is published by TW Media Group. The magazine updates online daily and produces a print edition every other Thursday.

FENUXE is an acronym and stands for Fashion, Events, Nightlife, Urban Culture, X-Plore (Gay Travel), and Eats (Dining).[1]

History and profile[edit]

The magazine debuted on April 22, 2010[1] and serves as a gay culture, entertainment, and lifestyle magazine for the Southeastern United States.

The magazine is a result of the financial collapse of Window Media in November 2009 and was thus named[2] after the mythological Phoenix bird which is found on crest of the city of Atlanta that symbolizes rebirth, immortality, and renewal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "New gay glossy Fenuxe arrives on Thursday". Project Q Atlanta. Retrieved September 29, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Fenuxe Magazine : About". Retrieved September 29, 2010. 

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