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Zinio, Online Newsstand and Ebsco Host 

Zinio, the world’s largest newsstand, offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment.  Browse from your library’s collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. Easy browsing : Browse your library’s collection of titles one at a time, search for your favorite magazines by title or use the convenient category feature to find new magazines which meet your interests



Current Issues: The latest issues are released simultaneously with the print edition are ready for immediate checkout.  Back Issues:  Miss the new issue? You can easily browse the magazine detail page to find the previous issue you are need to check out.
Manage your collection with a library collection account and a personal reading account.
Check out the magazines you want (with the library collection account) in your computer/tablet browser; and stream the magazine instantly (with your personal reading account) on your computer (both PC and Mac) browser or access the checked out magazines on a portable media device for download/offline reading. (Note: viewing options, including the ability to download or view the content while online, may differ based on the device and/or magazine publisher)
No limits:  Check out as many issues as you want and keep them in your account as long as you like.   You’ll  need your Rye Public Library card number to sign in.



Welcome to the new Online Newsstand Project ( a cooperative among over 60 libraries around the U.S. ) where you’ll find easy access to  recent feature length articles  in many of the most popular magazines.   Just click on a topic icon for selected articles and a link to the table of contents for the full issue.

If you’re not in the Library right now, you will need your 14-digit Rye Public Library patron ID to sign into the EBSCO database.

Search the Newsstand on your mobile phone/handheld device here.

Most Popular Online Newsstand Categories:

news money people

Other Categories

art business cars
children community computers
fashion health history
home nature reading
science sports teachers and librarians

Which magazines are in each category?

Art, History & Culture

  • American History, Archaeology, Ceramics Monthly, Film Comment, Smithsonian

Business Premier (for libraries that subscribe to this database)

  • Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Fortune


  • Dig, Highlights for Children, Ladybug, New Moon Girls, Ranger Rick, Spider

Community & Living

  • Advocate, Ebony, Native Peoples Magazine

Computers & Technology

  • Discover, Macworld, PC World, Technology Review

Fashion & Lifestyle

  • Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Marie Claire

Health & Fitness

  • Consumer Reports on Health, Health, Natural Health, Prevention, Shape

Home Life

  • Good Housekeeping, Real Simple, Redbook, Yankee

Money, Business & Consumer News

  • Consumer Reports, Fast Company, Inc., Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Money

Nature & Environment

  • E: The Environmental Magazine, Horticulture, Organic Gardening, Vegetarian Times

People, Music & Entertainment

  • Entertainment Weekly, People, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair

Political & Social Commentary

  • Atlantic Monthly, Mother Jones, National Review, Progressive


  • Astronomy, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Scientific American, Sky & Telescope


  • Backpacker, Bicycling, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Runner’s World, Ski, Sports Illustrated

Weekly News & Analysis

  • Economist, New Yorker, Newsweek, Time


We want to hear from you about what magazines should be featured on the Newsstand, so please send us your suggestions. In July 2010, we made two changes to the Newsstand based on patron requests, adding in People Magazine and Inc. What other magazines would you like to see added?

Don’t see what you’re looking for here? You can browse hundreds of other magazine titles in the EBSCO database.