- Steppin' Out (magazine)
"Steppin' Out" is a weekly entertainment industry-oriented magazine published by
Chaunce Haydenthat bills itself as "New York and New Jersey's #1 Entertainment Magazine". [ [http://www.so-mag.com/steppinoutmag/steppinouthome.html Steppin' Out's online home page] ] The main feature of each issue is its cover feature, an interview of a celebrity by Hayden. 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 150,000. [ [http://www.so-mag.com/steppinoutmag/steppinoutadvertise.html Steppin’ Out’s online advertisement page] ]
The magazine has been mentioned numerous times on "
The Howard Stern Show", as Hayden was a frequent guest on the terrestrial version of Stern's K-Rock program. [ [http://www.orbitcast.com/archives/chaunce-hayden-gets-death-threats-for-criticizing-stern.html "Chaunce Hayden gets "death threats" for criticizing Stern"; January 30, 2006.] ]
The magazine maintains an online presence at steppinoutmagazine.com, where web surfers can download the entire contents of the current issue in
December 8, 1999issue. [ [http://www.so-mag.com/12_22_99/archive_index.html The December 8, 1999 issue of "Steppin' Out", in the magazine’s online archives.] ]
Chaunce Hayden Hayden is a celebrity journalist who, according "Steppin' Out"'s website, has interviewed over 2,000 celebrities. In addition to the magazine, he had a talk show at eyada.com, and has been featured on the
E!channel, "Extra", " Geraldo", " Inside Edition" and " Entertainment Tonight".
Krys Longan Longan is a
New York Universityjournalism school graduate who dispenses fashion advice in the magazine's Fashion Forward column. She also interviews celebrities, and writes about travel, restaurants, fitness, and films.
Mike Morse Morse is a
stand-up comedianwho contributes as a comedy writer to the magazine. He has appeared on MTV, VH-1, Comedy Central, E!, was a winner on ABC's long-running series, " America's Funniest People", and appeared in the Wayans Brothersfilm " White Chicks".
Dan Lorenzo Lorenzo is a guitarist who began at "Steppin' Out" in ad sales, and now contributes as a writer.
Alan Tecchio Having covered the New York/New Jersey bar scene for over ten years, Tecchio, a motorcycle riding instructor at
Fairleigh Dickinson Universityin Teaneck, New Jersey, writes the magazine's weekly motorcycle column, "The Ride Stuff" from March to December. He focuses on snowsports in the winter with the "SnoNation" column. He also covers the bar scene in the “Barfly” feature. [ [http://www.so-mag.com/steppinoutmag/onlinemag/042507/pages/p056.html Steppin’ Out’s online “Barfly” page.] ]
Jamye Waxman Waxman is a radio sex educator who writes the advice column "Sex Ed" for "
Playgirl" magazine, and contributes the "Hot Wax" sex and relationship column for "Steppin' Out". She has also been a producer on "The Joan Rivers Show", the " Alan Colmes Show", and the Metro TV show " Naked New York". She is currently working on her Masters Degreein sex education at Pennsylvania's Widener University, and serves as President of Feminists for Free Expression.
Sonya Hay Hay is a wine
connoisseurand journalist who began in the New York City restaurant circuit after spending time in the Lombardyregion of Italy, and who now writes for "Steppin' Out".
Larry Collins Collins began "Steppin' Out" magazine with his wife Pamela in his parents' basement in 1988. [ [http://www.so-mag.com/steppinoutmag/steppinoutpersonas.html Steppin’ Out’s Personnel Page] ]
Jackie MartlingMartling, who is known as "The Joke Man", is a comedian best known as a former cast member of the "Howard Stern Show", who contributed the “Jackie’s Jokeland” feature to the magazine. He now has a website of the same name. [ [http://www.jokeland.com/ http://www.jokeland.com/] ]
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* [http://www.chauncehayden.com/ Chaunce Hayden's Official Site]
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