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Best Life Magazine Finds a Second Life as a Digital Brand

From Metropolitan Home to Newsweek, we've seen a number of shuttered magazine titles revived (at least in some form) over the past couple of years. Now Best Life, the luxury men's service magazine, is getting a second life online—and with its original launch editor at the helm, no less. Best Life made its original debut back in 2004, a higher-end extension of Rodale's Men's Health, which was led by the company's star editor Dave Zinczenko.
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