Magazines & Newspapers

Magazines and Newspapers

The Magazine and newspaper sections are located in the far southwest corner of the building. Lee-Whedon has more than 100 magazines; magazines can be borrowed for 2 weeks. We subscribe to 5 newspapers which are for in-house use.

Adult magazines
American Patchwork & Quilting  Family Fun Petersen’s Hunting
Antiques  Family Handyman Popular Science
Architectural Digest Family Tree Prevention
Atlantic Monthly Field & Stream Reader’s Digest
Better Homes & Gardens Fine Homebuilding Reader’s Digest Large Print
Birds & Blooms (585) Real Simple
Bon Appetit Garden Gate Redbook
The Civil War Monitor Glamour Reminisce
Consumer’s Reports Good Housekeeping Scientific American
Cooking Light GRIT Shape
Country Living Health Simply Gluten Free
Country Garden HGTV Smithsonian
Country Woman Knitsimple Southern Living
Cuisine at Home The Magnolia Journal Taste of Home
Diabetes Self-Management Martha Stewart Taste of Home Simple & Delicious
Discover Men’s Health This Old House
Do It Yourself Mother Earth News Time
Eating Well New York Archives Vegetarian Journal
Elle Decor New Yorker Weight Watchers
Everyday with Rachael Ray Old House Journal Western New York Heritage
 Family Circle People World of Interiors

Children’s magazines

American Girl
Girl’s Life
LEGO Magazine
National Geographic Kids
Sports Illustrated for Kids

Young adult magazines

Beanz (Kids Code magazine)
MAD Magazine
Elle Magazine

Downloadable magazines

Use RBDigital, a free magazine reader. Once downloaded, the magazines are yours to keep forever. Download the RBDigital link from your tablet to get started.


The Batavia Daily News
The Buffalo News
The Democrat & Chronicle
The Lockport Union Sun & Journal
The USA Today
Your Hometown EXTRA

Back Issues

We keep back issues for up to one month for each paper. We also have microfilm of the Medina Register that dates back to the 1800’s. You can browse old Medina papers online, using the New York State Historic Newspapers site. We keep the current and previous year of most magazines.


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