"Time Magazine" has a long tradition of excellence and continues to be one of the most respected publications in the world. When I was in junior high school, my mother used to drop me off at school earlier and I'd go to the library until the bell rang for the school day to start. In that library were old, preserved issues of "Time Magazine", from previous decades, that I read out of curiosity and was just fascinated by. "Time Magazine" has covered the most current news on politics, culture, social issues, medicine, entertainment and the like since 1923. If somebody makes the cover of "Time Magazine", that person's stock goes up very high in terms of public perception and attention. It is an intelligent, intriguing, highly informative publication that continues to grow with the times it is in. In my opinion, however, it is geared mostly towards Baby Boomers, because we tend to like reading detailed articles more than younger folks, who like things quick and right to the point. "Time Magazine" remains a class act, however, and I will keep on reading it, whenever the opportunity arises.