I don't read magazines often, but when I do, I prefer The New Yorker.
That's a load of rubbish, of course ... not about the New Yorker, which I really do quite like, but the first part. I spend a fortune on magazines, and even though I let a subscription here or there lapse, and I have piles of magazines to recycle to other readers, I keep reading them.
This is a great little piece in The New Yorker's Talk of the Town section about the face of Dos Equis's long-running Most Interesting Man in the World campaign. (You know, "The police often question him, just because they find him interesting.")
His name is Jonathan Goldsmith, and while sharks may not dedicate a week to him, he has had quite a life of his own. Check it out.
Meanwhile, a list of things about that other guy .. in a clip reel for Dos Equis.