Founded in 1989 and still trucking 25 years later, Weird N.J. magazine has added two more issues this year, in May and October.
If you think the name is weird, the official stance on subscriber demographics is even weirder:
There are no demographics to Weird NJ. We do not cater to anyone other than our readers, who unwittingly steer us in the next direction. We have no set plan as to where each new issue will take us, as the magazine has an open policy of presenting what you think is an odd occurrence, not just our own opinion. “Weird” is not a restricted term in our magazine. It is a celebrated adjective that everyone sees differently.