Magazines and Newspapers
Art News: Leading art periodical.
Asimov's Science Fiction: Major publication of short stories in the science fiction genre, open to subscriptions and part of the Library collection.
The Atlantic: American Magazine that covers politics, world news and has a strong arts' section, the newest issue is available in the periodicals' section.
Current History: Source on analysis of political trends in the world.
Detroit Free Press: Major newspaper of Detroit, good place for area news.
Downbeat Magazine: Leading Jazz publication, current issue can be found in the periodical's section, arrives monthly.
The Economist: Magazine with a focus on world news, great resource for getting an understanding of what's happening in the world.
Harper's: One of the oldest magazines in the United States, full of longform pieces and thoughtful critique of the country.
Infrotrac Newsstand: Database containing newspaper archives from 1980 to the present.
J-14: The online version of the popular celebrity magazine.
Make: A magazine for the creator and hacker in you. Find out new ideas and possibilities for projects.
Mental Floss: A great resource for puzzles, quizzes and ways to stretch your mind.
Michigan Sportsman: Local magazine that's focused on hunting and fishing, good read beside outdoor classes.
National Geographic: Scientific magazine with blogs that are updated daily covering all areas of science.
The New Republic: Politic magazine that concentrates on the United States, the articles tend to deal with difficult topics.
Newsweek: News magazine that covers a variety of topics, not always the most in-depth search but articles present good overviews.
New Yorker: Focus on thoughtful takes on events, issues tend to present a theme, number of good blogs on the site including Photo Booth with photographs of major artists. Always has new short fiction and poetry.
The New York Times: Newspaper of note and we have access to their archive which is helpful for historical research and covers 1985 to the present.
Rookie Mag: A magazine created by a teenager for other teenager girls, only available online.
Scientific American: Major publication of what's going on in the scientific world, great resource for understanding what's being studied and why.
Smithsonian Magazine: Connected to the Smithsonian Institution, full of articles on history, archaeology with a focus on American history.
Sports Illustrated: Sports magazine with informative articles and up to date information on teams.
Time: Magazine that's famous for its pictures and thoughtful coverage.
Vanity Fair: Focus on culture and at times celebrity, known for their photo spreads.
Wired: Foremost magazine about technology.