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December 10, 2005

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Ashton

Ray,

I used to subscribe to Omni when I was a kid. When did it finally quit publishing? I seem to remember I quit reading around 1984-1985, but I can't remember when if finally disapeared off newstands.

For all I now it could still be in circulation.

R.J. Lehmann

The print version ceased publishing in 1996, though it then tried to make a go of it as a Salon-style webzine. The Web site went bust two years later.

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