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Created in 1995 by Dominick Miserandino, TheCelebrityCafe.com boasts 4.8 million unique readers per month and is rated as one of the top three entertainment magazines by Google. The site is also rated in the top 5,000 US websites based on traffic in Alexa.  With a team of over 50 experienced writers, TheCelebrityCafe covers everything from celebrity news to travel and product reviews, sports, politics and more.  A frequent guest on radio and television shows, Dominick is one of the most widely traveled journalists in the country and is a board member of the Press Club of Long Island, a pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Dominick has received numerous awards from SPJ and recently received the 40 Business Leaders under 40 award.
Dominick expanded TheCelebrityCafe.com's coverage with the creation of ToTheCenter.com (news and politics), CDInsight.com (music), SAHMAnswers.com (lifestyles), TrekkerTime.com (travel) and Sportsrageous.com (sports).

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What is ZineWiki?

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ZineWiki is an open-source encyclopedia devoted to zines and independent media. It covers the history, production, distribution and culture of the small press. Feel free to add your project, contribute additional information to already existing pages, or to edit what’s already published. Subjects should be explained in terms of their relevance to zines and independent media.

ZineWiki was created by Alan Lastufka and Kate Sandler in June 2006.

ZineWiki's content is written collaboratively by many of its readers.

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