Just one of those things that might be dependent on culture (specifically, being southern): when I saw Time Out Chicago's books issue, my first thought was "why are they depicting a born-again baptism?"
If I accomplish anything in my career, I want to do away with the "generic model shot" magazine cover. Time Out falls into this trap periodically, but the worst local offender is Chicago. I fail to see how unrecognizable yet appropriately clad attractive people move magazines. Obviously, it's time for an illustrator riot.