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Is Domino Magazine poised to hit shelves again?Is Domino Magazine poised to hit shelves again?

Rumor: Domino Magazine Making a Comeback

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Remember Domino? The beautiful lifestyle mag with a strong focus on eco-friendly living? Waaayy back in January 2009, the whole thing folded in the wake of the economic nightmare that ripped gaping holes in nearly every industry.

The entire year was so awful, we even had enough content to put together a “10 Green Magazines And Websites That Perished In 2009” slideshow.

But wait – what’s this? Could Domino have some small flurry of life as a reborn print publication? According to Eco Stylist Danny Seo, there’s reason to hope.

“Domino magazine is coming back,” he recently posted on Facebook. “Just heard.”

When pressed for more details, Seo could only say that he heard it might become a quarterly mag “or something..”

Whether it’s true or not, we’re happy to see that the brand is still fresh in someone’s mind. Here’s to hoping 2012 signals some kind of new beginning for the big D. And please, make an iPad edition.

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