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When I received an email this Sunday morning with the subject line "Grapevine," I became excited, thinking the NJBIZ staffer who sent it was submitting an item for our weekly column. Granted, the staffer is in Iceland but you never know where a Grapevine item will be found because New Jersey newsmakers—and the reporters who chronicle them—get around.

Instead, it was a photo of the current issue of "The Reykjavik Grapevine," a free magazine in English covering "everything Iceland-related, with a special focus on news-related events, human interest stories, music, culture and events," according to the "about us" section of its website. It has a circulation of 25,000.

But does it cover the NJBIZ Grapevine staples of LCAPP, PSEG and Tom Considine?
But does it cover the NJBIZ Grapevine staples of LCAPP, PSEG and Tom Considine?

As always, the NJBIZ version of Grapevine will publish Monday.

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Grapevine: the Icelandic version

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When I received an email this Sunday morning with the subject line "Grapevine," I became excited, thinking the NJBIZ staffer who sent it was submitting an item for our weekly column. Granted, the staffer is in Iceland but you never know where a Grapevine item will be found because New Jersey newsmakers—and the reporters who chronicle them—get around.

Instead, it was a photo of the current issue of "The Reykjavik Grapevine," a free magazine in English covering "everything Iceland-related, with a special focus on news-related events, human interest stories, music, culture and events," according to the "about us" section of its website. It has a circulation of 25,000.

But does it cover the NJBIZ Grapevine staples of LCAPP, PSEG and Tom Considine?
But does it cover the NJBIZ Grapevine staples of LCAPP, PSEG and Tom Considine?

As always, the NJBIZ version of Grapevine will publish Monday.

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