The staff of Toro magazine have posted its last issue online for all to see, stripped of most ads. At the time of the announced closure of Toro, it was said that the magazine's March issue would not be distributed. Well, a way was found, and we are grateful for the opportunity to see what might have been...
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
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