There are so many gossip magazines on the newsstand. What’s the difference? Which should you buy or, heavens, subscribe to? Well, the New York Post, queen of the tabloids breaks it down for you.US Weekly, which has won some Magazine of the Year award, is packed with lots of photos and is a good choice for subway/airplane reading. I cancelled my subscription when I discovered…In Touch has more in terms of gossip and speculation. However, as the NY Post article says, it’s “low budget fluff,” pointing out that in the current issue, “two stars share the cover, and in typical In Touch fashion, they interview neither one.” For a while I was subscribing to both In Touch and…Star, which is what I’m currently subscribing to, is the best trashy magazine because, as my boss Sheril says, “they get everything first.” They also have Victoria Gotti as a gossip columnist, which may or may not be a good thing.People manages to cover celebrity gossip and feel-good stories about normal people who have overcome adversity. My mother has subscribed to it for years but I still don’t care for it. I don’t need all the human interest angle- I want 100% trash!Life & Style is a new offering from the publisher of In Touch in order to compete with Star, US and InStyle. I haven’t seen it yet so I’ll tell you what the New York Post said. “Modeled after the slicker InStyle and US…, the new offering falls short, despite its crisp and uncluttered pages.”Still can’t make up your mind? They all pretty much have the same dirt and the same photos, and even similar features. For example, all three have a “fashion police” feature, photos of stars behaving like you and me, in and out lists, and a wrapup of similar styles stars are wearing. Of course, it’s also a matter of taste. I happen to find US Weekly’s punny fashion disses funnier but you may prefer Star’s Goumba Johnny and Angela Lagreca’s insults.What do you prefer?