200 weeks of Time Out

Look back at every single cover of the award-winning Time Out Dubai magazine

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Time out Dubai’s award-winning covers are an essential part of life in Dubai.

Every week thousands of residents and tourists make a grab for the new look magazine to get an idea about the best things to do in the city.

To celebrate 200 weeks of being a weekly magazine we look back at every single cover in our archive.

Click here to see the 2005 gallery: It all started on August 25 2005. Our Spice Odyssey was a landmark issue and saw TV listings added to the magazine for the first time. Plus look back on the Black Eyed Peas visit, Gordon Ramsay’s spell as a guest editor and much more.

Click here to see the 2006 gallery: We celebrated our 5th birthday in 2006. That was also the year we were there to bring you the lowdown on the Rugby 7s, top sandwiches, independent shopping and much more.

Click here to see the 2007 gallery: Frankie Dettori, Shakira, Frank Lampard, Pink, Kanye West – this was the year of celebrity in Dubai. Time Out was there every week to give you the highlights. Check out the gallery and you’ll be surprised by how many covers you remember.

Click here to see the 2008 gallery: King Kong, a giant heart and a departed Heath Ledger helped make up an iconic year of Time Out Dubai covers. We loved making every single issue and are happy to look back on the gallery.

Click here to see the 2009 gallery: We’re almost halfway through the year and already we’ve given you more brunch tips, Metro news, Dubai insight and fun suggestions than ever before. Take a look back at the last few months of Time Out Dubai covers.

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