Oklahoma Today Magazine
Since first getting inked in 1956, Oklahoma Today has chronicled the social, cultural, geographical, and Okie-ological goings-on of the 46th state to enter the union. A [two-year subscription] (http://www.oklahomatoday.com/site/subscriptions/newsubscription.aspx) to the magazine, published through the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, plugs you into Oklahoma through six bi-monthly issues—12 issues in total over the course of two years—full of incisive articles, colorful photographs, and apolitical reporting. The current issue, for example, features the sprawling landscape of Osage County, the Greenleaf State Park campsites, a bed and breakfast in Talihina, and the music scene in Tahlequah. Past issues have highlighted vacation getaways, Oklahoma-born musicians such as Vince Gill and Garth Brooks, and some of the state's best restaurants. Oklahoma Today is also the founder of the Oklahoman of the Year award and was the publisher of the acclaimed Official Record of the Oklahoma City Bombing.