$12 for a One-Year, 12-Issue Subscription to “Indianapolis Monthly” ($24 Value)

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$12 for a One-Year, 12-Issue Subscription to Indianapolis Monthly ($24 Value)

Indianapolis Monthly is a magazine with its pages in every pot. Spirited analysis of political trends and Indianapolis events pair with intrepid photography and tongue-in-cheek graphics, which helps sharpen readers’ minds while entertaining their eyes and completely boring their belly buttons. With an emphasis on quality journalism, the monthly tome helps readers make sense of current events by covering the latest stories and trends, often via in-depth storytelling that connects readers to the communities around them. Beyond this collection of informational and narrative features, the magazine helps its readers make the best of their city with a fleet of timely dining and event reviews, such as street-art installations and a list of the “50 Things Every Hoosier Must Do.”

Los Angeles Magazine

Since 1961, the award-winning Los Angeles magazine’s pack of newshounds have enlightened readers with in-depth features about regional culture, food, and, when read backwards by candlelight, its future. The Explore L.A. section keeps out-and-about folks in the loop about the city’s hotspots, and dining reviews enumerate tasty spots for a date or night on the town. After digesting long-form articles and zippy writeups, readers can also turn toward annual lists such as Top Shops and the Best of the City awards, which point readers toward the best places for everything from fixing up the home to revamping a hairdo.

In a Nutshell

Spirited coverage of politics, local cultural events, and narrative features mingle with distinctive photos and graphics

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