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  • Monthly magazine subscription
  • Comprehensive dining coverage
  • 48th annual festival
  • 181 artists selling their work
  • Wine garden and events

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Expires Jun 20th, 2010. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate subscription before 6/20/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Well known for its shining plumage and 300 dpi wingspan, the glossy-bird sheds its own regenerating feathers to create millions of magazines every day. Illuminate your eyebuds with today's Groupon: for $18, you get a one-year subscription ($19) to Milwaukee Magazine and two adult general-admission single-day tickets ($24) to the Milwaukee Art Museum's 2010 Lakefront Festival of Arts, located on the museum's grounds, a $43 total value.

Use your one-year subscription to Milwaukee Magazine to keep up on events such as the Lakefront Festival of Arts; get the inside scoop on the best businesses and more; enjoy comprehensive dining coverage with listings, deals, reviews, and restaurant picks; and read columns by local contributors. Each monthly issue lets you in on the latest politics, gossip, developments, city hotspots, and current events, such as the recent NASA mission to tether the moon to Mars.

The 48th annual Lakefront Festival of Arts, which runs from Friday, June 18, to Sunday, June 20, is put on by the Friends of Art, volunteers who toil thanklessly in pursuit of cultural and artistic celebrations. This year's upcoming festival was featured on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Art City blog in a preview of June art events. With 181 artists displaying wares from across the artistic spectrum, there's no need to bring your own paintings of cats riding horses. Get there early on the first day if you're interested in finding a great piece to add panache to your home, and while you're there, have a chat with the piece's creator. If browsing the art is just a bonus on top of the wine garden, sculptural exhibits, and live entertainment, check the full schedule to plan your festival attack. Thanks to the PNC Children's Experience, there are things to keep kids occupied, with jugglers, mimes, and magicians roaming free on Saturday and Sunday, as well as child-centric musical performances on all three days. Check out the official program to view the myriad of attractions this year.

Milwaukee Magazine

The writers at Milwaukee Magazine mine cultural gems and scoop political stories each month to reflect the city's lifestyle and current events in 12 glossy issues. Subscribers join a community of over 250,000 readers readers, who vicariously interview local personalities and innovators and explore Milwaukee's boutiques and underwater speakeasies through the magazine's pages. Feature stories spotlight local gustatory delights, profile local businesses, and unpack economic issues, while arts and leisure articles hone cultural literacy and personal style.

Readertainment is aggregated annually in the City Guide and the Best of Milwaukee, a roundup that clearly distinguishes the lakefront's elite establishments. In addition to printed matter, Milwaukee Magazine is published online, where an event calendar and a blog roll herald potential trades for the Milwaukee Brewers, dispatches from the pressroom, and discoveries of fossilized bobby socks excavated from the Happy Days set.


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    “I love the magazine and think it's now a must have living in Milwaukee. However, as a piece of feedback, I think Milw Mag could do a better job with graphic design with some of their main stories - like the summer happenings issue. Sometimes the graphics are hard to follow, and it seems like there are clearer ways to communicate. It feels like they are trying to be cool for the sake of being cool and missing the boat on clearly communicating what they intended.”

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