What You'll Get
In addition to being a source of crucial information, magazines can also be fanned across a coffee table to conceal almond-butter stains or rolled into a handy bopping device to stun tarantulas. Get a steady supply of spider-boppers with today's Groupon: for $14, you get a two-year subscription (eight issues) to 1859 Oregon's Magazine (a $29.95 value).
Named for the year of Oregon's statehood, 1859 delves into the fertile history, intoxicating destinations, picturesque terrain, and fascinating individuals of America's 33rd state. The magazine acts as an intelligently scribed guide for all Oregonians as well as tourists and shipwrecked sea captains, littering its carefully crafted articles with information and discussion on Oregon's abundance of recreation, history, and innovation. Features have tackled serious subjects such as the state economy and alternative energy as well as leisure pursuits such as resort skiing and distracting both sides of the brain from pondering dangerous thoughts such as why the human body needs so many toes. With a two-year subscription, readers can stay up-to-date on all the people, places, and things that make Oregon one of America’s most dynamic states, rather than one of its most drab principalities.
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The Fine Print
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About _1859 Oregon’s Magazine_
Named for the year that the Beaver State achieved its statehood, 1859 Oregon’s Magazine highlights the best in local travel, cuisine, recreation, design, and art. Features might guide cyclists on craft-beer tour rides, bring fishing enthusiasts face to face with the nitty-gritty of crab catching, or help history buffs uncover hidden points of interest along supposedly dreary Highway 20. The publishers commit to sustainable practices while producing the quarterly: they recycle as much of their office waste as possible, highlight only local travel destinations to reduce readers’ fuel use, and print with inks harvested only from squids that enjoy being tickled.