- Regional guide to the good life
- Get scoop on arts, dining, and local entertainment
- Quality reporting
About This Deal
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 deal. For $7, you get twelve issues (a $14 value) of 5280, a locally based guide to the good life.
5280, which is named after Denver's height above sea level, started with a survey asking residents of the Mile-High City what's most important about their city. They said the city is made of diverse people, places, and cisterns, so the budding magazine aimed to offer an equally eclectic array of articles while building a reputation for quality reporting and relevant features. Each issue sources the latest happenings in arts, dining, entertainment, fitness, and Denver history. The current issue has an article on innovative local workout regimens, not watching TV, and an iconic local dancer. From restaurant reviews to profiles of notable folks, the magazine's features can make any recluse more regionally-aware than the mayor.
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About "5280" Magazine
In 1993, the publishers of 5280 canvassed the Denver area with the intention of getting at the heart of what's important to its citizens. With its name honoring Denver's mile-high elevation (5,280 feet)—the name 63,360 inches was already taken—the magazine's editors and writers seek to represent their city with in-depth, honest, and exciting stories about local arts, entertainment, and dining. Each glossy, full-color issue comes loaded with restaurant reviews and profiles of locals making an impact on the region. With recurring stories such as "Top of the Town," "Top Doctors," and the annual restaurant guide, 5280 aims to guide locals and visitors to healthy, enriched lives.
Today, the magazine boasts a distribution of 85,000, making it one of Colorado's top-selling magazines. It was also named one of the five best city magazines in America by the City and Regional Magazine Association.