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 $15, you get a two-year subscription to Bakersfield Magazine (a $42 value). In addition to receiving a new issue every two months (12 issues total), Groupon customers subscribing before September 24, 2010, will also receive this year's Bakersfield Business Conference syllabus. Once you've placed your order, you can expect to receive your first issue within eight weeks.
Whether you're a Bakersfield newbie or a native, Bakersfield Magazine is the one-stop read for all the goings-on in California's third-largest inland city. A staple of the city for more than 25 years, the magazine offers regular insights into the community's history, the best new food and wine finds, upcoming events, helpful hints for the home and garden, travel tips, and more. Current articles range from the annual Sizzlin' Singles feature, detailing 29 thermogenic local guys and girls, to the annual Dream Homes section, featuring a rundown on Bakersfield's equally sizzling neighborhoods along with the ins and outs of getting a home loan, among other useful information. With a subscription, you'll never again be at a loss for an answer during your neighborhood's weekly Bakersfield-themed trivia night and log throw.
Groupon customers that place their order for the magazine subscription before Sept. 24, 2010, will also receive this year's Bakersfield Business Conference syllabus, outlining and commemorating the anticipated October 9 event, featuring a bevy of local businesses and a star-studded lineup of special guests, including Sarah Palin, former Vice President Dick Cheney, Oscar winner Goldie Hawn, fake medicine woman Jane Seymour, and master of mimicry Rich Little.
Bakersfield Magazine is the one-stop read for all the goings-on in California's third-largest inland city. An area staple for more than 30 years, the magazine highlights the community's history, the best new food and wine finds, and helpful hints for the home and garden as well as travel tips.