Between the covers of all vintage magazine collections, there lies historical perspective, fond memories, and old pieces of squished lunchmeat turned to jerky. Start a meat-curing collection with the help of today's Groupon: for $6, you get a one-year subscription to Birmingham magazine (a $12 value). This deal gets you 13 issues (including an annual city guide) and may be used to add an additional year to an existing subscription.
Get your page-turning finger licked and ready for an editorial exploration of Birmingham's culture, food, people, places, dwellings, businesses, and more. Birmingham magazine delves deep into the city scene on a monthly basis to share the best things to see, eat, and experience with locals and Birmingham buffs abroad. In addition to being saturated with high-end ink, the pages are rich with information that will make you an informed party guest and a better Birmingham magazine trivia contestant. To get a feel for the fiber-copy to come, browse the magazine's online content, including a look at a Crestline Village family's folk art collection; the tale of three local eateries; and some helpful hints about buying a house in today's economy.
Whether you're a Birmingham native or just babysitting, today's subscription will put you in the know on every worthwhile event in the Magic City. Rather than trying to control your future (and limiting your dining) by ordering meal after meal of Chinese food, inspire your activities by soaking up the details of local happenings as curated by the happening peeps at Birmingham magazine. They also provide a calendar of upcoming entertainment and events, ensuring that you'll have something to do when you're done reading.
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Since 1961, Birmingham magazine has celebrated the community it’s named for with stories about local food, style, health, and arts tucked within its glossy pages. The lifestyle magazine's staff strives to fill each monthly issue with the city's important places, people, and issues, capturing local culture and offering a guidebook to Birmingham's best. As they flip through the pages of the magazine, which was redesigned in 2012, readers might find stories of local volunteers helping their communities or scoops on local breweries.