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What You'll Get
A robust collection of newspapers sends visitors a dual message: that you’re well read and that you have total confidence in the load-bearing properties of your coffee table. Stay in the know while vouching for your furniture with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get a six-month print and online subscription to Detroit Jewish News (a $39.50 value). This Groupon is only valid in Oakland and Washtenaw counties.
Since 1942, Detroit Jewish News has reported news, culture, food, and community happenings to local readers of Jewish faith. Subscribers will get home delivery of the weekly paper, as well as full access to the publication's web edition, a source for the latest noteworthy developments in Israel and the Detroit area. Detroit Jewish News fosters a space where members of the greater Jewish community can search for kosher dining destinations, volunteer opportunities, and mine message boards for tips on newspaper-boat construction.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate subscription 07/07/11, subscription expires 6 months from activation. New clients only and those who have not received home delivery in 30 days. Valid only for Oakland and Washtenaw counties. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About <i>Detroit Jewish News</i>
Since its first issue came off the presses in 1942, the Detroit Jewish News has garnered numerous awards—more than 100 in the last decade alone—for covering news and cultural events relevant to local Jewish readers. Along with the latest developments in Israel, the paper and its Web edition focus on Jewish news in the Detroit area. A calendar lists up-to-date info for nearby concerts, lectures, and film screenings, and a community directory keeps subscribers abreast of new restaurants and the next place your dad plans on hiding the matzo.