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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 $13, you get a two-year subscription (24 issues) of Minnesota Monthly magazine (a $26.95 value).
Winner of the Minnesota Publishing Excellence Awards’ Magazine of the Year in 2010 and dozens of other awards, Minnesota Monthly informs 200,000 Twin Cities readers about the most intriguing Minnesota restaurants, travel locales, boutiques, and theater while covering social and political issues. Peruse the magazine’s extensive food section to find the state’s most delectable dishes, or browse the travel section to get insider info on potential day-trips, such as art-centric Fargo, North Dakota, and bike-friendly Lanesboro. The magazine frequently focuses on the state’s best doctors, so you’ll have an advantage the next time you look for a friendly dentist or an optometrist for Mr. Potato Head.
Minnesota Monthly has built a loyal readership over the past 42 years with an editorial voice that is equally authoritative, engaging and sprinkled with wit. A study by the Monroe Mendelsohn Research company found that 97 percent of Minnesota Monthly readers found the magazine “highly credible,” while only 12 percent of readers trusted Wisconsin’s Poppycock Journal.
- The lifestyle magazine reports on key issues such as politics, education and healthcare, and is also known as a resource for local entertainment, travel, arts and dining. Minnesota Monthly has been recognized with numerous editorial and design awards over the past 14 years, and prides itself on continuously striving for overall achievement. – Craig Gustafson, Minnesota Magazine & Publishing Association
The Fine Print
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