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 $8, you get a one-year subscription (eight issues) to Hampton Roads Magazine (a $19.95 value), which serves the Hampton Roads region from Virginia Beach to Williamsburg.
Hampton Roads Magazine illuminates the local trends, noteworthy businesses, and intriguing personalities of the Norfolk-Virginia Beach dominion. The all-encompassing dining guide spotlights both the avant-garde eateries and the traditional tastes of the region, while the publication's regular departments dish valuable info on upcoming community events and nearby locales where you can spend a weekend away from former child stars. Hampton Roads' detail-oriented scribes delve deep for the magazine's features, which have recently inspected the debate over what to do with Suffolk's Obici House, highlighted the area's best physicians for kids, and highlighted the area's best physicians who are kids.
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Coastal Virginia Magazine
Although national events tend to dominate the media landscape, local news sources keep people plugged in to their communities. With a purview that covers the goings-on of Williamsburg to Virginia Beach, Coastal Virginia Magazine gives invaluable insight into local happenings, weighing in on neighborhood schools and area doctors or spreading the word about upcoming film festivals and theater performances. Regular restaurant features profile intriguing culinary personalities or divulge a simple recipe from one of the local chefs. Once a year, the magazine solicits readers to vote on the region's most iconic businesses in more than 120 different categories, publishing the public's choices for best burger, best travel agency, and best bookstore built entirely from copies of War and Peace.