Without newspapers and magazines, people are forced to get their news from the Town Crier—an unreliable source because he is frequently also the Village Idiot and the Township Riddlemaster. Stick to trustworthy conduits of information with today's Groupon. For $9, you get a one-year subscription to Jacksonville magazine (an $18.95 value). This offer is only valid for new subscribers.
Jacksonville magazine is the only monthly magazine focused on the city of Jacksonville and its vibrant cultural and community calendar. A one-year subscription to the publication gets readers 12 issues of Jacksonville magazine, which, in recent months, has covered the best of Jacksonville's restaurants in 2010, the city's singles scene, and a sporting event that should absolutely under no circumstances be referred to as the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. Monthly issues contain information on nonprofit organizations and charity events in the area for readers looking to add another notch to their benefaction belt. The one-year subscription also delivers Jacksonville magazine's supplementary publications to readers. Nuptial newcomers can tap into the resource of Bride, printed twice a year and offering tips on regional wedding vendors and ideas for the big day, while gingerbread architects may clear room on their toffee table for Home and Taste.
Whether you're a recent arrival to the First Coast or a longtime 904-er hoping to reacquaint yourself with the city's top 25 restaurants, this Groupon is a game-changing way to discover Jacksonville's many hullabaloos, shindigs, and goings-on.
Jacksonville Magazine informs the population of Florida's largest city with five publications that cover a wide gamut of content, including local news, economic issues, notable restaurants, wedding planning, and influential residents. The flagship magazine arrives monthly to enlighten subscribers about the happenings in their city; recent features include an assessment of the care provided at local hospitals, an evaluation of local schools, and a guide to local lounges for those who enjoy late-night revelry or reviewing different barstools. The bimonthly 904 magazine keeps readers abreast of the region's continued economic growth, the business moguls driving the city, as well as topics including personal finance, business travel, and networking.
Home magazine grants readers a glossy-paged window into the city's best examples of interior design, gardening, and other domestic exploits. Each annual edition of Taste amasses menus from more than 250 local restaurants, and installments of Bride boast bountiful information on cake makers, honeymoon destinations, and safety tips for hosting nuptials inside erupting volcanoes.