When you combine photography and typography, you get magazines, but when you combine magazines with taco meat, you get messy. Keep your information intake clean with today's deal: for $7, you get a one-year subscription to Main Line Today magazine (a $15 value), which provides printed insights into the key people, places, and plot lines of Philadelphia's western suburbs. With 12 issues a year, this neighborly publication aims to inform readers and, at the same time, encourage them to explore their local landscape.
Whether slipped into a briefcase or splayed languorously across a coffee table, a single copy of Main Line Today satiates the mind with topics such as dining, home and garden guidance, neighborhood nuances, and more. Recent issues have run articles on the top dentists and indie bookstores in the area, relaxing weekend getaways within driving distance, and real-estate outlooks on various neighborhoods; older issues have included articles such as “Fire: What Is It?” and “Top Chirurgeons: Fynd the Beste Bloodletting in Thine Fiefdom.” Beyond serving up regular helpings of overall lifestyle advice, this Philadelphian periodical provides seasonal updates, event listings, and the annual Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs issue, which is a blanketing barometer of what's hot, what's not, and what's temperature-neutral yet still appealing.
Enhanced through digestible formatting and vibrant photography, Main Line Today magazine is handy for both a quick browse on the way to work or a long, leisurely read on the beach you built in your living room. Likewise, feel free to gift this Groupon to any culturally curious friends and family members.
This Groupon is valid for new subscribers only (or those who have not had a subscription in at least six months).
<i>Main Line Today</i> Magazine
Each month, the writers in Main Line Today magazine cover the individuals, issues, and attractions salient to the inhabitants of Philadelphia's western suburbs. Though it is composed mostly of features of the dining or home-and-garden variety, the regional lifestyle publication also branches out into articles on noteworthy local spa treatments and top doctors and specialists. Contributors additionally profile some of the Main Line's most newsworthy residents, one such person of interest being kineticist Bill McHugh, who spent four decades building an aluminum and steel amusement park for squirrels, birds, and humans who are really, really terrified of heights.