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Regional mag covers local culture, society & history from area style icons to outstanding high-school teachers

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Before magazines, townsfolk kept up with current events by gossiping with the milkmaid or tickling secrets out of the town crier. Stay informed easily with today's Groupon: for $7, you get a one-year subscription to Main Line Today magazine (a $14.97 value).

Each month, Main Line Today arrides readers with works on the culture, society, and history nestled in the surrounding Philadelphian hinterlands. Recent issues helped subscribers peek into the wardrobes of local Vogue-worthy vixens, learn about choice clothing boutiques and bygone style icons, or get into the sage-like heads of the area's most outstanding high-school teachers. The regional mag also updates bibliophiles on local success stories such as photographer David Sacks and filmmaker Jessica Pilkes, bestowing the public with the inspirational material needed to create great works of art or beat the world record for popping the most bubble wrap in one minute.

<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.

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Great magazine and am so glad I finally have a subscription.
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