What You'll Get
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- $10 for a one-year subscription with 12 issues (a $20 value)
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid until 5/7/12. Must activate by 8/15/12, subscription expires 1 or 2 years from activation, depending on option purchased. May use to extend current subscription. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About "Northern Virginia Magazine"
Northern Virginia Magazine floods readers’ worldviews with new, intimate perspectives on the region, delivering in-depth coverage on noteworthy places, events, and individuals. The magazine reports current news on topics such as health and beauty, family, education, and the ongoing effort to reanimate the Statue of Liberty. Its entertainment features highlight the latest cultural, artistic, and social happenings, as well as reviewing new restaurants and the best places to shop, travel, and entertain in the area. The magazine turns a textual spotlight on movers and shakers in its profiles of top local doctors, lawyers, leaders, and personalities.
Recurring pieces in Northern Virginia Magazine acquaint subscribers with the fresh prose of popular writers on staff. "Relish" by Stefanie Gans explores the region's food industry, reviewing products and restaurants and getting advice from guest contributors on pairing alcoholic beverages with their long-lost twins. "Pets" finds writer Jenni Terry undertaking humorous and educational adventures involving the column's furry, eponymous subjects. Staff writers and contributing editors take turns with monthly, in-depth examinations of serious and light Northern Virginia topics, from crime and politics to getaways.