What You'll Get
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 $10, you get a one-year subscription, which includes six issues, to Nebraska Life magazine (a $21 value).
Headquartered in a downtown storefront office in Norfolk, Nebraska Life publishes bi-monthly journalistic chronicles, entertaining stories, and glossy photography that let more than 30,000 subscribers keep a finger on the state's pulse. An assortment of writers and expert shutter-snappers contribute reports and observations on Nebraska's residents, history, culture, food, and lifestyle from around the state. The November and December issue introduces readers to kid-friendly attractions and the rules regarding residency for imaginary friends within Nebraskan borders. The Final Husker Harvest is a lore-soaked narrative that ushers the team into a new age of athleticism, and other articles grant peeks into the world of archaic laws and the resurgence of fox hunting.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Not valid until 11/19/11. Must activate by 11/1/12, subscription expires 1 year from activation date. New clients only. Shipping address required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About _Nebraska Life_ Magazine
From their storefront offices in downtown Norfolk, the independent staffers at Nebraska Life Magazine compile bimonthly issues exploring the history and culture of the Cornhusker State. Penned entirely by in-state writers, articles run the gamut from features such as 2005’s “Murder in the Sandhills”—an investigation of the 70-year-old cold case murders of a Boone County sheriff and constable—to an annual guide to Nebraska's higher education. Writers also entice with coverage of sightseeing hot spots, exploring lush local wineries, Grand Island’s resident ghosts, and the quiet beauty of the Platte River and its whispering fish.