Between the covers of all vintage magazine collections, there lies historical perspective, fond memories, and old pieces of squished lunch meat turned to jerky. Start a meat-curing collection with the help of today's Groupon: for $14, you get a two-year subscription to both Richmond magazine (24 issues) and R-Home magazine (12 issues) (a $26 total value). Current subscribers can use this deal to add two years to their subscription.
Richmond magazine illuminates the River City's most intriguing dining, entertainment, shopping, and travel options. Join other Richmondites as you peruse the dining section in search of the best Mediterranean restaurant downtown. Or check out the arts and entertainment section for news on upcoming concerts, gallery openings, theatrical performances, and back-alley dance-offs. Each issue offers an exciting cover story—the October issue of Richmond, for instance, explored autumnal escapes within the Richmond area, while the September issue took a look at and a listen to the city’s local music scene.
This deal also includes 12 issues of the magazine's sister publication, R-Home, which features local homes, condos, and treeless treehouses, offering tips on construction, restoration, and how to turn your stolen piece of Stonehenge into a TV stand. The September/October issue of R-Home captured Richmond’s renovated homes in its glossy grip, while past editions have covered how to get the most out of small spaces and the importance of non-Garfield art in the home. Stay in the know with page-turning fingertips, word-devouring eyeballs, and copies of Richmond and R-Home.
Richmond magazine's pages are filled with intriguing people profiles, in-depth reporting on the region’s most pressing issues, and reviews of the latest dining, entertainment, and travel options. For readers, Richmond is like the in-the-know neighbor you wished lived next door.
Richmond magazine is also noted for signature issues such as Top Docs, Best & Worst, and the Complete Sourcebook. The Top Docs issue acknowledges physicians whom other physicians recommend, and the Best & Worst issue reveals reader survey results in more than 250 categories. The magazine’s dining team also helps readers get the most out of the region with features such as the "25 Best Restaurants in Richmond". Online readers peruse blogs such as The Hat, which details the latest artistic and cultural events, and The Current, which follows the community’s political and educational issues.