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Armed with a wealth of information on its vibrant communities and an eye for the sophisticated, Westchester Magazine makes for an alluring adornment to area mailboxes. Westchester Magazine stuffs its subscribers' mind-matter with exploratory and celebratory reporting on upscale lifestyle in the region, including reports on crime and politics, looks at the most soothing spas, and profiles on local personages. Boasting an average monthly readership of 339,000, the magazine tempts many perusers to scan through best-of-the-best topics such as top doctors and places to dine while garnering ideas for shopping and nightlife. Issues additionally devote ample coverage to home and garden exposés, culminating in the annual Bestchester celebration where representatives of top establishments leap for joy higher than a basketball player leaps when pinched by a lobster.
Hudson Valley Magazine
Maybe before the mailman slid the January 2014 issue of Hudson Valley magazine into the mailbox he looked at the cover. If he did, he’d have seen a stack of pancakes highlighting the magazine's breakfast feature. Maybe he raised his eyebrows—intrigued—and checked around to see if he was being watched as he flipped to the story to explore.
For the last 40 years, each issue of Hudson Valley magazine has delved into the area’s newest restaurants, shops, entertainment, and travel destinations. The editorial staff prides itself on digging deep to find the most compelling content and creating polished, sophisticated copy on local trends and issues. Some months, articles might include a Best Of list to give readers a quick taste-making guide to the hottest spots. Other months, it might include a page-turning profile of a local actor, chef, architect, artist, or Sasquatch.
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