A new parenting magazine is launched in Dayton, OH

Dayton Parent magazine coverDAYTON PARENT launched in September 2013 to help build a stronger family community in Dayton, OH.

The monthly aims to encourage education, provide support to parents, introduce new businesses and information, create a bond within families and keep them busy with an in-depth calendar of events. It covers Dayton’s people, communities, businesses, education, arts and entertainment.

The publisher is Indianapolis-based Midwest Parenting Publications and Susan Bryant, susan@cincinnatiparent.com, is editor-in-chief. The writer’s guidelines, editorial calendar and press release and product review guidelines are available on the website.

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The art of tailgating now has its own magazine

Tailgater magazine coverTAILGATER MONTHLY covers “the phenomenon where hundreds of thousands of men and women spend over a billion dollars each year on tailgating goods and supplies.”

The editorial offers just about anything that could possibly make this All-American event better, which includes how-to, tips and columns on products, recipes, destinations, drinks, organized tailgating clubs, and yes, apparel.

The circulation is 220,000 and in addition to subscriptions, the magazine is distributed at various events throughout the year, including key football matchups, motorsport races and cooking events.

The Editor-in-Chief is Lee Hurley, lhurley@tailgatermonthly.com, and Managing Editor is Beth Anthony, banthony@tailgatermonthly.com

Every town has a Broad Street, but only Richmond, VA has the magazine

Part of Broad Street magazine coverBROAD STREET is the name of a new semi-annual journal of creative non-fiction (“true stories”) from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.

The editors “hope to create an engaging platform where writing, poetry, and artwork can come together in one space to be enjoyed equally by members of the world of creative non-fiction and those who are new to this exciting form.”

Each issue has a theme, the first being “Dangerous Territory” and the next is “Hunt, Gather.”

While the magazine is national in scope, the name comes from Richmond’s own Broad Street. Issues can be found for free in Richmond and it will also be carried in a handful of independent bookstores in San Francisco and on the East Coast. Editor is Chad Luibl, luiblcm@vcu.edu and Editorial Assistant and Online Manager is Corinne Jeffries, jeffriescm@vcu.edu. Submissions are being taken online at http://broadstreetonline.org/submissions/

Huffington Post adds yet another section – this time for food

Huffington Post Food for Thought logoFood for Thought is a new section of Huffington Post in partnership with Chipotle, the restaurant chain that is marketing itself as emphasizing organic, locally-produced ingredients and meat from “naturally raised” animals. According to Arianna Huffington, the vertical will be “examining our attitudes toward food, asking where our food comes from and how it’s produced.” To be featured, please email foodforthought@huffingtonpost.com