Shenandoah Living

Brent Finnegan -- July 18th, 2007

H’burg has a new free quarterly arts and entertainment magazine called Shenandoah Living.

I know at least half of the people involved with it, having worked with both editors (Jenkins and Mehling) when I was writing entertainment pieces for the DNR. It’s hard copy, but some of their stories and photographs are online (didn’t see any RSS, though).

4 Responses to “Shenandoah Living”

  1. Brad Jenkins says:

    Thanks for mentioning us on your blog. A quick clarification: We cover more than arts and entertainment: We have history, homes, gardens and people, too. So far, the response has been enthusiastic.

  2. cook says:

    champs saturday in broadway. does anyone here know the results of the swim meet? we left early and the cook kids want to know the outcome. thanks.

  3. Scott Rogers says:

    RSS is now available on ShenandoahMagazine.com (http://www.shenandoahmagazine.com/subscribe.php). Also, the above-referenced link to the stories should be corrected to be (http://www.shenandoahmagazine.com/start.php).

  4. finnegan says:

    If the news aggregator I have planned ever comes to fruition, I’m make sure to add that feed in as well.

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