Picture a world of lesbians living in high-rise condos overlooking the James, noshing on your favorite pasta entree at Avenue 805, and vacationing on the coast of a Dutch island. Richmond, you can experience all of this once Outlife hits the presses. The glossy publication by the Richmond Media Group made its debut at Saturday’s Equality Virginia dinner with a prototype placed at each attendee’s seat.
Outlife not only features articles like the ones mentioned above, but also advertising from GLBT friendly businesses. The magazine plans to publish six issues per year and will be distributed for free around town, but subscriptions will be available for $12 annually.
A few weeks back, we reported that the Richmond Media Group launched a prototype of a gay lifestyle magazine, Outlife, at the Equality Virginia dinner. Richmond Media Group turns out to be a branch of Media General and Style Weekly reports that the people at the Times Dispatch subsidiary have pulled the plug on the [...]
April 21, 2009
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