Raleigh, NC, February 14, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Weiss & Hughes Publishing’s spring 2008 issue of Fifteen501 magazine will arrive at local distribution sites this week. The spring issue covers the many ways we can incorporate healthier lifestyles, from acupuncture and chiropractic to massage therapy, as well as the link between our diets and cancer. Also check out features on permanent makeup and getting legs ready for spring.
Fifteen501’s popular Around Town section features an update on Durham’s Central Park district, which is undergoing an extensive renovation; the wildlife at Carnivore Preservation Trust, a sanctuary for endangered large cats, kinkajous, servals, ocelots and binturongs that also provides up-close-and-personal tours; the region’s many outdoor trails; and Golden Belt’s mixed-use artist community.
This issue’s Hometown Stories section highlights the accomplishments of Nnenna Freelon, a six-time Grammy-nominated artist who makes her home in Durham. The inspiring story of this jazz vocalist, who devotes much of her time to teaching about the power of music, is a must-read.
Other stories covered in the spring issue include “From Farm to Table,” a story on area chefs who are working with local farmers to offer the freshest – and often organic – ingredients; “What’s Old is New Again,” an article on making the most of the interiors you already have; and “Going Green,” a feature on steps you can take to have an environmentally friendly landscape.
This summer, Fifteen501 will launch a new section on environmentalism and sustainability. Watch for it in the next issue.
Now that they distribute 30,000 copies of Fifteen501 quarterly and feature an easy-to-use Web site and blog, they’re more accessible than ever. Check them out online at www.fifteen501.com.
About Weiss & Hughes Publishing: Weiss & Hughes Publishing is located at 189 Wind Chime Court, Suite 104, Raleigh, N.C. 27615, and can be contacted at (919) 870-1722. In addition to Fifteen501 magazine (www.fifteen501.com), a lifestyle publication serving Durham, Orange, and Chatham counties with a total annual distribution of 120,000, the company also publishes Wake Living, a lifestyle publication serving Wake County with a total annual distribution of 160,000; and Luxury Homes of the Triangle magazine (www.luxuryhomesofthetriangle.net), a showcase publication of luxury homes, estates, and vacation property throughout the Carolinas with a total annual distribution of 140,000.