Raleigh, NC, May 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Search your favorite area bookstore, library, coffee shop, restaurant or day spa this week, and you’ll spot the summer 2008 issue of Weiss & Hughes Publishing Inc.’s Wake Living magazine. This issue’s Special Section delves into the latest and greatest happenings in Western Wake County, including residential and commercial updates within the popular towns of Apex, Cary, Holly Springs, and Morrisville.
Wake Living’s Around Town section features articles on the small town of Angier, part of which recently was added to Wake County’s repertoire; and the Wake County Treasure of Fuquay Mineral Spring in Fuquay-Varina, which once was believed to have special healing powers. This issue’s Hometown Stories section focuses on head football coach Tom O’Brien, a commanding presence who’s leading the charge for change at N.C. State University.
This issue’s Beauty & Style section covers sizzling beach fashion with a focus on bold colors and geometric shapes, while Wake Living’s new Going Green section highlights the sustainable town of Saxapahaw.
Get the scoop on Red, Hot & Blue’s new location on Hillsborough Street in Culinary Corner, while new food columnist Tara Davis of The Studious Chef dishes up fun summer recipes.
Now that they distribute 40,000 copies of Wake Living quarterly and feature an easy-to-use Web site and blog, they’re more accessible than ever. Check them out online at www.wakeliving.com.
About Weiss & Hughes Publishing Inc.: Weiss & Hughes Publishing Inc. is located at 189 Wind Chime Court, Suite 104, in Raleigh and can be contacted at (919) 870-1722. In addition to Wake Living magazine (www.wakeliving.com), a lifestyle publication serving Wake County with a total annual distribution of 160,000, the company also publishes Fifteen501 magazine (www.fifteen501), a lifestyle publication serving Durham, Orange, and Chatham counties with a total annual distribution of 120,000; and Luxury Homes of the Triangle magazine (www.triangleluxuryhomes.com), a showcase publication of luxury homes, estates, and vacation property throughout the Carolinas with a total annual distribution of 140,000.