Wednesday, June 25, 2014
The Gazette welcomes Parade, the most widely read magazine in America, to its newspaper beginning Thursday, July 3.
Parade has been a staple in American households since 1941, bringing relevant and insightful coverage of popular A-list celebrities, health, food, investigative reporting and inspirational features to 59 million readers each week.
Its popular columns — including Walter Scott’s Personality Parade, Ask Marilyn, and Parade Picks — have become enduring favorites among readers.
Parade speaks to Americans on issues that entertain and inform them — posing questions, providing choices and offering solutions to empower and enrich their lives.
Parade’s annual franchise issues include the popular What People Earn salary survey, taking a peek into America’s pockets, the All-America High School teams, honoring top high school athletes in the nation, and What America Eats, which points to new trends, tastes, insights and shopping habits, shaping the way we talk about American food culture.
Several newer features include: Around the Table, Parade’s new, weekly food page, delivering new tips and culinary trends that readers are hungry for, and Kennections, where “Jeopardy!” champion Ken Jennings showcases his Kennections trivia game. Kennections features five questions, and the answers to each all have something in common. Figure out the “Kennection” and you’ve solved the puzzle.
Readers can always look forward to these features in Parade magazine:
• Ask Marilyn
• Parade Picks
• Personality Parade
• Stay Healthy
To get more of what people love in Parade magazine every day of the week, visit www.Parade.com for exclusive online content and interactive features.
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