Worcester Magazine

www.worcestermagazine.com
  • 72 Shrewsbury Street
  • Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
  • Phone: (508) 749-3166
  • Fax: (508) 749-3165
  • Circulation: 27,404 (as of March 2012)
  • Audited By: CVC
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Central Massachusetts
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
Voted Newspaper of the Year by the New England Press Association, Worcester Mag is the lone independent voice in New England's second-largest city. Its mix of investigative reporting, issue analysis, personality profiles and opinion makes Worcester Mag a must-read in Worcester and the surrounding region, which stretches from Central Massachusetts to the Boston suburbs. A classically-formatted alternative weekly newspaper (despite its name), Worcester Mag also features an award-winning A&E section containing dedicated music, culture and film/video pages, along with a comprehensive calendar. The only locally-owned major media property in the Worcester area, Worcester Mag's roots lie deep within the community. The paper is owned by the Holden Landmark Corporation, which also publishes baystate parent magazine and community newspapers, The Landmark, the Leominster Champion and the Millbury-Sutton Chronicle.
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Recent AAN Awards

1999 Feature Story, 3rd Place (Circulation Below 54000) by Doug Hanchett
1996 Feature Story, 2nd Place (Circulation Below 54000) by Walter Crockett
1996 Visual Feature, 3rd Place (Circulation Below 54000) by Patrick O'Connor

Demographics

Age

 18-34 (34.8%)
 35-54 (44.0%)
Gender

 F: 50.1%
 M: 49.9%
Education
Attended College:
80%

Graduated College:
62.80%
Occupation Professional/ Managerial:
65.60%

Median Household Income:
$57,280

Source: Research Data Inc., Autumn 1998

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Editor Brittany Durgin ---
Publisher Kathy Real ---

* email addresses available to members only

Recent Articles

Three ways to enjoy bobas

Throughout the past 10 years, American cities have witnessed the growth of the curious elixir, boba tea, also commonly called bubble tea or pearl milk tea, and Worcester is no stranger to this popular beverage. The drink typically combines a chilled, blended or iced Asian tea with chewy, pea-sized bubbles of a variety of flavors, from fruit flavors like mango, orange, or coconut, but most commonly tapioca.
Worcester Magazine  |  Mike Murray  |  10-23-2014  |  Food+Drink

GWAR Eternal: Fresh Wounds and Immortality

Gwar has identified the human citizens of Earth as an inferior species, and they will taunt us, thoroughly and intelligently, before ceremoniously devouring all of us alive.
Worcester Magazine  |  Cade Overton  |  10-09-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews
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