CONTENT MAGAZINE’S 4.4 “EDUCATION” ISSUE ON NEWSSTANDS OCTOBER 19
Magazine Celebrating One Year After Successful Kickstarter Campaign;
Featuring Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser, SJ Bike Party, SJ Earthquake Shea Salinas, and more
One year after running a successful Kickstarter campaign to launch the magazine, Content Magazine’s fifth printed issue is hitting the newsstands on October 19 and is packed with quality interviews, features, and photography that San Jose has come to expect from the publication.
In Issue 4.4, readers can enjoy interviews with Vincent Kartheiser from AMC’s Mad Men, Shea Salinas of the San Jose Earthquakes, and Matthew Rodriguez, owner of Pops Fabrication, a San Jose custom bike shop. The issue also includes stories on San Jose Bike Party, Opera San Jose’s founder and opera singer Irene Dalis, and a food shopping guide featuring locally sourced and produced treats.
As with every new issue, Content Magazine will hold a Pick Up Party for subscribers to collect the latest issue. Issue 4.4’s Pick Up Party will be held at the San Jose Museum of Art on October 18 and is open to current subscribers as well as anyone interested in buying the latest copy, meeting the staff behind Content Magazine, or meeting the people featured in this issue.
Content Magazine can be found at Zanotto’s in Willow Glen, Saint Clair Newsstand, La Lune Sucree, The Usuals, Satori Tea Company, Art Boutiki, and the San Pedro Square Market Gift Shop. Content Magazine can also be downloaded in electronic form from their website. Annual subscriptions are $42; email email@example.com to subscribe.
Content Magazine is a bi-monthly publication devoted to the creative and innovative culture of San Jose. Started by fashion photographer Daniel Garcia in 2008, the magazine strives to showcase and promote individuals and businesses that are making San Jose a dynamic and vibrant place to live and play.
For more information about Content Magazine, Issue 4.4, or to schedule an interview with Daniel Garcia, please email Flora Moreno de Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Flora at 408.643.9975.