Worcester Magazine

  • 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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Walking in Worcester

The laws say pedestrians have the right of way. Reality tells us it is not always so black and white when it comes to cars versus humans on the streets. Some will tell you pedestrians bear as much responsibility as motorists when it comes to preventing the potentially tragic collision of metal and flesh. Drivers will, too, like the woman at a recent area crime watch meeting in Worcester who accused some pedestrians of purposely crossing the streets at a snail's pace.
Worcester Magazine  |  Walter Bird Jr.  |  12-19-2014  |  Transportation

Play That Back

The history, rise and current trends of the EDM scene and a close look at musicians and followers of the music in Worcester, Massachusetts. The story also explores whether or not accusations of the scene and drug use go hand in hand.
Worcester Magazine  |  Joshua Lyford  |  12-12-2014  |  Music
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