A Happy Guide That Defies The Odds

With the rise of online media these days, it should not come as a shock that print media is falling by the wayside.  Newspapers, magazines and other printed media are having a tough time competing with this new digitalized way of living.  Even school books are being converted into small, pocket-sized gadgets such as eBooks and Kindles.  Don’t get the facts wrong though – there are still many printed outlets that are going strong and seem as if they will continue on that way.  Even with this new wave of technology, there are still those people who enjoy feeling the pages of a book or newspaper between their fingers.  There is a lot to be said for being able to sit down with your cup of coffee on a Sunday morning and having the paper in your hands to read.  It’s just not the same feeling when you’re sitting in front of a computer. 

Aside from all your major publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, The LA Times, People Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar Magazine and many others, there are those few other newspapers, magazines and city guides that strike peoples fancy.  Falling into this group is The Happy Herald.  This Palm Beach newspaper in southern Florida is up to date with all the current celebrity gossip, sports news, community information and incorporates fun past times such as videos and an entertainment calendar.  They try to cover all bases so that everyone can enjoy this happy news publication.

Happy Herald is a great tool to use if you are just moving into the area or are taking a long vacation in southern Florida.  They update you on all the best places to dine, dance and drink – giving you information to see how much everything is and when everything is open until.  The Happy Herald has everything you could ask for when it comes to a community guide and their informative content is helpful and exact.  It is no wonder now that they are one of the few printed media outlets still running strong.

It is crucial that we keep the printed media is business, so the next time you are in the southern Florida area or you have the means to pick up one of these Happy Herald guides, by all means, do so and support the printed media community.