Alcock and Brown Fly Atlantic OceanOld News is one of the three periodicals to which I subscribe. It's formatted as a newspaper (typically 12 pages), with short articles from history - from ancient times to WWII. Pictures (all black & white) accompany most articles - photos when available; etchings, woodcuts, paintings otherwise.
Jack Johnson Wins Championship Fight
Lord Grey Reforms British Government
Apple-Tree Grower Inspires FolkloreA Camping Trip with Johnny Appleseed
Published bimonthly (which in this context means every other month).
Subscription? $17/year (six issues); $33/2 yrs (12 issues).
Old NewsNow you know.
3 W. Brandt Blvd
Landisville, PA 17538-9964
p.s. disambiguation: "bimonthly" in American English can mean either
twice a month.The easiest disambiguation I've discovered is to adopt the British "fortnightly" for "twice-a-month", and to use "bimonthly" to mean "every-other-month"... Tho' "fortnightly" really means every fourteen days, which isn't the same as "twice a month".
Nevertheless, as stated, it's the cleanest disambiguation I've discovered.
Any other suggestions?