• 805 Living

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    805 Living remains the high-end regional lifestyle magazine for California’s Central Coast. Our authentic, uplifting content illuminates the people, style, arts, and culture of the area, while also informing readers about health, travel, and philanthropy. And, of course, we whet everyone’s appetite with the best local coverage of the food, wine, beer, and spirits that distinguish each of our unique communities.

    Our print and digital editions reach the most affluent readers of western Los Angeles (including Malibu, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Agoura Hills), Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties. For what to do in-between the issues, more than 45,000 followers regularly turn to our social media channels to keep up an ongoing conversation of local happenings; and our e-newsletter, “The Insider,” reaches more than 7,000 recipients monthly. The 805living.com website offers additional content including a calendar of events, searchable dining guide, advertiser resource guide, nonprofit event coverage, and more. Our 805 Living Eats podcast highlights foodies in the region.

    A complimentary digital version of each issue of 805 Living is viewable online. It’s smartphone and tablet compatible.

    Established in 2004.
    Circulation: 32,000
    Estimated Readership: 210.000
    Organically grown social media number and newsletter recipients as of 10/31/2019.

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