CHA Member, DRG announced the launch of its new GoodOldDaysStories.com website. A nostalgic website created from first-hand accounts of its readers dating back to the 1920’s. While it isn’t filled with technological bells and whistles, the site captures stories that unless recorded will be lost forever. It reminded me of my grandparents journals with an intimate look into the detailed lives of the writers. See the press release below.
New website offers stories from Good Old Days
DRG, publisher of Good Old Days magazine, has launched a nostalgia website with first-hand stories from its readers.
GoodOldDaysStories.com includes accounts from the 1920s through the 1950s and beyond. The site provides access to stories in both audio and written format, as well as sheet music from “the good old days” and a newsletter from the creators of Good Old Days.
The content at the Good Old Days Stories site is available at no charge — offered by the publishers of Good Old Days magazine.
The magazine was DRG’s first nostalgia product and is now in its fifth decade of publication. With a circulation of more than 250,000, it is DRG’s top-selling magazine, joined by a variety of print and online material, including a sister magazine, Looking Back, and several books.
Readers can learn more about Good Old Days publications and can sign up for the Good Old Days e-newsletter at the magazine website at GoodOldDaysMagazine.com, or they can access free nostalgic stories from the new Good Old Days Stories website.