For 35 years, Minnesotans over 50 have turned to Good Age for coverage of subjects that matter to them most.
Readers can rely on Good Age for information on how to enhance and embrace the best years of their lives — the good age.
Our magazines are FREE at 1,000 metro-area racks, and are delivered to various libraries, community centers, grocery stores, coffee shops and local businesses.
You can also have our glossy magazine mailed to your home by calling 612-436-4388 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re a locally owned, family-run business, part of Minnesota Premier Publications, which also publishes Minnesota Parent magazine, the Southwest Journal (serving southwest Minneapolis) and The Journal, serving downtown and Northeast Minneapolis.
Sarah Jackson / Editor
I grew up in South Dakota and graduated from MSU-Moorhead with a mass communications degree after running the college paper and writing feature stories (and typing obituaries) for The Forum in Fargo. After living and studying in the U.K. for a year, I returned to the U.S. to work as a reporter, feature writer, blogger and page designer at newspapers in Duluth, Minn.; and Olympia and Everett, Washington. After living in the Seattle area for 12 years, I moved to the Twin Cities and entered the world of magazines with Gardening How-To (deceased). I came to Minnesota Good Age in 2014. I live in Minnetonka (not on Lake Minnetonka) and love gardening, eating out, trying to learn tennis and, most of all, spending time with my son.
Valerie Moe / Creative Director
I grew up in Mankato, moved to the Twin Cities in 2001 for college, and then never left. While attending The Art Institutes International Minnesota, I worked at TGI Friday’s — which is where I met my wonderful husband. Now we live in Bloomington with our three children and are enjoying life in the ‘burbs. We love being outside, whether it’s camping in the pop-up, playing at the park, biking around the neighborhood or taking a walk with the double stroller. You can read all about the handy products I’ve discovered while parenting (including some products that are for parenting multiples!) at mnparent.com/moe-mama.
Kaitlin Ungs / Graphic Designer
Kaitlin came to Minnesota Premier Publications from Iowa as an alumna of Iowa State University – she also runs her own freelance design company, A11 Design, named after the apartment she inhabited in Rome. She has a passion for travel, color, eating and getting 10,000 steps on her Fitbit daily. You can find her editing photos of loved ones (dogs included), illustrating social media shareables, laying out page content, and writing about children’s books. Outside of the office, she’ll be walking her dog, going to a gym class, exploring the cities, or eating everything in sight.
Ed Dykhuizen / Web Content Editor / Proofreader
Delaney Patterson / Client Services Administrator & Office Manager
I like that Minnesota Premier Publications places me at the heart of the Minneapolis community. Around the office, I play Jane-of-many-trades. Outside business hours, find me flowing through a Chaturanga, admiring Earth’s natural environment, or working up the motivation to try a new recipe.
Marlo Johnson / Distribution Manager
I lead a force of 60 carriers and drivers to ensure timely and accurate distribution of our publications. I was born and raised in Minneapolis and graduated from the University of Minnesota. I came to Minnesota Premier Publications after working with national newsstand magazines for a number of years.
Terry Gahan / Sales Manager & Co-Owner
I like the newspaper business. It’s fun working with business and community leaders who recognize our contribution to the community. I also enjoy spending time with my family, working out and playing music.
Janis Hall / Co-Owner
Terry and I started the Southwest Journal in 1990 in our basement, never dreaming that the business would grow to include four publications. We have a wonderful staff and we all pride ourselves on providing outstanding news and information coverage for our readers. As for me, I’m an old-house nut with the 1916 Arts & Crafts home to prove it. I share the house with husband Terry, two field spaniels named Django and Emmet, and large piles of reading material.