Like international city guides such as Time Out in New York and London, flow magazine is Saskatoon's definitive city guide, with a greater focus on food+drink, fashion/design and events listings that consumers really want and need. The magazine is a free, full-colour monthly and will be available at better hotels and unique local businesses across Saskatoon. Circulation is 10,000.
More than any other publication available locally, flow provides user-friendly features and listings sections that help residents and visitors alike to get the most out of Saskatoon.
The launch party will be in The Common of The Two Twenty on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, from 6-8pm. Drinks, music and finger food will be provided.
Publisher and editor: Paul Miazga.
Born and raised in Saskatoon, Paul studied journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto and worked in media and finance from 2001-2011 in Kyiv, Ukraine. He is an avid traveller and media hound who looks to find unique tourism spots popular with locals in every place he visits.
Contributors: Sarah Bayley - a Saskatoon-based amateur designer and socialite; Devin Heroux - CBC Saskatchewan reporter and proud Roughrider fan; Charlie Peters - amateur actor, playwright and a member of the board at 25th Street Theatre; Ashley Wills - local radio content producer and cool hunter par excellence.
Designers: Danna Contreras Chapa - a specialist in graphic design and photography from Mexico City, Mexico; Zhanybek Nurgozhayev - an ad designer and amateur photographer from Almaty, Kazakhstan, whose previous work includes Time Out Almaty and one of his country's leading women's magazines.
Photographers: Paul Miazga; John Perret - one of the foremost photographers in Saskatoon and Saskatchewan; Bingrong Zhu - an amateur photographer and U of S engineering student from Shanghai, China.
FreshWest Media Ltd. (2012) is the company that publishes flow and is headquartered at The Two Twenty in the Riversdale District of Saskatoon Saskatchewan.
Its president is Paul Miazga.