This newsletter by a San Francisco-based nonprofit support center is very good on content and length, and comes out regularly. It also has good standard information, including a nice disclaimer about use of subscriber data, at the end. And I particularly like the "food" theme -- they always include a recipe or area-restaurant suggestion at the end. It's a clever hook!

Criticisms: it needs more white space at the bottom (regarding how to subscribe, about the publisher, etc.) and the lines are way over 59 characters, which means many lines and borders come out "broken" when I receive this newsletter via e-mail (however, I've corrected that here, for easier reading).

 
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