Tuesday, October 2, 2007

New Print in Town

You can add one more source to the dozens of options – including the City Weekly’s quarterly glossy guides – that Omahans have when it comes to getting news on restaurants and bars. A new glossy magazine titled “Food & Spirits” hit the streets recently. The publication, available for free around town, looks to be a quarterly, with the debut issue Fall 2007. Find the mag online at OmahaFoodAndSpirits.com.

Meanwhile, another new magazine (this one on newsprint) that focuses on literature and arts launched over the summer in Omaha called “Silent City.” The magazine, created by City Weekly freelance writer Matt Goodlett, also is a quarterly publication. The next one is due out any time and is also available for free at various locations in Omaha (the Old Market is your best bet). Find it online at SilentCityMag.com.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads up Jim. Both of these look interesting and I look forward to getting copies.

Anonymous said...

Read the Silent City post. This is great for the lovers of literature and the arts scene! Thanks for pointing this out Jim.

Anonymous said...

Who gives a shit about this crap.

Brian said...

@ 4:39 PM...

Put the bottle down and back away from the computer.

Seriously - it's a freeking media web site. Magazines = form of media. Get it?

Based on the two posters above yours, apparently there are some who DO "give a shit".

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to the reviews of the Thrifty Nickle & Wheels 4 You and all the apartment mags out on those free racks!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey smartass @ 11:43 AM - what's a "nickle"? Does Speak & Spell have a web site you can visit?

Anonymous said...

Hopefully food and spirits uses quality paper to light my fireplace with.

Anonymous said...

It's also great for doggy do-do.

Anonymous said...

nickle
/ni'kl/ ["nickel", common name for the US 5-cent coin]

Always happy to teach a child a new word!!! Put down the PlayStation & pick up a book occasionally.

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