NUVO is the self-proclaimed alternative voice of Indy. Whether this is a tad indulgent or not, it is a true assessment. This independently owned and operated weekly Indianapolis newspaper basks in their status of non-affiliation. They proudly state that they root for the underdog, feeling as though they themselves are one. If this statement is true then this underdog has not so quietly become a major player when it comes to news and events in Indianapolis print media. Through the art of storytelling, the goal of the entire staff is to empower their readers to be open-minded, intelligent and innovative. With their clear-cut mission, NUVO has carved out a nice niche for themselves among Indianapolis newspapers and Indianapolis magazines.
There is no need to worry if your subscription to NUVO is about to expire because the publication is free. Found in countless stores, bars, restaurants and dispensers for newspapers in Indianapolis, you would be hard pressed not to stumble across the latest issue. While the cover page is always eye-catching, the editors and writing staff don’t rely on good looks alone to please its readers. Front to back, this newspaper is jam-packed with what’s new and what’s cool in Indianapolis.
Their Indianapolis music section covers concert previews and reviews and sometimes has a full length interview with local bands. In their CD review section, they detail what you can expect when listening to the latest release from both local artists and bands that have gone platinum time and time again. Covering all forms of entertainment, you need only pick up a copy of this Indy newspaper alternative voice to know what books, movies and TV shows are worth your time and money.
With so much going on in the cultural districts of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis art section will help you plan what you want to see and when you want to see it. NUVO’s weekly calendar of Indianapolis events and things to do in Indianapolis is just another benefit of perusing its pages. You’ll find interesting venues in trendy Indianapolis north at Broad Ripple Village and the fast-growing suburbs of Carmel, Indiana, Fishers and Noblesville, Indiana. A weekly recap of what’s making news in Indianapolis sports is always part of the paper’s content, often giving information to the reader a daily sports section can’t afford to cover.
With reviews of Indianapolis bars conducted when the party is at its height, NUVO tells you exactly what you can expect next time you and your friends go out. Restaurants in Indianapolis are critiqued and have their own section of the paper as well, so whatever cuisine you’re in the mood for, NUVO has a suggestion. NUVO gives its readers all the latest news and important Indianapolis local news with a younger, more alternative spin. With real opinions, good writing, and countless options of how to spend your free time, this weekly favorite among Indy newspapers will have you counting the hours until its next issue, along with the rest of the hip Indianapolis community.
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3951 N Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46208
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