English Department finds sweet spot for Guilty Pleasures course

Aaron Boyle CONTRIBUTOR Most students groan once they enroll in classes and take a peek at what books will be read throughout the semester. One class is...

OPINION: “Think About It” training modules poorly execute a necessary resource

By Maria Nevada PHOTO EDITOR with sourcing by Kamrin Baker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Content warning: sexual violence Consent is no laughing matter. As a sexual assault survivor, I know this. But...

B&G Tasty Foods celebrates 66 years of service and community upon closing

Kamrin Baker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF B&G Tasty Foods, located in Beverly Hills Plaza on 79th and Dodge Streets, is closing after 66 years of business. Owner Eddie Morin—and...

“One Man, Two Guvnors” Brings Laughs and Audience Participation to the Omaha Community Playhouse

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR Servants, masters, and lovers–these are the three categories all the characters in “One Man, Two Guvnors” can fall into. The play is based...

UNO Theater’s head of design and production brings innovation to the stage

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR The theatre has been a staple for outstanding productions and high expectations at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) since its...

An Old Market staple Jackson Street Booksellers has a sprawling history

Claire Redinger CONTRIBUTOR One day in 1986, Carl Ashford walked into a bookstore in Berkley, California, and was hired. “That’s how it started,” Ashford said. On another day...

UNO Chorus members shine in “Mozart’s The Magic Flute”

Morgan Harms CONTRIBUTOR They sing, they act, they dance. The chorus members of the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s (UNO) opera “Mozart’s The Magic Flute” are...

“Avengers: Endgame,” A-

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR Jeff Turner is a Runner at the Alamo Drafthouse at Midtown. Special thanks to the Alamo for screening “Avengers: Endgame” for Jeff in...