The last time I checked, ukuleles were not a common ingredient in today's pop music culture. Several musicians made a strong case for the tiny stringed instrument during the Nebraska Pop Music Festival show last Friday night.
I'm sure half the people in attendance at the advanced screening of "21 Jump Street" either weren't alive for or barely old enough to remember the show generally regarded as Johnny Depp's breakout role.
Opera Omaha took their stage outdoors at Midtown Crossing's Turner Park. The performance showcased selections from its upcoming season.
This summer, a great political leader will be murdered by his close associates, and a war of retribution will break out. A prisoner shall be slated for execution, and the world will go mad as four men, as two pairs of doppelgangers, are sent on the ride of their lives. And you'll get to see it all for free. This is Shakespeare on the Green, which will run from June 21 to July 8 at Elmwood Park.
One of the greatest music documentaries of the year comes to Omaha for a limited theater release this month. "Re:Generation Music Project," follows five DJs as "they remix, recreate and re-imagine five traditional styles of music." The first showing of the film was Feb. 16, but those who missed it can catch the final showing on Thursday, Feb 23.
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