Netherfriends tours all 50 states, writes song about Omaha

Shawn Rosenblatt, 25, is a "one man band from the future." He calls his band Netherfriends, inspired by a play on words of the country the Netherlands.


War a fascinating topic for students

War is a terrible part of the human experience. During my lifetime there have been U.S. military operations in Honduras, Panama, Somalia, Liberia, Serbia, Bosnia and Libya. This list is brief and doesn't even include the current War on Terror or Operation Desert Storm, but the point is that war as an institution has been a part of all of our realities in one way or another for our entire lives.


Top Emmy Nominees are Drama and Fantasy Picks

 

Student Natalie McGovern talks Emmy nominees and provides predictions to one of the most celebrated nights in the television industry.


Assassins, a dark carnival, revelation of history

Hit the Prez. Win a prize. The last production of "Assassins" Saturday evening invited the audience in with the revels of faded glory, a wooden plank stage and carnival-esque scenery.


A new school year brings new trends

Try out fall's most wanted trends as you prepare for another busy school year. Hours spent at the library never looked so stylish.
 


UNO professor examines unexposed culture

"They are very underrepresented and misunderstood," Dr. Bridget Blomfield says when speaking about the Shi'a women that she writes about.    


Maha Festival a Success

The Maha Music festival, an all-day music showcase designed to display Omaha's rich creative culture, took place this year on a breezy, overcast day that provided a much needed break from the heat. The crowd grew to over 4,000 and as the day progressed, it became obvious that showcasing diversity is exactly what Maha does.


Motion City Soundtrack returns to Metro, plays downtown Slowdown

Fans lined up outside the Slowdown Sunday, Oct. 14 for the much anticipated return of Motion City Soundtrack to the Metro.