Omaha Community Playhouse provides opportunity & entertainment

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR An important part of starting or returning to college is finding activities to get involved with, and something to do during free time. The Omaha Community Playhouse fills...

New murder mystery “Big Little Lies” intrigues, with a few bumpy patches

Jeff Turner HBO’s latest miniseries features a murder, where several upper class-wealthy California mothers are supposedly involved. The director of the first episode is Jean...

Benson & The Old Market: Omaha’s crown jewels

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR A lot is said about Seattle, a lot about New York, a lot about Denver, Portland, LA, Oakland, Boston, but...

Students share creative writing at Legends comic book store

By Derek Munyon Arts & Entertainment Editor Hidden in the brick-walled depths of Legends Comics and Coffee, with Magic and Dungeons and Dragons posters on the...

Benson Theatre on the rise

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR Local theaters used to be big; especially in Omaha. Not all that long ago, there was the Dundee Theatre which balanced old...

KANEKO remains a valuable resource

Marissa Wiese CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha teamed up with KANEKO to create a resource rich place for students to study in the Old...

The Omaha Jitterbugs bring back swing dance

Will Patterson ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The Omaha Jitterbugs is a non-profit organization that is bringing back swing dancing. Through classes, workshops and a weekly dance...

Local artist follows her passion– and her students– into the world of watercolors

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER “Miss Mason, you’re the best art teacher in the world.” Julia Mason; an art teacher at Indian Hill Elementary School, Beals Elementary...