Nexflix’s original series, “House of Cards,” doesn’t fold

If you think most critics are harsh, you don't know me.  Half the time, a preview is enough to keep me from seeing a movie, and most television shows don't keep me coming back.
So, trust me when I say this. Netflix's original series, "House of Cards," is truly a must-see.

’21 Jump Street’ a rare remake exception

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.

Adjunct Spotlight: Rabbi Aryeh Azriel

The Gateway is running an ongoing special feature on members of the University of Nebraska at Omaha adjunct staff. They are the underserved backbone...

Omaha Public Libraries celebrate National Women’s History Month

As Black History Month comes to an end, National Women's History Month is now upon us. This March, the National Women's History Project has chosen "Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics" as their annual national theme, which celebrates the lives of women across the nation whose lives have impacted the innovative field.
This year, the Omaha Public Library has some big plans to honor the remarkable women of our country.  Throughout March, selected libraries will be hosting a series of free events, exhibits and celebrations.

Madonna shows why she’s a living legend with new CD

Say what you want about Madonna, but when every pop star who follows you is compared to you, that says a lot. On her new album, "MDNA," Madonna shows why the original is always the best.

Icky Blossoms’ debut album killer


Icky Blossoms brought the dance party to Benson on July 3 at the Waiting Room as the crowd grooved and pulsated atop a glitter-coated floor to the bands dramatic, dark, electronic songs. 

Baghdad exhibit opens at UNO Art Gallery

A tragic suicide car bombing serves as the inspiration for the UNO art gallery's second exhibition of the semester. The Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here project features book and letterpress pieces as a response to the March 5, 2007 bombing of the book and cultural center in Baghdad, Iraq. It opened Oct. 6 and will close Nov. 3.