Drastic Plastic: Still Underground

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR I remember a few years ago, I was out with my cousin and uncle in downtown Omaha. We went to a record store that...

Ben Rector’s ‘Something Like This’ a new summer favorite

I first discovered Ben Rector when I did a random YouTube search for new and emerging music and artists.

The Pizza Shoppe Collective to host Toons & Brews

The Benson Theatre Project will be hosting a special Toons & Brews event on Feb. 22 at the Pizza Shoppe Collective in Benson.  
Toons & Brews will feature works by artist Jeff Koterba, beer tastings provided by New Belgium Brewing and food from The Pizza Shoppe.
The exhibit will open at 7pm, and Koterba will be giving a talk at 8pm.

Bar and Pubs to check out over St. Patrick’s Day

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday, which means that bars and pubs are going to be packed. Omaha has an impressive selection...

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. 

Lana Del Rey offers a different sound

Her name is Elizabeth Grant, better known by her stage name Lana Del Rey, and she's the latest American singer-songwriter taking the music scene by storm. Her debut album, "Born to Die," is set to release today.

Professor’s photography on display

University of Nebraska Omaha professor Christine Reed hosted a photography exhibit at the Healing Arts Center of Omaha in the Old Market, focused on the Pryor Mountain Range in Lovell, Wyo.

‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’ at the Omaha Community Playhouse

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR The Omaha Community Playhouse brought a piece of the Wild West back to town with its latest production “The Man Who Shot...