Glassheart

In the land of fairytale chimera, characters in the stage production of University of Nebraska at Omaha's "Glassheart" are not always as they appear. 


Kit French of Parachute talks of what’s to come

On the road to Nashville, Kit French of the band Parachute took time to talk about the spring tour with Andy Grammer, new music and more.


UNO’s Chamber Orchestra gives brilliant performance

UNO's Chamber Orchestra may very well be the university's best-kept secret. During its concert on Feb. 22 in the Strauss Performing Arts Center Recital Hall, that secret was revealed to more than 40 members in the audience who witnessed the small ensemble's extraordinary talent.


Skate rink with a reason

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR This winter, Omaha’s Midtown neighborhood will add an activity to its ever-growing list of community events. On Dec. 2, the Rooftop Rink at...

Shakespeare on the Green to present ‘Julius Caesar,’ ‘The Comedy of Errors’

 

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.


Journey tribute band to play free rock concert at Loessfest tonight

Loessfest continues with a free 7 p.m. music concert Thursday featuring Recaptured: A Tribute to Journey at the Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park in...

Benson First Friday will celebrate women in art

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Those seeking to get a taste of Omaha’s art underground and meet local artists must check out Benson First Fridays. The monthly event, set on the first...

Playhouse’s “Stupid F*ing Bird” is a sad f*ing comedy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LId9UkUmQQ By Adam Abou-Nasr CONTRIBUTOR Days after World Mental Health Day, the comedy “Stupid F*king Bird” opened at the Omaha Community Playhouse. Almost ironically, all seven characters...