Smoke and heat loomed over an energetic crowd Friday night at Sokol Underground where Tech N9ne was set to take the stage for the first of his two-day concert series here in Omaha.
Hi there! Candi here. Alright, you got me, my name isn't really Candi. But behind this mysterious alias and accompanying silhouette, I'm one of you. I'm a student walking amongst you on the sidewalks, sitting next to you in class and beating you out of that parking spot. Nice to finally meet you!
I'm here to talk to you about the "L" word. You know what word I'm referring to. But first let's clarify that this is not an advice column (however if you'd like my not-so-expert advice anyway, feel free to tweet me- Candi_Dates_). This is an observation, discussion, inferential column regarding common woes of the dating world. We can figure this out together, people! Have an idea you'd like me to talk about? Let me know!
Greetings again, programmers, and welcome to week 2 of Hello World! Last week we learned a little about Python the programming language. We learned something about the print() function (more on functions later), variable assignment, and took a (very) brief look at a loop. Just as a reminder, in case you've forgotten or misplaced your copy of last week's lesson, here's what it looked like:
Omahans remember the old Nebraska Crossing shopping center located near Gretna. The much needed renovation is expected to be open November 15. The original shopping center was 190,000 square ft, the new one is 350,000 square ft.
On Nov. 12, campus was as desolate as any other quiet Saturday evening, but at the heart of it, in the Strauss Performing Arts building, five men, each old enough to be my grandfather, brought a ruckus livelier than any peak hour here in Maverickland.
The Facebook event page for "Take Cover," a Hear Nebraska fundraiser at the Zoo Bar in Lincoln, was bustling with anticipation leading up to the Sept. 16 concert. Those who either missed the sold out event or want to know what the big deal is, the event is to be replicated in Omaha next month.
On Jan. 22, UNO held a concert featuring a faculty trio named I, the Siren. The ensemble consists of Shelby VanNordstrand (vocals), Darci Gamerl (oboe) and Stacie Haneline (piano). The trio had an amazing chemistry and played the music to its fullest.