“Stranger Things” gets stranger in season two

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR On Oct. 27, just days before Halloween, the second season of the Netflix original series “Stranger Things” was released. For those who...

UNO Theatre presents…’A Moon for the Misbegotten’

What: UNO student-directed play

Where: Weber Fine Arts Building, Room 006

When: October 27-29, 7:30 p.m

Free to both students and general

public


Counter-strike respawning with modern shooter

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) released Aug. 21, is a reworking of Counter-Strike: Source (CSS).  The game is available on PC, Mac, XBOX, and PS3 via digital download for $15.


Love Fest in the Midwest coming to Bellevue

With over 20 bands, Love Fest in the Midwest is coming to the Bellevue Berry Farm.


Come On Down: Price is Right Live! Comes to Omaha Music Hall

A touring version of the long-standing television game show, the Price is Right Live! will be at the Omaha Music Hall on Oct. 8. 


64th annual Emmys another success

Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2012 Primetime Emmys on Sun., Sept. 23 live on ABC from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.  The late-night talk show host got some decent laughs in his opening monologue when he joked about and poked fun at Honey Boo Boo (as expected) and even talked politics.


Contest seeks original short works by Nebraska students

UNO's Department of Foreign Languages, Masters of Arts in Language Teaching and the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies has teamed up with the Nebraska Humanities council to offer a way for young Spanish writers to publish their work.


Shins drops new album after five-year break

Every so often an album comes along that's flawless from beginning to end.  Indie rock band from Albuquerque, N.M., The Shins have done just that with their latest album "Port of Morrow" released on March 20. This is the band's fourth studio album.