Confessions of a late night martyr

When Conan O'Brien left "The Tonight Show" he closed out his final show by giving a heartfelt speech about how cynicism won't get you anywhere in this world.


Streep shines in ‘The Iron Lady’

There are many films about famous people, from 1995's "Truman," to 2011's "The King's Speech." Famous people are often fodder for our film imaginations. This latest biopic is no different.


Individualism in music leads to loss in culture

By Zane Fletcher, Culture Editor I once watched a documentary on one of my favorite bands, and one of the most important punk rock bands...

UNO student finds passion in the Omaha art community

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Sports do not often coincide with art, but UNO accounting student Erin Foley makes the pairing look effortless and elegant. Foley is...

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.


‘Green Room’ review: The kind of film that gets you excited about movies

Jeff Turner ONLINE REPORTER Green Room is a masterpiece, it has the sort of rawness and vision that is meant to announce the arrival of a...

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Eddie Money to headline Memorial Park concert Friday

Beep. Beep. Honk. Honk. University of Nebraska at Omaha, get ready. The "Bank of the West Celebrates America" concert is Friday night at Memorial Park...

Game of Thrones “Beyond the Wall” and the endgame

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Beyond the Wall” has all the makings of a great episode of “Game of Thrones.” It’s a major battle and a lot of...