This weekend, the UNO Theatre Department brought not only their acting talent to stage, but their musical and lighting talents as well. "Twelfth Night", directed by Cindy Melby Phaneuf, is the department's last major production of the 2010-11 season.
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
The Collective Unconscious—a student-run theatre in Omaha—held their second production, "The Maids," July 27 through 30 and Aug. 4 through 6. The one-act play was performed at UNO's Weber Fine Arts Building, beginning at 7:30 pm on the scheduled dates. General admission was $8, and one dollar from each ticket sold was donated to the Nebraska Chapter of the ACLU, as the Collective Unconscious is a non-profit organization.
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.
War is a terrible part of the human experience. During my lifetime there have been U.S. military operations in Honduras, Panama, Somalia, Liberia, Serbia, Bosnia and Libya. This list is brief and doesn't even include the current War on Terror or Operation Desert Storm, but the point is that war as an institution has been a part of all of our realities in one way or another for our entire lives.
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.
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According to e-importz.com, American coffee drinkers consume an average of 3.1 cups of java per day. No doubt that statistic holds true, as coffee shops continue to appear everywhere, catering to people's daily caffeine needs.
It's safe to say Starbucks has been a pinnacle player in fueling the coffee craze. Over 40 years ago, the company began their trek of coffee world domination when the first Starbucks opened in Seattle's historic Pike Place Market, according to the company's website.