‘Frankenweenie’ takes canine love to the next level

What lengths will we go to keep our favorite pets by our sides forever? Treat them with pet anti-aging serums or invent "Live forever" pet food. As much as we adore our four-legged companions, with heavy hearts, we are bound to let them go once nature comes knocking. Tell that to Victor played by Charlie Tahan, who audaciously defies death and resuscitates his beloved canine by harnessing the power of science in Tim Burton's lastest film"Frankenweenie." 


Good Old War, a coming together of melody, enchanting folk tunes and Indie rock

If you love Omaha's warm, loving musical scene, prepare yourself for a truly out-of-this-world Indie rock concert experience by Philadelphia-based indie band Good Old War. Made up of the trio Keith Goodwin, Daniel Schwartz, and Tim Arnold, the band is scheduled to play Omaha's Sokol Auditorium along with NeedtoBreathe and Matthew Mayfield on Oct. 24. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster. 


Williams shines as Marilyn Monroe

"My Week with Marilyn" is based on the 1956 writings of Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne), a 23-year-old Oxford graduate who determinedly made his way into the film industry as third assistant director on the set of "The Prince and the Showgirl."


UNO Brass Ensemble’s semester concert showcases students’ learning

The UNO Brass Ensemble concert on Tuesday, Nov. 6 brought a variety of deep brass and jazz sounds to the Strauss Performing Arts Center's Recital Hall. The evening included performances by the Low Down Brass Ensemble (trombones and tubas) and the Trumpet Ensemble.


Fashion Feature:

The Gateway Fashion Correspondent Jake Thacker sat down with Lindsay Lee, to discuss her personal style. 


UNO to host first annual Style Proud fashion show

Jessica Hill had no idea she could stay in Omaha to receive a fashion degree.


Opera Outdoors:

Opera Omaha took their stage outdoors at Midtown Crossing's Turner Park. The performance showcased selections from its upcoming season.


Steel Magnolias, hilarious and heart wrenching

On Friday, April 15, "Steel Magnolias" opened at the Omaha Community Playhouse.