Posner concert peters out

Maverick Productions brought Mike Posner and the Brain Trust to Sokol Auditorium on Thursday to perform in front of an estimated crowd of 1,000 people. Posner's performance was electric, set by opener PJ Simas.

“Sister Act” at Omaha Community Playhouse: Two UNO students take up lead roles

Will Patterson ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR “Sister Act” is the musical comedy based on the 1992 film by the same name and is currently performing at...

2013 VMA Recap: Awards, performance, dissing and twerking

The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards was one for the record books. The event had people talking about the performances, the fashion and of course, the surprises.  It seemed to be an "anything goes" type of evening. Miley Cyrus's performance, Taylor Swift dissing Harry Styles and 'NSYNC reunited were the talk of the night, as well as those who won a VMA Moonman.

Evan Wecksell entertains UNO with comedic songs

With guitar in hand, comedic musician Evan Wecksell performed to an enthusiastic crowd Oct. 24 in the Nebraska room at the Milo Bail Student Center.

Wecksell has appeared on VH1's "I Love the 70s: Volume 2," "I Love the 80s: 3-D" and "I Love Toys." He has also been an extra on the successful TV show "Glee." Wecksell has released both live and studio albums, "LOL" and "Live at the Bitter End."

World domination from Pro Era’s ringleader Joey Bada$$ album debut

By Taleisha Newbill, Contributor One of the most highly-anticipated albums in 2014 was finally released on his birthday, Jan.20. B4.DA.$$ pronounced as “before da money,” shows progression from his two...

The vibrant tradition of Benson First Friday

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“Westworld” intrigues in pilot episode

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Deriving from the creative mind of the late Michael Crichton, HBO’s newest series, “Westworld” (2016), marries niche genres of science fiction and westerns...

“Silver Linings Playbook” is a must see

A recurring theme in the film "Silver Linings Playbook" is that one incident can change a lifetime.
 The film's dialogue is fast, sharp and full of wit. The roles of Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro bring the story to life.  The director, David O. Russell, gives brilliant insight to the struggles of mental illness that makes the story relatable and unique today.