‘The Lion King’ is simply amazing

Breathtaking. Must-see. Marvelous. Amazing. There are countless words to describe the Broadway musical, "The Lion King."
 


Museum exhibit brings costumes to Durham worn by Hollywood’s finest

The Durham Western Heritage Museum is currently hosting "Cut! Costume and the Cinema," an exhibit featuring costumes worn by more than 30 actors in 27 different films.


For sport and transportation, their miles are being logged

UNO Bikes! is competing in the Get Up & Ride National Bike Challenge. The challenge started on May 1 and runs through August 31.


Andy Grammer coming to UNO

He is everything you might expect a true California boy to be: calm, funny, sincere and oozing "cool." Los Angeles born and New York raised, 29-year-old Andy Grammer has catapulted to fame through his cheeky melodies and highly relatable lyrics, but he is more that just another rising musician.


The Crop hosts Faculty Reading Series for the spring semester

The University of Nebraska Omaha's student writing organization, The Crop, is hosting a series of events this semester known as the Faculty Reading Series. The series features professors from UNO who read and perform their own works throughout the spring semester. The events are Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. in the Milo Bail Student Center Dodge Room.


Tour Odyssey stops at the Slowdown

On Wednesday, March 6, Tour Odyssey will make a stop at the Slowdown.  The tour will be featuring the Dirty Heads, Shiny Toy Guns, Midi Matilda and Oh No Fiasco.


The Growlers play the Slowdown to promote new album

It's hard for a band to draw a crowd on a Tuesday night in the metro area, especially one that's not well known here. However, the Growlers brought in a sizeable crowd to the Slowdown on Feb. 5 and provided everyone a rambunctious time.


UNO students organize fundraiser for Siena Francis House

More than 100 people attended the Siena Francis House Benefit Concert sponsered by UNO's Service Learning Program, partnered with the Waiting Room and 1% Productions on April 11 at 8 p.m., bringing in more than $700 for the shelter.