Drastic Plastic: Still Underground

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR I remember a few years ago, I was out with my cousin and uncle in downtown Omaha. We went to a record store that...

The Omaha movie scene: A brief overview of some of the best theaters in...

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The movie scene in Omaha is underrated. I’ve always said this, especially when I was freelancing as a film critic....

UNO’s Criss Library celebrates Shakespeare’s work and productions through archival exhibit

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha recently opened a special exhibit, Inspired by Shakespeare’s Work: The 30th Anniversary of Nebraska Shakespeare, in the...

First autoerotic novel, Marcella, celebrates 40 years

Marcella, the first English book ever published that explored sexuality from taboo standpoints, will celebrate its 40th birthday this month with the release of a 40th anniversary limited edition of the classic version.


Online Exclusive: Omaha Fashion Week celebrates a decade of dazzling designs

Kamrin Baker CONTRIBUTOR Omaha, Nebraska is home to the number one zoo in the world, college baseball’s biggest tournament and the classic Runza sandwich. What residents...

Exploring the fiction of Patricia McCormick, crusading journalist and writer for young adults

National Book Award finalist Patricia McCormick discusses her work at the UNO Criss Library during an intimate reading of her latest novel, "Never Fall Down."


‘Men in Black III’ stays true to form, answers some questions

The duo is back and better than ever. After a wildly successful start in 1997 and a not-so-splendid sequel in 2002, many were wondering if "Men in Black III" would make the cut. 


‘You’re stuck in a metaphor’ with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are two of the most effortlessly funny people working today and in their new film, "The Trip," they prove why.