Staying Live: 2021 brings hope of concerts to come

Claire Redinger DIGITAL EDITOR Don’t quit your daydream, or your day job – and then, maybe, you’ll make it. When COVID-19 began its global headline tour last...

Hindsight to Foresight: Maha’s vision for the safe return of live events in 2021

Makayla Roumph A&E EDITOR Live events may have felt like a distant memory in the year of 2020, but event organizers at festivals such as the...

The musical ensemble in the time of Corona

Jackson Piercy CONTRIBUTOR It’s been a trying year. A cataclysm of all the pretenses of Murphy's law laid to waste on all of our lives, affecting...

Artists @ Home: An introvert’s dream to think, work and write songs

Makayla Roumph A&E EDITOR The COVID-19 pandemic has been a tragedy for many, but an opportunity to some. Local songwriter and musician Sophie Clark is one...

Polka Power!: A look into one of the hottest young polka bands in the...

Jackson Piercy CONTRIBUTOR It’s almost cliche at this point—the story of a bunch of scrappy youngsters finding their way to the top by way of playing...

Taylor Swift changes her tone and delivers a strong indie-folk album with “Folklore”

Robert Slater CONTRIBUTOR Taylor Swift is known throughout the pop world for her upbeat songs that uplift spirits and get people through rough breakups. Swift had a...

Will the show go on? Local music venues impacted by COVID-19

Candice Mayfield CONTRIBUTOR Concerts are jam-packed with good times, good music and a pretty good chance of contracting a deadly disease like COVID-19. What happens when local...

Maverick marching band continues passionate performance

Denaya Lewis CONTRIBUTOR  The Maverick Machine has been an integral part of the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s volleyball, basketball and hockey games for decades. While...