It's been 10 years since Omaha based band Cursive released their highly-acclaimed album "Domestica," and the foursome is still going strong today.
Any film fan worth their salt can usually predict who's going to be nominated for the major award shows. This year is no different, and although it usually leads to some epic battles, one thing most people can agree on is that when the nominees are announced later this month, the best actress category will probably sound a little like this: "And the nominees are...Natalie Portman, Natalie Portman, Natalie Portman, Natalie Portman and Natalie Portman."
UNO's Department of Music will be quite busy in upcoming weeks with two very
The Gateway chatted with local band The Answer Team about who they are, where they've been, their times at UNO and plans for their next big album.
With the hopeless, hauntingly introspective lyrics of Tim Kasher and a slew of almost always cataclysmic melodies, Omaha's own Cursive has a dexterous ability to depress the happy-go-luckiest fellows, make the most virtuous of men question their beliefs, and break down the most perfect of relationships to a web of lies and boredom.
Even Friday evening's cold weather couldn't stop the crowd from gravitating to the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.
Before there was The Matrix, there was Tron. If you grew up in the 1980's, you probably remember Tron – a quirky little Disney flick about programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) who tries to hack into his company's mainframe, gets "digitized" and finds himself transferred into a world inside the computer.
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts at 724 S. 12 St. will open three exhibits this weekend, the first to open at the gallery this year.