The excitement of the holidays has come to an end, as students swap their festive winter wear and sparkling New Year's attire for a thick stack of books and new course curriculum.
Thank goodness most have returned their fantastically-hideous holiday sweaters back to grandma; a new line-up of 2013 trends are just around the corner.
What do you call a place that is classic and contemporary, low key and exciting, random yet deliberate? Liv Lounge.
Music festivals in Nebraska used to be few and far between, but over the last few years the people of Nebraska have created an impressive list, including the Nebraska Pop Music Festival.
With the rise of many bars, venues, restaurants and other miscellaneous businesses, Benson's late-night scene has become quite popular over the years. On any given weekend, the bars are nearly bursting with thirsty customers.
After a long night of thirst quenching, a lot of people get hungry. But after a certain hour, the dining options have been pretty scarce. Adding to the neighborhood's after-hours food scene, as well as giving a nod to Benson history, Baxter's has been serving up by-the-slice pizza and sandwiches since December - and they certainly have got it going on.
"Look out Hollywood, here I come," J. Tillman sings on "Fun Times In Babylon," the opening track to "Fear Fun," Tillman's debut under the moniker Father John Misty.
Students had a hot first week back at University of Nebraska at Omaha.
"Literally, it's been so freaking hot I can't think anything else," said Evan Knight, a senior English major.
Get ready to embark on a magical journey with the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker" at the Orpheum Theatre. From the moment the lights dim, viewers will be transported to an enchanted place filled with sparkling costumes, magnificent sets and phenomenal dance numbers.
Halloween is several months away, but if you're looking for a blood and gore fix, the Omaha Community Playhouse has what you need.
"Evil Dead: The Musical" opened on Feb. 8 at the Omaha Community Playhouse. The show will be running Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm until March 17. Tickets are $40 for adults and $18 for students.
The musical is based off of the 1981 cult classic film about five college students that break into a cabin in the woods, hoping to have a spring break full of beer, sex and partying. But ancient demons locked away in the cabin are released, sending the trip on a downward spiral from hell.