CHVRCHES impresses in atmosphere, set list

By Phil Brown, Contributor As I wrote in the fall concert preview a few issues back, the Scottish electronic pop trio CHVRCHES came through town...

Professor’s photography on display

University of Nebraska Omaha professor Christine Reed hosted a photography exhibit at the Healing Arts Center of Omaha in the Old Market, focused on the Pryor Mountain Range in Lovell, Wyo.


Why Arts? paints a picture of hope for underserved – Community Engagement Center nonprofit...

By Rhe'Ann McBride, Layout Manager Why Arts? Director Carolyn Anderson is not an artist. She doesn’t sing or perform theater. She can’t play an instrument...

Blue Barn Theatre offers nontraditional seasonal entertainment

Every holiday season brings myriad entertainment choices in the Omaha metro, from the Omaha Community Playhouse's rendition of "A Christmas Carol" to any number of seasonal choir and musical concerts. However, Blue Barn Theatre offers something a little out of the ordinary this season in their production of "Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some)."


How far is too far? Naked reality TV

It seems that these days nothing is sacred. Anyone who's viewed MTV's hit show "Jersey

Shore" can tell you that. After near constant badgering from my cousins, I turned on that show.

After about five minutes it felt like my brain was melting out of my ears.

  


Molding the Maverick, The story of the monument’s creation

By Zane Fletcher, Culture Editor The newest installation to the University of Nebraska at Omaha cultural landscape, the recently unleashed bull, stands proud and virile...

Omaha publishers becoming known voice in city’s growing literature scenelast

Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager EAB Publishing is a small but mighty firm that has every skill needed to grow Omaha as a writing community. Tim Benson...

RUNNING RED

I'm punched red as the green hills watch.  They roll on in silence, echoing the red fists that work my face into bulges and gashes.  Carl used to strike me pink with love. But these days, it's with fists.