You don't have free will, only the appearance of free will," Thompson, the mysterious hat-wearing, fate-changing character tells David Norris in "The Adjustment Bureau," which opens March 11.
Go Radio may be new to the music scene, but front man Jason Lancaster is a veteran when it comes to writing explosive songs that catch the ears of music fans everywhere. The singer and guitarist, formerly of Mayday Parade fame, knows how to write an album that will stick. Go Radio's first full-length album, "Lucky Street," is a perfect taste of pop rock.
Regular viewers of the now defunct "That 70s Show" can tell you that Topher Grace was always too good for the show. I got the same feeling watching his new 80s comedy, "Take Me Home Tonight."
Inglewood, California's Cali Swag District will make their way to Lincoln this Saturday, March 5 along with Nelly, 3OH!3, Sick Puppies, Big Reeno and DJ Dextrious on the Blizzard Tour.
UNO's Chamber Orchestra may very well be the university's best-kept secret. During its concert on Feb. 22 in the Strauss Performing Arts Center Recital Hall, that secret was revealed to more than 40 members in the audience who witnessed the small ensemble's extraordinary talent.
LeAnn Clausen's journey to a booth in the UNO ballroom was a long time coming, but the journey was not hers alone. Hours of genealogical work, a passion for her history and a genuine interest in heritage, all championed and completed by her grandmother, are what brought her to UNO on Feb. 27.
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Over the last 17 years, Cake has released music that spans across many genres and captivates large audiences. The most recent album by the Sacramento-based band, "Showroom of Compassion," does just that.