10 things to know about Spring Break in Omaha, Neb.

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Ideas for this article were originally published by Fresh U. Many University of Nebraska at Omaha students are Omaha-natives and have grown...

Nebraskan Tuskegee Airmen featured in Omaha’s black history museum

Will Patterson A&E Editor The Great Plains Black History Museum located at 2221 N 24th St. is currently hosting an exhibit featuring the Tuskegee Airmen—several...

We’re Trying Records’ House Fest II starts today

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR A house in northwest Omaha is hosting the city’s largest DIY rock music festival this weekend. After last year’s success, Lucy’s Public House (aka...

Bar and Pubs to check out over St. Patrick’s Day

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday, which means that bars and pubs are going to be packed. Omaha has an impressive selection...

“Annihilation” does justice for the science-fiction and horror genres

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Annihilation,” based on the novel by the same name, is Hollywood’s latest take on science fiction horror. The genre is notorious for...

UNO Archives and Special Collections teaches preservation to students

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Memories fade over time, but UNO Library's Archives and Special Collections is teaching people how to protect them. Located on the library’s first...

A love letter to the Target dollar section

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER The most dangerous weapon that has ever been handed to me was a Target shopping basket. Red, oval-shaped and encompassing of...

The Omaha Community Playhouse’s production of “James” is a peach.

Adam Abou-Nasr Contributor The theater is one of the most magical places imaginable. Few people can’t be captivated by a well-executed song and dance, and children...