Omaha Community Playhouse features UNO graduate in “Mamma Mia!”

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER Whether you loved or hated the 2008 Meryl Streep movie “Mamma Mia!,” you’re in for an exciting ride with the vastly different...

Faculty Q&A with Bill Pickett of Student Involvement

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Most likely toting around free t-shirts and fidget spinners with a smile on his face, the majority of students at the...

“A Ghost Story” upholds quality filmmaking

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR On the heels of Disney’s 2016 live-action release of “Pete’s Dragon,” David Lowery has turned his directing efforts back to a more comfortable...

Art workshops teach art to the visually impaired

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Jeremy Johnson, an assistant professor of art and art history at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is hosting the second annual...

Queen’s of the Stone Age release technically precise “Villains” album

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Villains” is a reliable effort from veteran alternative rock group Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA know their sound and any average listener...

UNO art exhibit spotlights migrant workers

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER People rarely think about how produce gets to grocery stores. It could start with a mother waking up at 4a.m.to pick blueberries—or a...

Brand New is back with final album “Science Fiction”

Written By Danielle Meadows After eight years of delays and rumors, Long Island rock band Brand New is back with their highly anticipated fifth album, “Science Fiction.” There’s a sense...

Fourth installment in Annabelle series promises terror

Written By Rob Carraher  Very few horror series have enjoyed the critical success of “The Conjuring” and “Annabelle.”The genre doesn’t typically fair well with critics. With the release of “Annabelle: Creation,” the series finds...