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Ten Questions with Peter, Bjorn and John

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Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself

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The End of Drunkenness

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‘Honey Mushroom Wonderfuls’

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Worm Therapy

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New Organic Market Opens Tomorrow

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‘Have a Seat’

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Heavy Hitters

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Zinging, Leaping Shakespeare

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Not Even Friendzoned

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Film

More Free Dumb!

The exhaustive brilliance of both Mad Max: Fury Road and Creed means you can’t dismiss a sequel outright just because of a decades-long gap between it and the previous installment. Unless, of course, it is directed by Roland Emmerich, who isn’t so much a filmmaker as a feces-smearing finger painter. Independence Day: Resurgence is expectedly dumb but surprisingly ugly, with computer-generated chaos replacing...

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Music

Winning American Scores

“The band is playing somewhere and somewhere hearts are light” wrote Ernest Lawrence Thayer in his legendary evocation of Casey at the Bat. And, as the College World Series wraps up its glories, a large ensemble of other kinds of players assembles to perform another kind of score, a musical version of the tale. Stepping up front is Omaha actor Scott Kurz to vivify the words, while the Nebraska Wind Symphony plays...

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Arts

Everything (G)old…

Once home from travels to historic sites and architectural wonders, we struggle to capture and retain the color, light, texture and line, mood and emotion aroused by our experiences. 

We patch together photo books and scribble travelogues to fix in our minds breathtaking panoramas, stunning vistas, or holy sites.

But painter Steve Joy does so much more with the sensations he gathers from international travel.  A...

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Music

Stravinsky and Prokofiev

Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Prokofiev. Indelible names. Indelible music. Both forever left their marks, thrilling and delighting audiences with so many different kinds of pieces. And so many of them varied in style and sound for each composer.

They were born not far apart in time or place, separated by but nine years. Eventually they went their own ways, Stravinsky constantly exploring new musical territory,...

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Dining Section

Wherever The Breeze May Take You

Take it on Down to Tacoville

A new tex-mextaurant is opening its doors in the next few weeks. Oklahoma native Tacoville is establishing its first franchised foodery in Frederick Square on 84th and West Center early July. The menu is fairly standard and very affordable, offering a $1.29 taco. I see a quick, inexpensive lunch in your near future.
Tacoville – Coming Soon!
3044 S. 84th Street, Suite 3


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Owner...

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