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Over The Edge

The Reality of Living the Dream

Heartland Healing

Lube Job

Work Interview: Terry Victor

Work Interview: Colleen Plasek

Work Interview: Kristi Hamilton

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Pick: Hadden Sayers

Jan. 4

Hadden Sayers Band
Zoo Bar, 136 N. 14th St., Lincoln
6 p.m., $8, 402-435-8754, zoobar.com

Jan. 5

21st Saloon, 96th & L
5:30 p.m., $8, 402-339-7170

Texas-born Hadden Sayers has been playing roots and blues guitar since his teens. He is an accomplished triple-threat artist with great, soulful vocals who writes memorable songs. His guitar work is both powerful and thoughtful. His new CD Hard Dollar...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Snake Island

Dec. 31

Snake Island w/ Peace of Shit, Sun Settings, Baby Tears, Artillery Funk and Cheap Furs

The Sandbox, 2406 Leavenworth

9 p.m., $3 for 21-year-old and up, $5 for all other attendees

Snake Island are ringing in the new year with their debut release. The band cut the 12-inch vinyl record earlier this year. Snake Island sound has grown into a full-roar that cuts across its pitch black psych rock with...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Har Mar Superstar

Har Mar Superstar (real name Sean Tillman) has strong ties to the Midwest which makes sense, considering he’s from Minnesota. The goofy, half tongue-in-cheek hip-hop and half electronic artist usually cococts a crafty mixture of both to execute his “sexy” brand of weird dance music. He’s collaborated with plenty of Omaha kids such as The Faint’s Jacob Thiele and Clark Baechle while his current bassist,...

Style

<p>  Sara Larson Salon Studio</p> FASH FLOOD

According to the American Cancer Society, the chance of a woman having invasive breast cancer some time during her life is a little less than 1 in 8. As a woman with many cases of breast cancer in her own family, local hair stylist Sara Larson keeps the cause close to her heart and has made a promise to help. Starting January 1, 2012, 20% of every full price appointment booked with Sara will be donated to a local...

Sports

Always Something

Bo Pelini was on the offensive following the Nebraska football team’s final bowl practice in Lincoln. “All right, guys,” he said as he approached reporters, “first of all, there’s some . . .”

Clearly, he had anticipated the first question.

“The irresponsible reports out there aren’t true,” he said. “I have not interviewed for Penn State. And I’m not saying anything anymore on that.”

The Nittany Lions are...

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