FaceBook Twitter youtube
Doctor Mysterian

Christmas yet to come

Heartland Healing

Your Tongue Can Save the World


Lit Fest delves into what we fear, how we relate in extremis

Doctor Mysterian

Fire time

Heartland Healing

Flu Shots

Dave’s World

Imagine deliberately shoving a long, silver needle through a nose, septum or, of all places, a throat. Then imagine that’s your job. Welcome to Dave Brown’s world.

As a professional piercer at Big Brain in Omaha, Brown’s main mission each day is to pierce as many, um, body parts as possible. But more than that, Brown is intent on building long-lasting relationships with his clients, something that clearly...


The Marriage Contract

Feb. 17-Feb. 19
The Marriage Contract
The Jewel Box Theater at the Scottish Rite Center, 202 S. 20th St.
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m., $10-$79

Gioachino Rossini, best known for “The William Tell Overture” and “The Barber of Seville,” composed the 90-minute one act. The opera will be sung in English. Opera Omaha’s Executive Director Roger Weitz said the opera updated the short...

Shane’s Game

Shane O’Neill is not your average tattoo artist. His ambitions are endless. Instead of just sitting around tattooing butterfly tramp stamps and tribal bands all day, he has taken his art to a whole new level. Armed with a bachelor in Fine Arts from the Philadelphia University of the Arts, O’Neill specializes in realism, portraits, wildlife and horror, but his skills aren’t limited when it comes to tattooing. 



Ask anybody from the Omaha metro area about the connection between Sweden and permanent body ink, and it’s likely you’ll get Stieg Larsson and his trilogy of bestselling novels (since made into movies) starting with the “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” as your answer.

Ask again after this weekend and the Omahan might tell you something else: Jens Arnkvist and Big Street Tattoo. Well, anyone that attends The...

It’s Winter: Are You SAD?

It’s only five weeks before the spring of 2012 breaks across the Northern Hemisphere on the March 20 vernal equinox. Already, since winter solstice, daylight has been getting longer, sunlight more ample. Though the crepuscular shadows are sparing the sunlight more with each passing day, millions of us are feeling the affects of the winter blahs. But as English historian Thomas Fuller wrote, long before the Mamas...

Page 202 of 371 pages ‹ First  < 200 201 202 203 204 >  Last ›


Sign up for GoodDealOmaha!