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Doctor Mysterian

A horse with no name

Theater Review

Haunting Power

Heartland Healing

Say No to Soy

Doctor Mysterian

Tomorrow: The Dragon

Over The Edge

The Reality of Living the Dream

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...

Planet Power

Cosmic Forecast, Dec. 22-Dec. 28

Merry Christmas! As one of Santa’s fulltime helpers, I can assure you that everyone gets exactly what they deserve for Christmas — and every other day of their lives. There are no mistakes. Peace and love shall conquer all.
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j CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20)  At last! Wasn’t that a crazy month? Please bring some stability into the mix. Yeah, I guess that means that you(’ll) end up paying for...

Style

<p>  The No. 175 Tool/Garden Tote ($155)</p> FASH FLOOD

Have you made the pledge to buy local? Join Fash Flood in pledging to support some of Omaha’s most unique, award-winning boutiques and vendors this holiday season.

Topping my list of most coveted items this holiday season is a one of a kind bag from Artifact Bag Co. The No. 175 Tool/Garden Tote ($155) or the No. 105 Utility Tote ($125) are the ideal gifts for most anyone in your life, from the book...

If Wishes were Fishes

If wishes were fishes, we’d all be eating sushi right now. I wish we could eat fish. When I moved to Los Angeles in 1974, Southern California was as much like paradise as anywhere I could imagine. Fewer people, fewer cars, fewer homeless than there are now. Beautiful, happy people everywhere. Gazing over Santa Monica Bay from the Pacific Palisades, I thought of no reason on earth to return to the Midwest.

It...

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