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Hidden Toxins in your Food

Conjuring up Good Vibes

Doctor Mysterian

Spock’s Brain

Heartland Healing

The Hidden Pitfalls of GMOs

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Pick: Pecha Kucha Night Omaha #14

January 26
Pecha Kucha Night Omaha #14
Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.
8-11p.m., FREE
designallianceomaha.org

Time to chitchat in 20x20 format again with nine creative presenters brought to you by Design Alliance Omaha. Jessica McKay of Birdhouse Interior Design, graphic designer Ben Lueders, Greg Daake of Daake Design, video production artist Django Greenblatt-Seay of Love Drunk Studio, artist Mary Day, curator...

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<p>  Dr. Shelley Carson</p> Pick: Understanding Creativity

January 26
Understanding Creativity Series with Shelley Carson
KANEKO Bow Truss, 1111 Jones St.
7p.m., General Admission $15, Students $5
Workshop Jan. 27, 9a.m.-noon, $250
Thekaneko.org, 341.3800

“Quit censoring your creative brain!” coaches Shelley Carson, PhD, a nationally recognized expert in creativity research. This Thursday at KANEKO, she will discuss how to discover paths to greater creative...

Esoteric therapies: They’re here

Over the past three decades, America’s curiosity and interest in traditional therapies aside from conventional medicine has grown to surprising proportions. There has always been an element of American society that investigated therapies available from alternative practitioners. But so-called alternative therapies have become almost commonplace. We are accustomed to hearing about herbal supplements, vitamin...

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Pick: Ladysmith Black Mambazo

January 31
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Lied Center for the Performing Arts, 301 N. 12th St., Lincoln
7:30 p.m., $72-$223
402.472.4747
http://www.liedcenter.org/events

Many of us first heard them on Paul Simon’s Graceland.  Do you remember your reaction? The rest of the world learned of them when they saw The Lion King.  But, wherever you first heard Ladysmith Black Mambazo, you certainly never forgot that...

<p>  Tony Endelman, author of I Hope There's Pie, celebrates his book lauch party Sunday, Jan. 22, at House of Loom.</p> Local Author Hopes for Pie

When life gives you lemons, make pie. At least, that’s what Omaha-based writer/comedian, Tony Endelman, author of Randy Penny: Cordially F@#*ing with People and I Hope There’s Pie, a recently released collection of personal essays about his life, touches upon in his latest book. “I was always the class comedian, but never really the class clown. I was the kid with the witty comment. I’ve always been a huge smart...

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