Coming to Omaha: Father Greg Boyle

Feb. 24 Coming to Omaha: Father Greg Boyle Lecture and Book Signing Metro Community College South Omaha Campus S. 27th Street and Q, 889.8410 7 p.m., FREE Pastor and author Father Gregory Boyle will be in Omaha next Thursday to give a lecture at Metro Community College’s South Campus. For 20 years, Boyle has led an organization called Homeboy Industries that works to provide jobs, training and encouragement for...

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The Glory of Ukraine

Through May 8 The Glory of Ukraine Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St. Free with regular admission, Hours vary (open late Thursdays, free Saturday mornings) 342-3300, joslyn.org The promo for a new Joslyn exhibition had me at "centuries old, rarely seen icons and relics from the Ukraine's Monastery of the Caves." After all, it's not every day you see ancient religious artifacts from a spooky labyrinth of catacombs...

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The Morals of Mozart

Don Juan’s first known appearance in the arts is the 1630 play, El burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra (The Trickster of Seville and the Stone Guest), by Spanish author Tirso de Molina. Since then, Don Juan was literally reinvented in, or was the inspiration for, countless creative works. Arguably, his most popular incarnation is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s famous opera, and Opera Omaha’s next production,...

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OEAA Performing Arts Review: Playing It Cool

Sprinkle theater folks generously in a common crowd and they might seem exciting. But surround them with rockers or other artists and let the yawning begin. How lively were the theater winners at the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards? By far the liveliest was 90-ish Elaine Jabenis, the grande dame of the metro stage, who fired back with class at emcee Tom Becka who mispronounced her long-familiar name. Next...

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A Night To Remember

MUSIC Crystal Visions Musicians snag up OEA Awards after setting the night to music by Chris Aponick As the Grammy Awards dispensed their hardware with plenty of over-the-top theatricality on television screens across the country Sunday night, Omaha's crop of musicians celebrated their own successes with a humbler bit of pomp and circumstance. The Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards program brought together local...

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UNO Hockey vs. Wisconsin

Feb. 11-12 UNO Hockey vs. Wisconsin Qwest Center Omaha, 455 N. 10th St. 7:37 p.m. on Fri., 7:07 p.m. on Sat. $19-$22, 280.5297, omahasteam.com. As the Mavericks continue their historic first season in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, only a handful of hurdles remain as UNO jockeys for a postseason playoff run, including this weekend’s opponent, No. 7-ranked Wisconsin. The Badgers roll into Omaha fresh...

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David Cassidy w/ the Omaha Symphony

Feb 11-13 David Cassidy w/ the Omaha Symphony Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m., $15-$80, omahasymphony.org While some of us will be dreading the idea of Singles Awareness Day, others will be celebrating a weekend of love with one of the biggest heartthrobs of the 1970s. Known best as Keith Partridge of the Partridge Family, David Cassidy has enjoyed a long career as...

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