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Design Interview: Patrick Leahy

Design Interview: Jeff Day

Design Interview: Drew Davies

Heartland Healing

Biophobia: The Global Epidemic

Sustainability Interview: Jane Kleeb

Heartland Healing

The Economy is Bankrupt Because the Planet is Bankrupt

They hover around glowing flatscreens with the wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth. Numbers and readouts declare the prognosis grim. Blips and beeps, numbers blinking indicate things could get worse before they get better. Then again, the situation could even be terminal. Watchers wonder if life support is the last chance.

Are "they" doctors and nurses worrying about a patient in intensive care? Relatives...

Style

FASH FLOOD

Lil Scoutie Sighting: For style-conscious fans heading to MAHA music festival Saturday, August 13th, be sure to stop by Scout: Dry Goods & Trade's mobile shop, affectionately known as Lil Scoutie. The minds behind style site Esoteric Velvet will be on hand to celebrate as part of their 100 days of cultural goodness, while photographing the best in local festival style. Those who stop by and show Lil Scoutie some...

Booked: Free eBooks, Poetry and Naked People

This October, Lit Undressed will present “Fashion in Literature” in conjunction with this year’s (downtown) Omaha Lit Fest, and they’re looking for written contributions. This year's focus is “Silk & Sawdust,” and centers on the heart and mechanics of literature. Authors will participate in panels, readings and discussions of their methods and processes, and look at the literal tools of production — including...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

August 12: Trenton Doyle Hancock

Sheldon Art Museum, 12th&R Sts., Lincoln, NE
Exhibit continues thru Oct. 23, 2011
Admission free—hours vary daily
Sheldonartmuseum.org, 1-402-472-2461

The Sheldon features 18 prints from the Fix portfolio of Houston-based artist Trenton Doyle Hancock as part of the museum’s focus on African American artists. In a style partly influenced by surrealism and abstract expressionism, Hancock populates his imaginary...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

August 12: YAP

Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St., 6:30-11 p.m.
Free for YAP members, $30 for non-members
Joslyn.org 402-342-000

Joslyn’s Young Arts Patrons (YAP) offers engaging social events for a new generation of viewers who want to connect with the area’s rising “creative class.” YAP members and those wishing to either join this Friday’s sojourn and/or the organization must be between the ages of 25-40. The crawl begins...

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