Bad Luck Charm w/ The Sons of the 49’r

Oct. 8 Bad Luck Charm w/ The Sons of the 49’r 49’r Lounge, 4824 Dodge St. 9 p.m., 554.5841 The Bad Luck Charm will play a homecoming show of sorts at the on-again then off-again 49’r Lounge. BLC’s brand of “down and dirty rockin’ punk straight from the Great Plains” is the perfect opportunity to shake your fist at CVS at least one more time. Its been quite some time since...

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Shelterskelter XV

Oct. 8-31 Shelterskelter XV Shelterbelt Theatre, 3225 California St. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 6 p.m. Wed. showing Oct. 28, $15 341.2757, For 15 years, the Shelterbelt Theater has been doing Halloween right by hosting Shelterskelter, an annual collection of original plays dealing with the horrific, macabre, gruesome, terrifying or monstrous. The stage becomes like the anthology horror tales of old...

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Fiction/Antifiction ...

Oct. 8-16 Fiction/Antifiction: An Exploration of Creation in Three Acts Blue Barn Theatre’s Witching Hour 614 S. 11th St. Fri.-Sat. 11 p.m., $10, 651.6795 The Witching Hour is the Blue Barn’s late night ensemble theater company, now in its seventh season. This one sounds like a gem. As the title suggests, it’s an examination of artistic creation, destruction and the creation of...

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Prime Time Family Reading Time, a free family literacy program designed to strengthen participants’ interest and skills in reading and talking about books, began last week and will run every Saturday morning through November at two Omaha Public Library branches: the South Omaha branch, 2808 Q St., and the Charles B. Washington branch, 2868 Ames Ave. Aimed at children ages 6 to 10, the events begin at 10 a.m....

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Omaha Science Café

Oct. 5 Omaha Science Café Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St., 7-8 p.m., FREE, With the constant media battle between MSNBC and Fox News, or Sarah Palin’s plight to prove conservative women are more attractive than liberal women, we as a nation definitely have a high school cafeteria way of handling the issues amongst political parties. This installment of the Omaha Science Café explores these...

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Jimmy Eat World w/ We Were Promised Jetpacks

Oct. 4 Jimmy Eat World w/ We Were Promised Jetpacks Sokol Auditorium, 2234 S. 13th St. 8 p.m., $25, Whether you’ve only heard “The Middle,” or you’ve been with them since 1996’s Static Prevails, there’s no denying the success of Jimmy Eat World. A major-label, big-budget band that has somehow kept its focus and stayed glued to its indie roots is a rare and beautiful thing....

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Michael Bolton

Oct. 4 Michael Bolton Holland Performing Arts Center 1200 Douglas St. 7:30 p.m., $35-$95, 345.0606 You may know him from “Dancing with the Stars” or you may know him from the radio. Here’s what you need to know: Singer Michael Bolton is coming to Omaha for one night at the Holland Performing Arts Center. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, stacks of Grammies and American...

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