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Heartland Healing

Biophobia: The Global Epidemic

Style Fashion Forward

Fash Flood 8/4: Omaha Fashion Week

Paging Project Runway Fans:  Omaha Fashion Week announces the attendance of two special guests at fashion week events this year. Season eight Project Runway finalist and fan favorite Mondo Guerra (lovemondotrasho.com) and one of Britain’s top bridal bloggers, the Rock n Roll Bride, otherwise known as Kat Williams (rocknrollbride.com). Stay tuned for further details regarding OFW’s special guests and visit...

Theater Cold Cream

Cold Cream 8/4: The Official Blues Brothers Revue

It’s a summer custom at the Omaha Community Playhouse to import a theatrical package of light seasonal fun. In recent years, they’ve brought us an entertaining scholastic nun and man as cave man.

But neither of these worthy predecessors sounded as much fun as next week’s The Official Blues Brothers Revue as publicized by the OPC’s Katie Wortmann. If you’re wondering about the “official” claim, be assured it’s...

Theater Review

Scots Rockers Ambition vs. Romance

The title, Rooms: a Rock Romance, gives you a good idea of the genre, but what about the “Rooms”?  One hint comes from this comparison of the couple, a romancing pair of musicians:
“She longs to see every room in the world — he longs to stay in his.”

She’s bubbly ambitious Monica and he’s rumpled laidback Ian, two Scottish rockers starting in Glasgow in the 1970s. They’re played by two UNL students, Jaime...

Literary

So Bad, It’s Good

Stop by the PS Collective at 6056 Maple Street this Thursday, August 4th at 7 p.m. for the Omaha Poetry Slam Team Sendoff Show. The team (Steven Evans, Jake Narofsky, Patrick Sather, Tessie Stednitz, and Ben Wenzl) will be headed to Boston to take on the rest of the country in this year’s National Poetry Slam. All Young Girls Are Machine Guns will kick things off. You can probably sneak in for free, but pony up...

Visual Arts Mixed Media

Mixed Media 8/4: Haydon Art Center closes

Lincoln’s Haydon Art Center closed July 29 after more than 15 years, due to recent cutbacks in art funding. “We appreciate all of the support that everyone in the community has given us over the years,” said Haydon Board President Kate McCown. According to the gallery blog, the directors’ plan to complete the 2011 exhibitions in the Lincoln community; those interested in hosting, email infohaydon@windstream.net.

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