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E3 2015

The invaders

Heartland Healing

Fear is Not an Option

Heartland Healing

Don’t Be a Toaster: Redux

Doctor Mysterian

Thinner

Over The Edge

Orange Can’t Stop the Music

As you read this, I will have crossed the line to the age of 50. And despite what I'd been told all my life, despite what I've seen in the lives of others who grew up around me, things haven't slowed down as I've gotten older. 

Tuesday night I went to see the rock band Palma Violets at The Waiting Room; Wednesday morning I went to a funeral. This morning I woke at 4 a.m. to write this column. Tonight I plan on...

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Comic con O Comic Con!

Comic convention season is in full swing. Around the country, scores of nerds of the comic, sci-fi, anime, television, fantasy, and gaming varieties are clumping together for weekends of excitement. The legendary Comic Con International is only two months away in San Diego. So what is a nerd in the Midwest supposed to do with their time, short of taking a trek to the coast?

The answer lies in O Comic Con, the brain...

Logo Midlands Pirate Fest

The Midwest may be far from any ocean, but that isn't stopping some people from showing their pirate spirits!

The eighth annual Midlands Pirate Fest is this weekend, May 30th and 30st in downtown Omaha. Located at their new "seaside" location at River City Star Landing on the Missouri riverfront, you can expect two days filled with elaborate costumes, sea shanties, swashbuckling, dancing and more.

The festivities...

Stay Documentary looks at execution through the eyes of executioners

Last month State Sen. Ernie Chambers finally got enough fellow legislators to support repealing the death penalty in Nebraska. Capital punishment foes welcome the news, among them Omaha filmmaker Patty Dillon. Her new documentary There Will Be No Stay critically looks at the issue through the prism of two former executioners. 

Her debut film premiered at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Mont. last...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>There will be a lot of these in our future.</p> The future of little folk

There are many odd things ahead thanks to science's unprecedented ability to alter the human genome, but the strangest of all will be a religious sect known as the Tuatha De Danaans. This cult will draw inspiration from ancience Irish legend, and will alter their genes so that every generation becomes more and more like characters from Irish myth.

There will be tiny men who are very similar to leprechauns, and...

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