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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

Don’t Be Dumb

It’s a convincing argument that humans are the dumbest species on the planet. Much of that can be based on observing our apparent willingness to self-destruct. No other species alive so diligently flaunts the laws of Nature. No other species works so hard at killing itself and its life support system (Planet Earth). From time to time it’s good practice to examine habits and see which ones are in keeping with the...

Hollywood legend Patty Duke to visit Omaha

Hollywood legend and Academy Award winner Patty Duke will visit Omaha on May 23rd for a special screening and discussion of her Oscar winning classic film The Miracle Worker. The event is part of Omaha film historian Bruce Crawford’s 34th annual tribute to classic films. It will benefit the Omaha Parks Foundation. The event was designed to allow people to experience some of films greatest moments. The Miracle Worker...

Wide variety of events available this summer

This summer in Omaha is going to be full of events for everyone. Major traditions like the Summer Arts Festival, the College World Series and Shakespeare on the Green will join, art exhibits, food tasting, county fairs, celebrations of national heritage as events for the whole family and for people looking for cultural events.

This is the 40th year for the Summer Arts Festival, an Omaha tradition. The festival will...

Heartland Healing

Eat Your Weedies

I spent time yesterday digging dandelions from the front parkway at our house. Recent rains resulted in a bumper crop. It was tedious but we don’t use weedkillers. Doesn’t make sense to spread poisons around our living quarters so toxic Roundup, the deadly choice of millions of American, is never an option. I admit bending to social pressure in my choice to pull the weeds. I was inclined just to leave them but if we...

Visual Arts Feature

Summer Arts Preview

If staycations are in your future this summer, the visual arts have something to offer locally other than softball, a crowded community pool and yet another summer blockbuster at a movie complex. There are a plethora of exhibitions on the docket, but key arts venues also offer hands-on learning activities, lectures and panels, even a summer camp of sorts, for all ages above and beyond their regular schedule of...

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