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Heartland Healing

Let Science Lead You to Spirit

Doctor Mysterian

Inside the movie

Heartland Healing

What’s In Your Food?

Theater Feature

Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

Doctor Mysterian

Yesterday’s past tomorrow

Trading Places: A Rock Publicist Tries Life in the Van

There are very few perks to being a music critic. It’s a thankless low- or no-paying career choice that usually means being loathed by the very people you’re writing about (if you’re honest). The few perks that come with the job are generally provided by publicists.

Music writers depend on publicists to help them do their jobs. They’re the people who line up interviews with musicians, get them pre-release albums...

Visual Arts Feature

<p>New Bemis Director Adam Price has lots of plans for revitalized art center.</p> Bemis Reboot

Since the Bemis Center of Contemporary Arts’ inception in 1981, the venue has been led by only four directors. These include its co-founder Ree Schonlau, currently on its board, who along with husband, artist Jun Kaneko, founded the institution that bears his name just down the block on Jones Street. 

In 2001 Al Harris-Fernandez, now the Director of the Sioux City Art Center, took over the reins and was soon...

Heartland Healing

Chakras: Wheels on Fire

The name Albert Einstein remains one of the most recognizable in all of history. Charles Webster “C.W.” Leadbeater, not so much. Both men made names for themselves in the early part of the 20th century. Einstein’s legitimacy led to his enduring fame, mostly because his field of atomic theory lent itself easily to patents and war weaponry. Leadbeater, whose field was esoteric knowledge and Eastern philosophy, drew...

Omaha Under the Radar:

“It is a festival for music, dance and theatre focusing on contemporary living creators, so living composers, living playwrights and living choreographers,” explained one of the Festival Organizers, Amanda DeBoer Bartlett of Omaha Under the Radar.

Bartlett said she and her colleagues started Omaha Under the Radar with the intention of focusing on the people in the region who are creating work that is under...


Bud Rising

When Terence "Bud" Crawford defends his WBO lightweight title June 28 at the CenturyLink Center, he'll fight for himself, his tight-knit family and a boxing community that's not seen anything like this since 1972.

Forty-two years ago heavyweight champion Joe Frazier came to town to battle local Great White Hope Ron Stander. Omaha was thrilled to host boxing's ultimate event, but Stander never had more than a...

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