<p>  CREDITS: STYLING BY JARED SPENCE, MODELS BY DEVELOP MODEL MANAGEMENT, BIKE COURTESY JIM BLUM<br />  LEFT: On Audrey: Bella Dahl denim buttondown, Henry & Belle Kelly signature skinny jeans, Denim Saloon. All jewelry, Fringes Salon Spa and Boutique. On Nolan: Superdry Slim fit jeans, Bench buttondown, Bench track jacket, Superdry sneakers McLovin-A Store for Men. THIS RIGHT: On Audrey: Bella Dahl ombre top, Paige floral print denim, Denim Saloon. All jewelry, Fringes Salon Spa and Boutique. On Nolan: Superdry chambray buttondown, Superdry Sneakers, Bill Adler leather belt, McLovin. Citizens of Humanity  “Sid” jeans, Denim Saloon. Hair by Hillary Ann and makeup by Chevy both of Sirens at the Loft Salon & Day Spa.</p>Green Day

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the river bend. Usually, I would rant about the absurdity of starting a drinking binge at 7 a.m. and wearing ridiculous leprechaun hats and plastic shamrock beads, but my health and image concerns aside, St. Patty’s Day is an occasion to be festive! But there’s no need for you to look like a walking advertisement for Oriental Trading Company (okay, maybe the image concerns are...

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Brigit Lives Up to O’Neill Classic

We’re warned of the fog shrouding the Tyrone family’s summer home each time the fog horn blows. The fog inside the house rolls in on wings of whiskey and morphine, sounding its warning with angry words of blame followed by regrets and apologies.

Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night isn’t a bit foggy about the dysfunctional family’s complaints as the drug-addicted mother and the alcoholic father and...

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Pick: The Spits

March 11
The Spits w/ Coaxed and The Dad
The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $12, theslowdown.com

There's an alternate reality where most of humanity was destroyed in a white-hot nuclear flash during the Reagan 80s. While some people survived, though they were mutated and devolved into a seemingly new species. A few of these new humans then found remnants of recording equipment and set about recording...

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Yolonda Ross adds writer-director to actress credits

You may not know the name but for more than a decade now Omaha native Yolonda Ross has been a stalwart actress in American independent cinema and quality television movies and episodic dramas.

Before recently working with a pair of star indie writer-directors – David Mamet, on the new HBO movie Phil Spector, and John Sayles on the coming feature Go for Sisters – she'd previously been directed by Woody Allen (...

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Joslyn Art Museum Gallery Talk with William Wylie 1:00 p.m.

March 9, 2013
Joslyn Art Museum Gallery Talk with William Wylie 1:00 p.m. 
Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St.
Regular hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat, 10 am - 4 pm, Thurs 10 am - 8 pm, Sun noon - 4 pm, closed Mon and major holidays; Free to members, children under 4, Sat 10 am – noon;
General Admissions: $8 adults, $6 college students with ID & sr. citizens (62+), $5 age 5 – 17;
Program begins at 1 pm in pavilion...

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‘40s Songs, Great Voices, Comedic Magic

Mix the magic and affirmative smiles from the mute narrator with well-cast voices and all you need are the familiar songs. The only problem All Night Strut: a Jumpin’ Jivin’ Jam posed for me was to keep from singing along.

The heart of this 1940s song-and-dance show came from the World War sections and the most moving moment before intermission found Erika Hall as Rosie the Riveter leading the full ensemble over...

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A Behanding in Spokane by Martin McDonagh

Carmichael is an aged psychopath who’s been missing his hand for 27 years. Marylin and Toby are a couple of drug dealers with a hand to sell. When they decide to make a deal at a hotel run by Mervyn, a goofball clerk waxing philosophic about zoo monkeys and lost opportunities, tempers ignite and the fun begins.. This dark comedy about revenge, obsession, and personal prejudice is as unnerving as it is hilarious....

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