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Pokey LaFarge - Oct. 10, Bourbon Theatre

Oct. 10
Pokey LaFarge
Bourbon Theatre, 1415 O St  Lincoln
8 p.m., $12: ADV | $15: DOS,
bourbontheatre.com

Says LaFarge about his music, “It’s not retro music. It’s American music that never died.” The genre bending, generation blending stylings of LaFarge have crafted a sound that’s as familiar as it is fresh to the listener. He draws from old ragtime, early jazz, country blues and western swing music...

Heartland Healing

News You Can Use: October, 2013

The Good

The best news this week is that the annual Mystic Fest is Saturday and Sunday at the Ramada, 72nd & Grover. Free admission. Don’t miss it.

Exercise Beats Pills. Great news we can all celebrate, and somehow, everyone knows is true. This was no small research study reported by the British Medical Journal. It involved over 340,000 patients. From the findings, researchers concluded that moderate exercise...

Theater Feature

Book of Mormon Profane, Endearing

Broadway show blurbs can be banal and predictable, but not when it comes to The Book of Mormon. Oh, native Omahan Kurt Andersen might dub it “The best new musical of the 21st century” on NPR, but others call it “phenomenally blasphemous” and ask, “Could it be the most offensive show to ever hit the Great White Way?”

Maybe the blurb that best reflects this mix came from the New York Times: “Outrageous, profane...

Heartland Healing

Lecture Tour on Healing Visits Omaha

Spending most of my adult life in Los Angeles, I became accustomed to unique opportunities to learn about healing, metaphysics, mind/body medicine and spirituality. Practitioners commonly mounted workshops, seminars, lectures, presentations and conferences in L.A., the nexus of New Age.

Upon moving back to Omaha, I was happily surprised by the number of opportunities in the Heartland. There are more than enough...

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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls

Oct. 7
Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls
w/ The Smith Street Band &
Koo Koo Kanga Roo
Waiting Room
6212 Maple St.
8 p.m.; $15 ADV / $17 DOS
http://www.waitingroomlounge.com

In a review for his last album, NME magazine described British singer-songwriter Frank Turner as “the people’s prince of punk poetry.” But Turner’s lyrics can be quite personal as well. His lastest album, Tape Deck Heart — and the...

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