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Heartland Healing

Nanotechnology

Doctor Mysterian

The most dangerous game

Heartland Healing

Acupuncture: More than just a prick with a pin

Doctor Mysterian

The end of war

Lettuce Alone

Buteyko: A Drug-free Asthma Solution

Asthma is epidemic. Since the 1980s, incidence of asthma has increased 60 percent. It is especially high in children. Explanations are as varied and multiple as the suspected causes. Clearly, humans are doing something differently to spur the increase. We know that asthma is far more common in America’s urban areas than rural, is linked to inflammation and the immune system, affects developed countries much more...

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Indigenous w/ North Duck, LL Dunn and the Hired Guns, Little Joe and Big Trouble

Dec. 8
Indigenous w/ North Duck, LL Dunn and the Hired Guns, Little Joe and Big Trouble
Sokol Underground, 2234 S. 13th St., 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $15, sokolunderground.com

Indigenous front man, Mato Nanji was born and raised on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. Mato was exposed to his father’s vast collection of blues albums recorded by legendary artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan...

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OEEA Nominee showcase

Dec. 6
OEEA Nominee showcase
Downtown Benson, between 65th and 64th Streets
7 p.m., $10 tickets at the door gain access to all venues, oea-awards.com

The 8th annual OEAA Nominee Showcase kicks off this Friday in Benson in conjunction with Benson First Friday. Expect more than 50 acts featuring Omaha’s top music acts, comedy, spoken word poetry and visual arts. The venues hosting the event are as follows: The...

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The Green Fairy Returns featuring the Hot Tail Honeys

Dec. 6
The Green Fairy Returns featuring the Hot Tail Honeys
House of Loom, 1012 S. 10th St., $5, 21+, 8 p.m.
houseofloom.com, facebook.com/hottailhoneys

One of House of Loom’s most wildly abandoned and transformative theme nights is back. HOL’s Brent Crampton describes it this way: “The Green Fairy transports you into a roaring speakeasy that all the gangs of yester-decade now haunt. Where live jazz melds...

MoJo RIP

Every week I picked up The Reader, I always looked forward to reading MoJoPo’s horoscopes, no matter how bizarre or off-kilter they were. He had way of making me laugh with his wordy and often rhyming predictions of the future.
There is so much more to MoJo than horoscopes. Born Michael Joseph Pryor, the Omaha native attended Creighton Prep and played football for the Nebraska Cornhuskers in, what he referred to...

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