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Bees-honey-pollen Hello, Honey! Hasta la vista, hay fever!

Get ready for the glut of commercials and ads for allergy medicines. It’s that time of year again and right now is when anyone who suffers the sniffling, runny nose, itchy eyes and sneezes of hay fever and allergies should take heed. It seems like spring is still a ways off and there is no green grass or budding trees just yet. All that means is that it’s time to get a jump on tuning up the immune system. And drugs...

Poet Bomb Girl

Three-time Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards poet nominee Zedeka Poindexter envies the performing outlets high school-age poets have today. The March 17-April 20 Louder Than a Bomb is a case in point. There wasn't anything like it when she was in school.

"I was working in a notebook, I always did, but there was no place to go with these things," says Poindexter, 39, who's blowing up with her personal anthems...

Filmfest Showcase for indie writer-directors

The metro's work-in-progress cinema culture has lately come of age due to a montage of things. Alexander Payne making movies and bringing world-class film artists here. A surge of indigenous indie filmmakers. The advent of Film Streams. The slate at Omaha's "original art cinema" – the Dundee Theatre.

Often overlooked as contributing to this invigorating mix is the Omaha Film Festival, celebrating 10 years with the...

The World of Online Job Guides

Anyone who’s conducted a job search in the last 15 or so years can tell you that the Internet is full of career resources. Whether you’re looking to make a change or looking for a place to start, there are nearly countless websites dedicated to your purpose. Increasingly, online is becoming the only way to search and apply for jobs. Not to mention it’s one of the best ways to network, get resume-writing tips and...

Theater Review

Jcs 3 Jesus Reborn

By the time Jesus Christ Superstar settles down for The Last Supper, you don’t expect a Leonardo DaVinci look on the Omaha Community Playhouse stage. Instead, when the title character raises red plastic in a picnic setting, you wouldn’t be shocked if he sang, “Red Solo Cup, I lift you up, lets have a party.”

But director Kimberly Faith Hickman doesn’t stray that far from the original. Jesus does refer to the bread...

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