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Doctor Mysterian

The Future is Babble

Heartland Healing

Red Meat Roulette

Heartland Healing

Watermelon, Man

Doctor Mysterian

The End of Government

Comic Con Report — Day Three & Four

Over The Edge

Cultural attraction, nebraska sesquicentennial, lincoln ne    1992 Silver & Gold: 25 Years in a Cab with Mike Tulis

Our story begins with words of advice received by a 25-year-old Mike Tulis some time at the dawn of the 1990s from his bandmate, Kevin McClay. Young musicians and would-be rock stars, pay attention:

"McClay told me, 'Tulis, I've been in a lot of bands, and the first rule of being in a band is that bands break up, and if you’re okay with that, you’ll do all right with this.'" Tulis paused to take a drink from his...

Heartland Healing

2016.06.07 hydrate-2 Hydrate

Next to air, water is the most vital element for human survival. The human body is 75 percent water. You knew that. But if you’re under the age of 50, you may not know that there was a time that you could actually stoop over a creek or stream and dip into cool, fresh, drinkable water. You can’t do that anymore. No matter how high you go in the Rockies, no matter how far you roam in the tundra, you’ll be hard-pressed...

Doctor Mysterian

The Way of the Wolf

As sophisticated body modification becomes increasingly common, an underground will develop. There will be people who outwardly look normal, but have a series of illegal implants, mostly made with 3D printers. These devices will allow people to change their body shape at will, and some of the more sophisticated implants will allow hair growth or color change.

This will be especially popular in the criminal...

Theater Review

Play Playhouse Does Producers Right

If you liked past stage or film versions of Mel Brooks’ The Producers, you’re likely to love the Omaha Community Playhouse treatment.

If you weren’t that crazy about it before, you’re still likely to love the Playhouse treatment. There’s something special about seeing hometown talents excel in a handsome setting with ultra-professional production values.

And if you’ve never seen this musical about two producers...

Nup 172564 0698 Aping His Way to the Top

Doing a mean Christopher Walken is the stock and trade of many comedians. Same goes for being able to perfect an droolingly incoherent Arnold Schwarzenegger. But how about an impersonation of Christopher Walken doing Arnold Schwarzenegger?

That’s just one of the zany bits that propelled Peter Marr to a spot on “First Impressions,” which airs on USA Tuesday, June 7, at 9:30 Central.

The Omaha native and Westside...

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