<p>  Chevy and her Sirens Team</p>It Takes a Village

Chevy, or Siobhan Naughton Kozisek, owns Sirens salon and is ready to take on Fashion Week for the sixth year. She graduated from Capitol in 1997, where she took a liking to doing makeup over anything else. She’s been at it for over 14 years, often with makeup and waxing being her calling. She started working with media and film, too, so maybe she found just the right combination.

“I’m glad I never knew it would...

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<p>  Neal Duffy on tour with the Neon Trees and Maroon 5. Check out his DJ alter ego W.E.R.D. hitting the decks at House of Loom this Saturday, March 2.</p>The Neal World

Neal Duffy is the guy making your concerts sound crisp and pristine. He’s making every instrument and vocalization reverberate across the auditorium. Currently, he’s on tour with Neon Trees, who will open for Maroon 5 in Omaha March 3. He’s been with Neon Trees for two years since he caught his big break.

Duffy received his education in sound at the School and Audio Workshop in Ohio, then transferred to Iowa...

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Pick: Jonathan Richman

Saturday, March 2nd
Jonathan Richman
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $15, onepercentproductions.com

It's rare to be graced with a musical legend on a local stage, so it's even more of a treat that Jonathan Richman now seems to make regular appearances on the Waiting Room's stage. Richman founded the Modern Lovers in 1970, taking on the Velvet Underground's template for stripped-down, literate...

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Pick: White Mystery

March 2
White Mystery w/ Snake Island and Solid Goldberg
Brother's Lounge, 3812 Farnam St.
9 p.m., $5 at the door

Chicago's White Mystery are on the cusp of releasing their third full-length album, Telepathic. The band recorded the album with Gris Gris mastermind Greg Ashley at his Creamery Studio and it lends new layers to White Mystery's no-frills garage rock. The album, like just about everything White...

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Playhouse Struts, SNAP Parks It, and Witching Hour Monkeys Around

A thank you goes out to those readers that wrote Cold Cream in response to last week’s column. The clear response from everyone was that the OEA Awards are certainly enjoyable for all involved, but ideas for how to improve the experience were quite varied. One notable response was from local playwright Beaufield Barry.

“I love the OEAs and I think that to be taken more seriously they have to take themselves more...

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Peter Millett - Shape Over Time

March 1, 2013
Peter Millett - Shape Over Time
Opening Reception:  Friday 6 - 9 pm

Anderson O’Brien Fine Art Old Market
1108 Jackson Street
Hours: Mon – Wed 10 am - 6 pm, Thurs – Sat 10 am - 9 pm, Sun 12 pm - 4 pm
402.884.0911, http://www.aobfineart.com


At first glance Peter Millett’s sculptures appear economic, precise and physically symmetrical yet upon closer examination imperfections abound, just like...

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Behanding Is Blue Barn at its Best

By Warren Francke

 

A Behanding in Spokane is the Blue Barn at its best with Kevin Lawler directing Thomas Becker as Cunningham, the grim sociopath in search of his missing left hand.

Quick perspective: This company’s treatment of such Edward Albee plays as Three Tall Women and The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? along with Vieux Carre by Tennessee Williams rank near the top of my lifetime of theater-going...

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