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Game On

Omaha will experience a brand new type of concert from the unique vein of Video Games Live Saturday, June 29. Tommy Tallarico, composer and brains behind the project, will lead a symphonic journey conveying the themes behind classic video games. It has the complexity of classical music but the raw shockwaves of a full-blown rock concert.
VGL has received praise from national names such as USA Today. The concert...

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Pick: The Dunwells/The Blank Tapes

June 29
The Dunwells w/ the Blank Tapes
The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $10, theslowdown.com

This show presents an interesting pair of two up-and-coming indie rock acts. Show headliner the Dunwells are a British folk rock band that sits somewhere between Mumford & Sons and Kings of Leon. When they lean towards electric rock arrangements, they're burgeoning alternative radio success seems a given. The...

Theater Cold Cream

‘Twelfth Night’ Shows Audiences ‘How’ It’s Done

It’s never about the Who, What, When, or Where.

When it comes to performing Shakespeare, the ‘Who’ can be someone famous. You can bring in a star to perform a classic, but that certainly doesn’t guarantee a quality production. The ‘What’ will never be refreshing by itself. In this day and age, even the most obscure of the Bard’s plays have been performed thousands of times across the world. The ‘When’ and...

Pick_Corey Broman & Nancy Lepo

June 28

Corey Broman & Nancy Lepo

Fred Simon Gallery

1004 Farnam Street

Art exhibit opening, 5-7 p.m.

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As mediums of fine art, ink and glass mix about as well as oil and water. But when separated, as in the glass art sculpture of Corey Broman and the fine ink architectural renderings of Nancy Lepo, and appear side by side in the same exhibit, we have work that complements one...

Widespread Panic

             I hate to admit it, but there was a time in my life when I wore hemp jewelry. I liked Phish. I went to kick it in the parking lots at numerous shows, from here to Chicago. I could tolerate a 45-minute version of “Harry Hood,” which was originally an 8-minute long track. I had to be really, really stoned. Otherwise, there was no way that would have ever made sense to me. Despite going to a...

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