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Historical fiction gets the treatment at Omaha Lit Fest

The downtown Omaha Lit Fest this Friday and Saturday offers a compendium of writing topics and events around the theme Warped: Historical In/Accuracy, Navigating Fact and Fiction, Past and Present.

Writing about the past is foremost on the mind of founder-director Timothy Schaffert since his new novel The Swan Gondola is set in the late 19th century. When some writer friends had new books of their own out with a...

Art and community meet-up in artist’s public projects

Omaha artist Watie White's humanist public art projects reveal the narratives of transitional urban neighborhoods. The dynamics of locations and the people living there shape his site-specific works.

Three 2014 projects, one completed and the others in-progress, all connect to community organizations whose social justice missions "align" with his own.

"The kind of organizations I am most attracted to are the ones...

Inflammation: Attack of the Sugar Zombies

Mom loved jellybeans. There was always a candy dish on the coffee table even before Ronald Reagan rocketed Jelly Bellies to fame by serving them in the Oval Office. Those little morsels of sugar and corn starch took permanent residence in our living room. One day, about twenty-some years ago, I was sitting across the room from that bowl of temptation, blithely watching television. With but a thoughtless glance...

Slouchers of the World, Unite!

Before I begin talking about this new, high-tech invention called the Lumo Lift, I must explain my affliction — an affliction that has haunted me most of my adult life, one that I've never been able to escape.

I'm a chronic sloucher. I don't know how it happened, I don't know how I got this way, but somewhere, probably in grade school, my body began to form a letter "S" when seen in profile. I blame my height —...

Tradition’s burden

Bo Pelini arrived for Monday’s news conference on the week of the Nebraska football team’s season-opener in a red sports coat that would have made Bob Devaney proud. About the only thing missing, in fact, was Devaney’s signature red fedora.

“I like the look,” Pelini said.

He had worn the coat in honor of Nebraska’s 125th football season, said Pelini, and “I wanted to pay my respects to Coach Devaney and Coach...

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