<p>  <a href=Pick: Moody Blues

Dec. 10

Moody Blues

Orpheum Theater, Slosburg Hall, 409 South 16th Street

7:30 p.m. Tickets $49
(402) 345-0606, http://www.ticketomaha.com

Back in the days when The Moody Blues were regularly on the album charts, they were one of the bands our parents would say they liked. The reasons?  Great melodies and harmonies that frequently rocked. There are many reasons they are still touring and their music...

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Pick: Streets of NYC / Jane Pronko, The New York Series / Roger Bruhn

Dec. 7
Streets of NYC / Jane Pronko, The New York Series / Roger Bruhn
Modern Arts Midtown, 3615 Dodge St.
Reception 6-8 pm; exhibit open Tuesdays-Saturdays 11 am – 6 pm thru Dec. 29
http://www.modernartsmidtown.com/ 402.502.8737

For Streets of NYC, Modern Arts Midtown presents Jane Pronko’s paintings of New York City. “Painting form me is about seeing and the exciting possibility of communicating this...

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<p>  Model: Adam Roberts • Styled by: Jared Spence • Clothing: Paperdoll, Vintage 6107 Maple St. • McLovin, 1010 South 10th St.</p>Made Man

The temperature has finally turned on us. This means it’s time to pack away the tees, tanks and shorts we’ve been wishfully clinging onto just in case one more scorcher creeps into the forecast. Guys, I cannot stress enough that this DOES NOT mean it’s time to replace the summer threads with sweatpants and pullover hoodies. Take this season transition as an opportunity to upgrade your wardrobe. Let me be your...

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Picks: Night Moves

December 5

Night Moves w/ Adult Films and the Renfields

The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $7, slowburnomaha.com

Night Moves basically hit the ground running. The Minnneapolis indie act honed their act before they started playing shows. They quickly earned notice from Minneapolis weekly City Pages, which named them the city's best new band earlier this year. Long-running indie label Domino Records...

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Will Kong Climb Capital Tower?

While we’re waiting for the Witching Hour this weekend and Doug Marr’s latest original play next weekend, keep your eye on the Sower, that seed-spreading statue atop the Nebraska State Capital Building at Friday noon.

I’m hoping something magical happens at the lunch hour performance of King Kong: the Puppet Show in Room 1126. Suppose Kong breaks loose from the puppeteer’s strings, grabs Amelia Barrett,...

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Pick: Late ‘til 8 - Art Ecology: Navigating the Contemporary Curatorial Terrain

Nov. 29
Late 'til 8 - Art Ecology: Navigating the Contemporary Curatorial Terrain
Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St.
Program begins at 7 pm; Cash bar opens at 5 pm
Free with regular Museum admission; $5 per person on Thursdays, 4-8 pm
http://www.joslyn.org/ 402.342.3300


Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, will join Karin Campbell, Joslyn’s Phil Willson Curator of Contemporary...

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Hair Fall

Shannon Stickman is seeing some new styles this fall that call on some older looks while pushing forward with new ones.

Stickman, co-owner of Seven Salon (located near 120th and maple) says key this fall is a “nautural look.” “I’m seeing a lot of work with natural highlights,” Stickman says. “There is more variation between the scalp and ends of the hair ... you see a lot of ruby and punch-looking colors.”

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