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Pick: Jamie Burmeister and Company

August 2

Jamie Burmeister and Company

Modern Arts Midtown, 3615 Dodge St

Opening Reception: 6-8 p.m.

Modern Arts Midtown, http://www.modernartsmidtown.com/

      Modern Arts Midtown will close out the summer season with Jamie Burmeister and Company. Expect to see works that are figurative, introspective, psychological and a bit mysterious. The art will leave you with a lot to ponder. The show and its...

Pick: Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism and Renoir to Chagall: Paris and the Allure of Color

Until September 1 Joslyn will display 38 impressionistic paintings to the public. The paintings range in dates from the 1850’s to the 1920’s, highlighting classic talents like Claude Monet and Gustave Courbet.  See how Monet’s work is so meticulous. It becomes obvious how he would sit in front of subjects for days and weeks altering the lights. The exhibit was organized by the Brooklyn Museum. See the early side...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: The Millions

July 26
The Millions w/ UUVVWWZ
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10, onepercentproductions.com

The Millions surprised many Lincoln and Omaha fans when they reformed for a few shows last year. Now just as quietly as they re-emerged, the Millions will once again recede into the shadows after this club show and an Saturday, August 17th appearance at the Maha Music Festival. The Waiting Room show...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: John Hiatt

July 28
John Hiatt & the Combo w/ Holly Williams
Rococo Theatre,
8 p.m., $35 - $45, rococotheatre.com

John Hiatt is an underappreciated icon of a distinctively American brand of roots-based rock songwriting. The Indiana-born Hiatt has recorded since the late 70s, toiling on the fringes of the major label record industry before moving to A&M Records in the late 80s. His first two A&M releases, 1987's Bring the...

Natural Companions for Summer Fun

After a tenacious winter and tedious spring we’ve entered the Dog Days of summer, so named because Sirius, the dog star, reappears in the eastern sky during late summer. Ancient Romans credited Sirius with the heat of July and August. For modern Americans, the warmer days mean vacations, gardening, weekend outings take us into the grand embrace of nature. It also means we encounter the full gamut of what nature...

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