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Doctor Mysterian

Christmas yet to come

Heartland Healing

Your Tongue Can Save the World


Lit Fest delves into what we fear, how we relate in extremis

Doctor Mysterian

Fire time

Heartland Healing

Flu Shots


Music Mixed with Meaning: Once On This Island, Jr.

Oct. 19
Music mixed with meaning:
Once On This Island, jr.
Rose Theater, 2001 Farnam St.
Saturday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m. and
Sunday, October 20 at 4:30 p.m
$6, 402.345.4849, rosetheater.org

The latest Teens ‘N’ Theater program at The Rose Theater tells the familiar story of forbidden love between people from two different worlds in the calypso flavored musical fable, Once On This Island. Originally...


BUILT TO SPILL w/ Lee Ranaldo and the Dust & Slam Dunk

Oct. 18
BUILT TO SPILL w/ Lee Ranaldo and
the Dust & Slam Dunk
The Waiting Room, 6212 Maple St
9 p.m., $22, waitingroomlounge.com

Boise Idaho’s indie rockers Built to Spill are bringing their Northwest sound to Omaha. BTS is currently on tour in support for 2009’s There is no Enemy and will be joined by new band members Steve Gere (drums) and Jason Albertini (bass) who replace departing drummer Scott Plouf...

Heartland Healing

For the Atheist in All of Us

Fervent or faithless, there is a large or small part of our mind that wants to be sure. “Convince me,” it says. Well, here you are. Just briefly suspend your disbelief and get your science on.

Today’s Course in Miracles lesson reads, “Remember that I am One with God.” Oh, gosh. It sounds so comforting and it’s easy to imagine that aside from the body, on the plane of never-notice, we might truly be One with God....

Lit event offers a written word feast

Writer predilections take precedence at the October 18-19 (downtown) Omaha Lit Fest, an annual orgy of the written word organized by acclaimed resident author Timothy Schaffert (The Coffins of Little Hope).

Nine years running Schaffert's partnered with the Omaha Public Library for the free event that calls the W. Dale Clark Library, 215 So. 15th St., home. As usual, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln assistant...

THE LONELY FOREST w/ Cumulus - Oct. 14, The Slowdown

Oct. 14
Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.
9 p.m., $10, theslowdown.com

Hailing from lovely Anacortes, Washington, indie/rock/pop band, The Lonley Forest, was formed in 2005 after an impromtu raucous garage session inspired the guys (Braydn, Tony, and Eric) to join forces with Van Deusen and his piano-pop. Their music features Van Deusen’s soaring vocals and keyboard melodies held together...

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