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Pick: The Decatures w/ Two Shakes &  Ground Tyrants

Sept. 27
The Decatures w/ Two Shakes
&  Ground Tyrants
Shamrock’s Pub & Grill, 5338 N 103rd St.
9 p.m., $5

Say what you want about today’s youth, the boys in The Decatures have all of their bases covered, loaded and ready to knock you out of their park and drive it home. The diaper dandies from Lincoln take their cues from yesteryear’s rock’n’roll forefathers, bridging...


Pick: The Growlers w/ Cosmonauts, Gap Dream & Pangea

Sept. 26
The Growlers w/ Cosmonauts,
Gap Dream & Pangea
Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.
8 p.m., $13 at the door

Tucked in shirts. Shiny penny loafers. Candle lit dinners. None of these things describe the The Growlers. In fact, the above is pretty much their exact opposite. A better way to have begun this writeup would have been to take that opening line, extruded it through a gangrene...


Pick: Under Water Dream Machine *Tour Kick-Off Party* w/ CANDY ATTACK & Michael Hulstein

Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N. 62nd St.
8 p.m., $5 at the door,

it’s been said that there is a fine line between genious and insanity. Wait, rewind that. Perhaps I should start with a classic Hunter S. Thompson quote taken out of context. “The Edge... there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over.” I’m pretty...

A Shot At The Dream

In the heart of Askarben Village, just a short walk from Jones Bros. Cupcakes and Askarben Cinema, is another village. Surrounded by the Scott Technology Center’s solid architecture and top-of-the-line security, a pack of entrepreneurs has been housed for nearly 90 days. These 13 men, who make up seven companies and represent five states and two continents, have come together for a shot at the American Dream.


Theater Review

Buy Playhouse Tickets Fast As You Can

It’s not like one reviews a new production of Les Miserables by writing on a blank slate. Not when you’ve seen it many times, from the Orpheum in Omaha to the Palace in London.

Instead, it becomes a question of when the goose bumps first rise and when the handkerchief is pulled from a pocket as the tears first fall.

So what happened on preview night at the Omaha Community Playhouse? I’ll spare you the exact...

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