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Over The Edge

Ah, Maha!

Doctor Mysterian

The Future is Babble

Heartland Healing

Red Meat Roulette

Heartland Healing

Watermelon, Man

Doctor Mysterian

The End of Government

The Passing of a Music Godfather

EDITOR’S NOTE: With the family and Matt’s participation, Chris Hamel has been working on a history of the Ranch Bowl due to be released this Fall. To share your memories and stories of Matt and the Ranch Bowl, go to http://www.theRanchBowl.com

Matt Markel was the godfather of the Omaha music scene, says Nikki Boulay, a local radio deejay who worked with Markel at 93.3 K-ROCK, Omaha’s first alternative radio station...

Five Years Leading Up to 1912

The first thing to mention when describing 1912, the new bar/restaurant scheduled to open July 31 at 6201 Maple St., is that rooftop deck. There’s nothing like it in Benson. Strike that, there’s nothing like it in Omaha. 

We’re talking roughly 2,000 square feet of open-air party paradise with views that overlook bustling Maple Street and the surrounding neighborhood. Partially covered by a pergola, the deck seems...

The Return of Little Brazil, V. 2.0

Landon Hedges had been hounding me for weeks. His rock band, Little Brazil, is playing a sort of “relaunch” show this Saturday, July 19, at The Waiting Room, and Landon wanted some ink to get butts in seats.

“What am I supposed to write about, Landon? I haven’t even heard this new version of your band yet?”

Little Brazil has been around in one form or another for at least 12 years, probably longer. At its core is...

Literary Pick

Journalist to discuss the case of The Omaha Two

Monday, July 21                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           COINTELPRO and the Pollitcal Imprisonment of Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa presentation by Michael Richardson                                                     ...

Trading Places: A Rock Publicist Tries Life in the Van

There are very few perks to being a music critic. It’s a thankless low- or no-paying career choice that usually means being loathed by the very people you’re writing about (if you’re honest). The few perks that come with the job are generally provided by publicists.

Music writers depend on publicists to help them do their jobs. They’re the people who line up interviews with musicians, get them pre-release albums...

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