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Heartland Healing

Death for Profit

Heartland Healing

Crystal Reality

Doctor Mysterian

A series of short predictions

Doctor Mysterian

The Bed Dream Time

Heartland Healing

GMO Shell Game

Doctor Mysterian

Waterworld

In 10,000 years, the earth will all be water. Sea levels will have risen to cover the land, and all life will be in the oceans. Humans will have ceased to exist -- or, at least, ceased to exist as we know them. They will have returned to the seas, like the whales and dolphins before them. There will still be cities, and will still be culture, and will still be all that we know to be human. But it will be based in...

Umar Johnson

February 1 and 2                                                                                                                                                                         Umar Johnson presentation, talkback and signing                                                                                                                                      UNO Weitz Community Engagement Center, Dodge Street...

Heartland Healing

2016.01.26 joint-2 Peaceful, Easy Feeling

I stopped smoking pot in 1969. Glenn Frey didn’t know that when he turned toward me in the control room of Studio B during the making of One of These Nights. In his outstretched fingertips was a smoldering joint he had just rolled and ignited. “Here, man. This is da kine. Tommy had to go all the way to Tarzana for this.”

“No, Glenn, I can’t smoke that stuff anymore. It gets me too fucked up,” I argued. He looked...

Visual Art Pick

Ron campbell “We All Live In a Yellow Submarine”

The legendary Ron Campbell, Director of The Beatles 1960’s Saturday-Morning Cartoon series and animator of the film Yellow Submarine, will be visiting Omaha for a special exhibit. Not only will Campbell’s original Beatles cartoon paintings created specially for this Gallery 72 exhibit, but new Beatles pop art pieces will be created live. The Beatles Cartoon series aired on ABC from September 25, 1965 through spring...

Visual Arts Feature

An old Hollywood hand living in Omaha comes out of the shadows

Omaha is the adopted home of veteran Hollywood screenwriter and literary novelist John Kaye, 74, whose memoirs are published by the Los Angeles Review of Books

The mercurial Kaye came 17-months ago from northern California to work on a new novel (his third) and immerse himself "deep" in a fictional Omaha subplot. 

"I wanted to take a risk with what I was doing. The best decision I made," he said from his...

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