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Red Meat Roulette

Heartland Healing

Watermelon, Man

Doctor Mysterian

The End of Government

Comic Con Report — Day Three & Four

More Prairie, Less Pizzazz

So You Think You’re an Atheist?

Well, so did I at one time — think I was an atheist, that is. At least I had good reason: My first exposure to the concept of God was as a young, baptized Catholic. I was told God was the benevolent Creator. But then I was also told He’d spark my ass with lightning bolts if I ate meat on Fridays, lusted after a girl, spanked the monkey or failed to attend Mass on Sunday. In addition, I could expect to spend...

Dirty 30

It’s been 30 years spent celebrating the subversive world of punk, post-punk, and anything wildly alternative at Omaha’s Drastic Plastic, fittingly placed in the Old Market.

Owner Mike Howard has an undying attraction to music, especially punk and its many subgenres. Howard was working in Denver in the 70s, heard the Sex Pistols and tossed his classic rock albums in the trash according to manager Neil Azevedo....

Planet Power

Cosmic Forecast, Oct. 25-31

Welcome into Scorpio. Happy Full Moon in Taurus — in opposition to the Sun conjunct Saturn — at 2:49 (Omaha time) on Moonday afternoon, October 29th. If your responsibilities (Saturn) allow you to see a break in sight, I’d party ’til the cows come home on Halloween night! Use your imagination. Wha’chu gonna be? Yours truly, your Golden Dragon, Michael DeLyon, Michael P.

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Sports

Game-Changer or Not

Put it this way, when Taylor Martinez is good, he’s very, very good. And when Nebraska’s junior quarterback is bad . . . remember those three interceptions against Ohio State?

But the three interceptions, and a lost fumble when the game had been decided, reflected issues shared by his teammates on both sides of the ball. The 63-38 loss couldn’t be laid solely on his shoulders.

“I think if we can keep him...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: An Evening With David Sedaris

Oct. 31
An Evening With David Sedaris
Lied Center for Performing Arts, 301 N. 12th St.
7:30 pm, $38-$48.
 
Known for his sardonic wit, incisive social critiques of the human condition, and the great skill with which he slices though cultural euphemisms and political correctness, the master of satire David Sedaris will be appearing for a one night only performance at the Lied Center for Performing Arts,...

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