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Pick: Norah Jones

Friday, October 12th
Norah Jones
Orpheum Theatre
409 South 16th Street
8 pm, Tickets: $51.50 - $63.00

Though she’s worked with everyone from Ray Charles and Dolly Parton to Outkast and Mike Patton since releasing her colossal debut album in 2002, Norah Jones is probably still best known for soothing, piano-laced tunes like “Come Away With Me.”

That’s too bad, because Jones’ range is much more than that, as...

Theater Cold Cream

Mo’ Poe in Midtown Haunts

Poe, Poe and more Poe. Edgar Allan everywhere, all over the Joslyn Castle and Shelterskeltering at the Shelterbelt, both lacking only the rasping caw of a raven to give them the full gothic atmosphere.

And Scott Working’s Tales of Poe, a Metro Community College creation in league with the Castle, came complete with an ominous, open-beaked raven hovering over the castle turrets, courtesy of a poster by Midwest...

Pick: Ballet Folklorico de Mexico

October 14
Ballet Folklorico de Mexico
Slosburg Hall, Orpheum Theater, 409 S. 16th St.
7 p.m./Tickets start at $19

Mexico is renowned for its vibrant, colorful, diverse and long history. One dance troupe, the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, personifies the country’s past through traditional costumes and choreography.

The group was founded in 1952 by one woman, Amalia Hernandez. She gathered her experiences as...

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<p>  Painting by Patty Talbert.</p> Pick: Universal Primitive: James Laurent & Patty Talbert

Oct. 12
Universal Primitive: James Laurent & Patty Talbert
RNG Gallery, 157 W. Broadway, Council Bluffs
Reception 7-10pm; exhibit thru Nov. 4
Dixiequicks.com, 712.256.4140

Neighbor artist-residence at The Harvester Artist Lofts in Council Bluffs, painters James Laurent and Patty Talbert “created a body of work that reflects and enhances each other as artists and as human beings,” Rob Gilmer, RNG Gallery...

CHECK YOUR EGO AT THE DOOR

Years ago, musical legend Quincy Jones produced a single called “We Are the World.” It was recorded at what was then A & M Studios on the old Charlie Chaplin lot in Hollywood. The challenge was daunting. He gathered dozens of the biggest names in music to sing on the record for charity. Diana Ross, Bruce, Michael Jackson, Sting, Madonna, Julio Iglesias, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Rogers headed the list of luminaries....

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