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Pick: The Sandlot 20th Anniversary Tour

August 10
The Sandlot 20th Anniversary Tour at Werner Park
Werner Park
12356 Ballpark Way
$5 or $20 for a family of up to six

If you build it, they will come. Damn - wrong movie. But anyways, Papillion did build Werner Park, and The Sandlot's 20th Anniversary Tour has come to screen their Little League masterpiece there. For only five bucks (or twenty per family of six), you can see Smalls and the rest of...

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Pick: Last Summer on Earth Tour

August 9th
The Last Summer on Earth Tour
Stir Cove, 1 Harrah's Blvd. in Council Bluffs
7 p.m., $40.50, stircove.com

If you grew up on alternative rock radio in the 1990s, then the Last Summer on Earth Tour just might transport you back in time. Four of the era's most tuneful hitmakers will join forces for a monster of a rock show. Cracker may just steal the show at this one. The duo of Johnny Hickman and...

Junk Food or Junk Fuel? Both are bad news.

Pushing their pipedream versions of renewable energy, energy independence and national security, Congress and the White House gave us the current law that subsidizes the ethanol industry (and others). It was called the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The disastrous results of that federal foray into capitalist cronyism include our current crisis surrounding ethanol production and the price of corn in the face of a...

Style

FASH FLOOD

Omaha’s biggest fashion event is right around the corner, are you excited? Around this time every year I get a few emails from friends or acquaintances asking questions about what to expect at Omaha Fashion Week. This year, I’m answering the most commonly asked questions so even first timers will have a little insight on what to expect.

What should I wear?

This is undoubtedly the question I receive most often....

Kurt Andersen’s new novel ‘True Believers’ revisits the 1960s

With his new novel True Believers (Random House) Kurt Andersen takes stock of the roiling 1960s through the eyes of a fictional woman whose coming-of-age then unfolded in predictable and inexplicable ways.

Through his narrator, attorney and law dean Karen Hollander, he explores the psyche and culture of holding secrets and coming clean in the modern era of relativism. This accomplished older woman is writing a...

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