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E3 2015

The invaders

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Cosmic Forecast, May 10-May 16

Happy Mother’s Day on Sunday! We’ve all got one. This year, Mother’s Day falls on the 13th, along with a Jupiterian conjunction of the Sun, leading to the New Moon/Mercury/Jupiter/solar conjunction and eclipse on May 20th. Take your psychological shoes off and romp unencumbered through the fertile grasslands on/of our Mother Earth. Remember, when your feet are covered with shoes, your world is covered in leather...

Pat Boone:

Pat Boone is a singer first and an actor second and recording is his favorite thing to do.

He started singing with his younger brother at family gatherings while he was growing up. In grade school and high school, Boone said any time there was a call for someone who could carry a tune he’d raise his hand.

It wasn’t long before he was singing at businessmen’s lunches, talent shows and ladies’ club meetings....

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Quintron

May  16
Quintron & Miss Pussycat w/ Vickers, Solid Goldberg
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10, onepercentproductions.com

If your knowledge of New Orleans keyboardists only extends to Dr. John, then you need to make an appointment with Quintron, the cult-hero nightclub organist who truly embodies all of the weird, shamanistic vibe of New Orleans underground culture. Quintron plays a bank of...

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FASH FLOOD: A Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Here’s to the women who not only birthed, bathed and toileted you, but loved you through your less than attractive teenage years. The Reader’s locally focused Mother’s Day gift guide has the perfect gift suggestions for any mom, from the stylish to the sporty –and even those that claim to not need anything (don’t fall for it, it’s a trap!).

1. Bow Shoe Clips by Princess Lasertron, $14

As an unexpected...

Choose Poison-Free Food to Send a Message

Billboard along Cornhusker Highway in Lincoln: “Nebraska #1 for Parkinson’s Disease. Why?” That’s the report we got from writer Steve McFadden on the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society listserv last week. McFadden went on to tell us that he looked into that headline further and found that the Nebraska Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association states on its website, “The world's highest...

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