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Let Science Lead You to Spirit

Doctor Mysterian

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What’s In Your Food?

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Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

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Let’s Talk E. coli — Again

Last week America heard more news out of Atlanta and the Center for Disease Control about another deadly E. coli outbreak. They say this time that it’s a different strain of Escherichia coli, one labeled O145. Usually CDC blames a serotype named O157:H7 but this time O145 is getting the headlines. What’s good about that is that the American public may finally realize not all E. coli is the same and that the most...


<p>  Art by Lester Loving.</p> Pick: Exquisite Lifeforms

June 15
Exquisite Lifeforms: Exploring Creation from the Micro-to the Macro-cosm
Gallery 72, 2709 Leavenworth St.
Reception 6-9pm, exhibition thru June 24

New York-based Pyramidologist and fine artist of pyramids Lester Loving has been researching the practical applications of pyramid science, molecular biology, physics and holistic design for the last fifty years. The Exquisite...

The Sport of Dedication

The sport of roller derby is physically striking – pun intended. The athletes are a visual masterpiece, a hodgepodge of women of all shapes, sizes and colors, united by tight clothes, helmets, and of course, skates. The sounds are stunning, from the crack of pads on the track to the flat smack of moving bodies being stopped abruptly.

It’s well-known that violence draws many fans to a roller derby bout. The Omaha...


Pick: Maps & Atlases

June 18
Maps & Atlases w/ The Big Sleep and Suns
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$12 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

Intricately off-kilter Chicago band Maps & Atlases have built a steady following of indie rock fans, thanks to their indie-pop take on math rock. The band incorporates straightforward elements of folk-pop, which they then dismantle and distort into odder,...


Pick: Ceremony

June 20
Ceremony w/ White Lung, Slut River and Gag Reflex
The Sandbox, 2406 Leavenworth St.
8:30 p.m., $10, slowburnomaha.com

Ceremony have evolved from typical hardcore house-show punk rockers to one of the genre's leading hopes. The California band's growing stature is a credit to their ability to grow and adapt, slowing down the tempo without losing their impact. Basslines now are more likely to lock into...

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