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I Read the News Today. Oh, Boy.

Time again to catch up on recent news items that affect you and your wellbeing.

And don’t let the bedbugs bite. If you’re one of millions of travelers heading out on the road for vacation this summer and plan to stop at a motel, you’ve likely already heard horror stories about bedbugs. We’re told to inspect for telltale signs of infestation: black smudges in the cracks of mattresses, etc. But investigators have...


<p>  Yoga artist in Joslyn's Sculpture Garden.</p> Pick: loom Weaves Joslyn Sculpture Garden

July 28
Loom Weaves Joslyn Sculpture Garden
Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St., 2-11p.m., FREE
(Rain Date: July 29)
Facebook.com/houseofloom, joslyn.org

House of Loom started with loom events, “weaving the social fabric through dance.” Loom Weaves Joslyn Sculpture Garden is loom to the max, a multicultural festival featuring music, dance, body painting, live art, yoga, dance performances and more, to bring...



Share Your Style VIP Contest

SAC Federal Credit Union has partnered with Omaha Fashion Week for a stylish contest leading up to this fall’s OFW. To enter, submit a photo prior to August 8th that shows off your personal style. Then, share your financial style by adding a caption with a creative smart savings tip for a chance to win VIP tickets and treatment at OFW.

After submitting your photo, visit SAC Federal...


<p>  And Friends' Caitlin Little and Sarah Rowe will be performing at The New BLK's Wilde Women Art Exhibit.</p> Pick: Wilde Women Art Exhibit

July 20
Wilde Women Art Exhibit
The New BLK, 1213 Jones St.
Opening 7-10pm, exhibit thru July 31, FREE

In collaboration with A Wilde Time at the Castle: The Witty World of Oscar Wilde Festival, curator Sarah Rowe brings together ten female artists’ (and one Rob Gilmer) multi-media work inspired by the provocative life and work of the legendary 19th century British writer Oscar Wilde. The night...

The Ravelution will be Televised:

Beth Katz admits she was a bit smug when she began her studies as an undergraduate student at Creighton University. She said she walked into her first theology class thinking she had the basics covered when it came to Christianity.

“I thought, when you boiled it down, it was basically the Easter bunny and Santa Claus. I knew Jesus was a big deal but I didn’t know why. I did feel like I had enough of a sense of...

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