Books and Bagels, American Hardcore and more

* The book discussion group Books and Bagels will meet at the Bookworm in Countryside Village this Sunday, Dec. 12, at 11 a.m. to discuss This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper. An easy, entertaining read, the book received high marks from Publishers Weekly, which says, “Tropper strikes an excellent balance between the family history and its present-day fallout, proving his ability to create touchingly...

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Santa Paws and Sponsored Tweets

* Lincolnites in need of some gift-giving ideas may want to consider swinging by the Bennett Martin Library at 14th and N, Wednesday at noon for Lunch at the Library. Held in the 4th Floor Auditorium, you’ll get to enjoy free coffee from The Mill and check out “Great Books to Give as Gifts.” The BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) event is sponsored by the Nebraska Literary Heritage Association. For more information,...

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Jeff Koterba Inklings signing

Nov. 27 Jeff Koterba Inklings signing The Bookworm, 8702 Pacific St. 1 p.m., FREE, 392.2877 As the weather turns and the chill arrives, it’s time to start cultivating a winter reading list. Nothing gets you through the cold months of winter better than a couple of good books. Jeff Koterba, best known as the award-winning Omaha World-Herald cartoonist, recently released Inklings: A Memoir, a...

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Giving Thanks!!

In collecting sentiments for this year’s “Giving Thanks” cover story, I noticed a trend. People are passionately, deep-down-in-their-souls grateful for many things — from community and family to Ted & Wally’s and Crossroads Mall — all the time, all year long … they just forget. They forget to pause and grasp their own gratitude, to express thanks to personal saviors and others who bring joy. They need...

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Samll Works/Small Gifts

Through Dec. 31 Small Works/Small Gifts Exhibition Anderson O’Brien Fine Art 8724 Pacific St. and 1108 Jackson St. Opening reception at Old Market location Dec. 3, 6-9 p.m. FREE; Countryside Village: Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Old Market: Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 12- 5 p.m., 390.0717 (Countryside Village), 884.0911 (Old Market),

Making Spirits Bright

Nov. 25 Making Spirits Bright Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St. 7 p.m. FREE, 345.0606 A first-come, first-served event worth taking a chance on is this free holiday concert performed by the Nebraska Wind Symphony and featuring silky smooth vocalist Camille Metoyer Moten of Omaha. The community ensemble of 85 musicians will join Moten, a seasoned artist who is equally comfortable singing jazz,...

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Every Time I Die

Nov. 24 Every Time I Die w/ Trap Them, Howl, Gaza and Baiowolf Sokol Underground, 2234 S. 13th St. 7:30pm, $15, Buffalo, New York should be known for three things: a crappy football team, zesty wild wings, and Every Time I Die. Formed by brothers Keith and Jordan Buckley in 1998, this rock outfit plays southern metalcore riffs that won’t put you to sleep. It’s a style that settles...

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