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Comic Con Report — Day Three & Four

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: La Traviata

La Traviata
October 5th and 7th
Slosburg Hall, Orpheum Theater, 409 S. 16th St.
7:30 p.m., Friday; 2 p.m., Sunday/Tickets start at $19.00
    
Opera Omaha wants to rock out its 55th season, so it brought big opera back. “We wanted three larger-than-life productions that would excite and energize as many music and art lovers as possible,” Opera Omaha General Director Roger Weitz said via e-mail.

He’s off to...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

<p>  Pottery by David Harris.</p> Pick: Omaha North Hills Pottery Tour

Omaha North Hills Pottery Tour
Oct. 6-7
Big Table Studios; 17171 County Rd. 25, Herman; Too Far North Wines, 111 N. 14th St., Calhoun; Dennison Pottery, 13210 N. 47th St, Omaha; Florence Mill, 9102 N. 30th St., Omaha
Oct. 6: 10a.m.-7p.m.; Oct. 7: 10a.m.-5p.m. FREE
Omahanorthhillspotterytour.com

The eighth annual celebrated fall excursion brings sixteen new and familiar ceramic artists to its four stops. At...

Michael Beasley follows his father John Beasley in becoming a TV-film character actor

Don't look now but Michael Beasley is carving out a film-television career rivaling that of his powerhouse father John Beasley (Rudy, The Apostle).

The nearly 20 feature and made-for-TV pics he's booked the last few years have him on the verge of being one of the industry's next breakout character actors.

He's doing it all too from his adopted home of Atlanta, Ga. and surrounding region, together known as...

Omaha Lit Fest explores women in writing and publishing

It should be no surprise the author of languidly paced satirical novels (The Coffins of Little Hope) that delight in peculiar, piquant details should fashion a literary happening along the same lines.

Novelist Timothy Schaffert has done just that with the (downtown) Omaha Lit Fest, a free celebration of prose, poetry and other word-made-art expressions.

He founded Lit Fest eight years ago and continues...

Ron Hull reflects on his life in public television

Public television was a dream when Ron Hull joined what became the Nebraska Educational Television network in Lincoln. It was 1955 and the broadcast school graduate arrived inflamed with the possibilities of the fledgling medium.

Fifty-seven years later he's still enthralled even though he misses live television and finds himself at 82 having outlived his contemporaries from those pioneering days. It's been...

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