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It’s Winter: Are You SAD?

It’s only five weeks before the spring of 2012 breaks across the Northern Hemisphere on the March 20 vernal equinox. Already, since winter solstice, daylight has been getting longer, sunlight more ample. Though the crepuscular shadows are sparing the sunlight more with each passing day, millions of us are feeling the affects of the winter blahs. But as English historian Thomas Fuller wrote, long before the Mamas...

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AIGA Presents Bill Thorburn

February 23, 2012
AIGA Presents Bill Thorburn
Mutual of Omaha
12th Floor Crisstal Room
33rd and Dodge, Omaha NE 68175
Nebraska.aiga.org/events/thorburn

Graphic designer Bill Thorburn has been recognized in nearly every design journal in the industry. A sought after name from Tokyo to Tulsa, he has created a highly respected career without ever once taken a design class. Earning his Bachelor’s in Fine Arts...

Planet Power

Cosmic Forecast, Feb. 9-Feb. 15

Aquarius is the best time of the year to study astrology and all things occult. Logic must/will soon regain its sway over what we have to do and say, but for today… it’s time to study the magique of your/our existence as unique human beings. The occult, or so it seems, is a human attempt to understand and then categorize the subtle world of mysticism that surrounds and roots this physical 3-D manifested reality...

Chris Comes Home

Omaha is a veritable hotbed of talent. The city’s authors and musicians routinely grace national “best seller” lists. Alexander Payne is in contention for more Academy Awards this year. Johnny Carson, Fred Astaire and Marlon Brando, legends all, at one time called Omaha home. And then there’s Chris Blinston.

Unless you happen to have a tattoo in your household, Chris Blinston may not be a household name....

Pick: Red Wanting Blue

Feb. 9
Red Wanting Blue
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $8, onepercentproductions.com

Red Wanting Blue may just be turning up on the radars of those who love honest, hooky heartland rock, but the band has been around 16 years since forming on the campus of Ohio University. The band, led by singer Scott Terry, now calls Columbus, Ohio home. Terry's deep, road-roughened voice is the highlight....

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