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Let Science Lead You to Spirit

Doctor Mysterian

Inside the movie

Heartland Healing

What’s In Your Food?

Theater Feature

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

Doctor Mysterian

Yesterday’s past tomorrow


November 11: Wish List: Small art works exhibition

November 11
Wish List: Small art works exhibition
Modern Arts Midtown, 3615 Dodge St.
Reception 6-9p.m., exhibit runs through December 31
Modernartsmidtown.com, 502.8737

Small work by artists from Modern Arts Midtown collection will be featured through the holidays at the recently opened gallery curated by artist and owner Larry Roots.  Art on view includes: richly colored whimsical oil paintings by Wendy...

Planet Power

Cosmic Forecast, Nov. 3-Nov. 9

Observe. Last winter lasted ’til June, and now here we are with Indian Summer ’til November. Six months balanced perfectly. It’s twilight on the beach. Ever seen the “green flash”? I have. Surf the Zuvuya. Next year is the Year of the Dragon, the Mayan rebirth, when the Earth is reborn within the Hunab Ku, which is the GOD of the Maya, the “Mother of All” — the galactic center of our Milky Way. Here come the Maya....


Back In Black

When will the Blackshirts be handed out?

From the beginning that question was clearly a major irritant. So over time, reporters quit asking. Bo Pelini would hand out the black practice jerseys when he saw fit, and certainly not because someone else’s interpretation of Husker tradition required it.

Besides, Blackshirts weren’t simply handed out. They had to be earned, in practice as well as in games.



Pick: David Bazan

November 6th

David Bazan w/ Midwest Dilemma

The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.

$12, 9 p.m., onepercentproductions.com

David Bazan's 2011 album Strange Negotiations has finally sent me full-on into the world of Bazan and his much-revered indie rock band Pedro the Lion. The album, recorded in Bazan's home studio in Seattle, is an album of carefully-crafted, understated indie pop. There's a clean, simple...


PICK: Paul Simon

November 9

Paul Simon

CenturyLink Center, 455 North 10th St.

$45-$85, 7:30 p.m., centurylinkomaha.com

While Paul Simon's biggest hits came with Art Garfunkel, but songs like "Kodachrome" prove  Simon could still hit big on his own. Despite a career that stretches through four decades, Paul Simon has only recorded 12 solo studio records. It's this economical release schedule that allows Simon to continue...

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