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August 25: Therapy in Motion

The Bookworm, 87th & Pacific, 6 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
Pillowwithaheartbeat.com


Truffles – Truffles the Therapy Dog will be in Omaha with owner Nancy Stanley as the latter promotes her new book Pillow with a Heartbeat: The Heartwarming Tale of a Little Dog Who Finds His Big Purpose. The book is written from Truffles perspective, describing how he became a therapy dog. A therapy dog is trained to provide affection...

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August 18: Yonder Mountain String Band

The Slowdown, 729 N 14th St, 9 p.m., $20/ADV $25/DOS, onepercentproductions.com

Bluegrass has always been a genre hat has walked a fine line between either really cool or really cheesy. The banjo-laden sound has something to do with it; being an instrument that requires efficient skill and speed, but also provoking mocking of backwoods and the movie Deliverance. However, the Yonder Mountain String band took the...

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August 26: The Irish Minstrels: Cliff McKenna, Paddy Finney and Liam McKervey

Aug. 26
The Irish Minstrels: Cliff McKenna, Paddy Finney and Liam McKervey
Holy Name Catholic Church, 2901 Fontenelle Blvd., holynameomaha.org, 6:30 p.m., $10.

Three men are coming to Nebraska from Ireland as a part of their lifelong pursuit of fun and entertainment, or, as the Irish put it: the craic. These three minstrels are Cliff McKenna, Liam McKervey and Paddy Finney and they will be performing a benefit...

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August 24: Derby Girl Bingo Fundraiser for Sk8 the State for MS

The Sydney, 5918 Maple St., sk8thestate.blogspot.com, 8 p.m.

Sk8 the State for MS is a fundraising movement piloted by four Siouxland women who are trying to take a small step in the fight to eradicate multiple sclerosis. Last summer, thre three founding members skated 288 miles across South Dakota and raised nearly $3000. This summer, the group will be making a 250-mile journey through Nebraska. On August 24th...

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The Dirt on Soap

Legend has it that around 2,500 years ago, along the banks of the river Tiber, on the lower slopes of mythical Mt. Sapo, handmaidens would wash clothes. Upstream was a temple, the site of ritual animal sacrifice. On days following rain, maidens noticed the river water produced whitish clumps. When fabrics were rubbed with the clumps, the whites were whiter and the colors were brighter. Legend continues that...

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