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Comic Con Report — Day Three & Four

Style

Go Goth

Dominikat clothing continues to make a name for itself amidst the lacking market for Goths and punks while preparing its classical look for the goth ball this year.

Lee Cunningham was determined to make his own clothes when current fashions, trends and materials just didn’t suit his palette.

Cunningham pointed out it’s difficult to separate fads from what is here to stay, but he suspects the steam punk look is...

Sports

Blackshirts Back

These practice jerseys are a far cry from those distributed in 1964, when Nebraska’s Blackshirt tradition began, as near as anybody can remember, anyway.

Accounts differ on exactly when the originals were purchased and distributed.

And the jerseys were actually not jerseys but rather mesh vests, black ones, pulled over practice jerseys to provide color contrast, in this case the defense from the offense.

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8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Allen Stone

November 1
Allen Stone w/ Selah Sue & Tingsek
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
8:30 p.m., $15.50, onepercentproductions.com

Allen Stone is a young dude from Washington who has delved into a R&B-inflected rock sound that thrives on the sound of vintage soul. After releasing his self-titled second album by himself, Stone signed on with ATO Records and re-released the album earlier this year. Stevie...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Cheap Girls

November 7
Cheap Girls w/ the Front Bottoms
The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $8 in advance/$10 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

On the surface, there's nothing all that remarkable about Michigan's Cheap Girls, but once Ian Graham, his brother Ben and Adam Aymor plug in and kick out the jams, their hook-filled songs are hard to shake out of one's head. Cheap Girls play a brand of power-pop that...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Pick: Read It & Eat Culinary Conference

Saturday, November 5
Read It & Eat Culinary Conference
W. Dale Clark Library 215 S. 15th St., (402) 444-4800.
11:00am, FREE.
 
Read it and Eat is an upcoming Omaha culinary conference at the Omaha Public Library. The menu of events begins at 11am with a greeting by Lois Friedman, an Omaha native who helped launch the Omaha Meals and Wheels, taught cooking classes, conducted cookbook lectures at Canyon Ranch...

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