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

Doctor Mysterian

Yesterday’s past tomorrow



Big changes were announced this week regarding the next season of Omaha Fashion Week shows. KANEKO, an organization fostering creativity in the arts through progressive exhibitions and programming, will host the upcoming spring fashion shows scheduled to take place in March 2012. “The event has grown to the point where we need a larger space, plus we love the idea of working with Kaneko. What we do in terms of...

Pick: Pretty Lights

Oct. 27

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’ve most likely heard some dub-step, a form of electronic music characterized by it’s glitchy ‘wamp, wamp’ sound and reverberant drum patterns. There are all sorts of variations to the genre and each artist or producer lends it their unique touch. Pretty Lights, real name Derek Vincent Smith, isn’t overtly dub-step, but his music often falls...

Before It’s News

Every published pundit revels in a scoop. We all love to boast: “You read it here, first.” Fact is, that’s hardly ever true. Sure, there have been plenty of times when this column featured issues and insights years in advance of the mainstream media. But it’s also true that there is nothing new about New Age.

The modern era of New Age could arguably date its renaissance to the decade following the tumultuous...


Pick Oct. 28: Paintings by Ed Forde

Fred Simon Gallery

Burlington Place at 1004 Farnam St.

Opening reception from 5-7 p.m., Free



Painter Ed Forde is the current artist featured by the Nebraska Arts Council in its Fred Simon Gallery in Omaha. Forde, a professor of art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, specializes in a cross section of city and rural culture. “My work has been described as western imagery...


Pick Oct. 28: Nebraska Appleseed

New BLK, 1213 Jones St.

7-10 p.m., Free



The New BLK Gallery will host a one-night only pop-up fundraiser on behalf of Nebraska Appleseed, a non-profit, non-partisan law firm devoted to helping low-income families, immigrants and children in foster care. The fundraiser will feature $35 posters from such design artists as Justin Kemerling, Jason Davis, Paul Berkbigler, Doe Eyed, Ella Durham...

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