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Lazy-i Podcast Ep. 3 - March 4!

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Jesus Christ Superstar

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Be Besties with Your Beasties

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It’s a lonely old town

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The Grotesque is on Display in UNO’s “Freakshow’

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News You Can Use — Good, Bad, Ugly

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Max Gets Buff

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Jewish Cousins Battle at Barn

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‘Midwestward’ Bound

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Chap-Hazard

Die Antwoord, a South African rave-rap group composed of rappers Ninja and Yolandi Vi$$er, are what some would call an “acquired taste” and others would call “Oh God, no! What is that? Kill it with fire.” If you haven’t seen images of the band, please tell those of us who have seen them what sleeping without night terrors is like. Chappie doesn’t just star Ninja and Yolandi, it’s their movie. Their music is the...

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Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

In the podcast, we mention a great article on "Count" Victor Lustig, which you can read here

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Family Drama, New Lasagna

The Dream

It’s the stuff truly happy stories are made of; A family opens a restaurant around one brother’s love of culinary arts and the other’s passion for vintage style and video games. Everyone eats pizza and they all live happily ever after.
It sounds like a fool proof formula, yet the owners of Be'ne Pizza and Pasta on West Maple road were calling on Robert Irvine and the cast of Restaurant Impossible for help...

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Floating Heads and Butt Shots

Not to get all Running Man up in this joint, but considering how many of y’all strap on Fitbits that measure and record, like, every bodily function, it’s safe to say that technology has officially gotten downright “Jetson”-ian. And yet, somewhat implausibly, the paper-based, luddite-beloved movie poster has survived, remaining largely unchanged in the last hundred-plus years. Hell, even the size of the...

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Dancers on the edge of the fiery furnace

What the Devil? The Omaha Symphony performs “Conga-Line In Hell” ? Huh? The answers to these questions and more lie in wait at the next Symphony Joslyn concert. Re that title, it comes from Uruguayan composer Miguel del Aguila who wrote the piece in 1994 evidently just for kicks. It’s bound to seem grotesque and wild because, given where the dancers are “they have no reason to hold back” says program-book annotator...

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