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Not Enough Bite

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Tomorrow, the road

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Fun With Catholics and Communism

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Ryan’s List Sucks

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Nick Bartholomew: A Study in Taking it (Over) Easy

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A black servant in a 1960s whites’ basement sings of rising hope

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Less to Love but More Loved

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Cutting Room for February

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It’s not all “Cute and Creepy”

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From Tucson to Iowa

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Loving Living in the Midwest:

Cleaning up after an early morning session, Renken is constantly moving as he talks about his last 14 years in the tattoo industry.

Born in Holdrege, Neb., Renken started his apprenticeship right where he is now, at Big Brain here in Omaha, where he worked under one of his biggest influences, the talented Chris Blinston.

Renken said he started out doing largely new-school, heavy color saturation work but he said...

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Bright Future

Thinking about installing solar panels on your home? There are some key questions you need to ask yourself first including: What is the current cost of your electric bill? How much electricity are you using on a daily basis? How much solar energy do you need to generate to offset that usage?

The number and placement of solar panels on your home will depend on the size of your house, the kind of surface area you...

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Shawn Ballarin

Shawn Ballarin is a multimedia artist living in Lincoln. After receiving his BFA from the University of Nebraska, he attended graduate school at Illinois State University. Ballarin can be defined as a multimedia artist because his works stems from painting, printmaking, video and bookmaking. This specific exhibit, Horizons and Patterns, features paintings with the theme of traveling, isolation and change through...

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Portraits of the artists as no longer young

Omaha’s Ellen Struve has written a very clever, frequently amusing play Untitled Series #7. And, at Shelterbelt, director Roxanne Wach keeps it unceasingly alive, especially given a standout, dynamic and definitive performance by Mike Palmreuter.

Struve says that she was partly inspired by the style of romantic comedy movies of the 30s. This bubbles with that jolliness which carries over into the 40s, dwelling, as...

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Omaha Eateries Shut Down For Kayla

SnowMaha Closes Down For The Day

In light of Snowstorm Kayla’s impact on Omaha streets, dozens of area restaurants have opted to close. Stay safe and off the roads today!  If you must travel, be sure to call ahead to your destination and see that they are open before braving the roads.

Crawl for Harmony

Saturday February 20 from 11-3, Midtown Crossing is hoping to warm you up! Black Oak Grill, Brix, Cantina...

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