First Friday Openings

First Friday Openings

Lincoln: Tugboat Gallery, Lichen Gallery and LUX Center for Arts
Various times, free, all ages
“The Splendor” opens at Tugboat Gallery, featuring Caleb Coppock, Nicholas
Bohac and Phillip Faulker; it is curated by Matt Carlson. The show features
playful manipulation of found imagery through painting, installation, collage,
sculpture and digital imagery.
The Lichen Gallery (2810 N. 48th Street) opens...

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John Estes

John Estes
Bookworm, 87th & Pacific Sts.
6 p.m., free, johnestes.org
Award-winning poet John Estes will read from and sign his new
book, “Kingdom Come.” Estes directs the Creative Writing Program at
Malone University in Canton, Ohio, He was awarded a National Chapbook
Fellowship from the Poetry Society of America - judged by Pulitzer Prize
winning poet C.K. Williams - for his chapbook “Swerve.” More about his work,
and a...

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Maha Showcase hosted by Machete Archive w/ Her Flyaway Manner, Powerful Science and Irkutsk

Maha Showcase hosted by Machete Archive w/ Her Flyaway Manner,
Powerful Science and Irkutsk
Duffy's Tavern, 1412 O St., Lincoln
9 p.m., free, 18 and up, duffyslincoln.com

The Machete Archive will celebrate selection to Maha Music Festival's local
stage by hosting a night of music at Duffy's Tavern in Lincoln. Maha has
asked its three selected local stage acts to curate a night of music to share
their favorite sounds in...

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Red Sky Music Festival Showcase: Mitch Gettman Band, After the Fall, Hookshot

June 30
Red Sky Music Festival Showcase: Mitch Gettman Band, After the Fall, Hookshot
Lava Jay’s, 3623 N. 129th St.
7:30 p.m., $6, redskyfestival.com
Help pick the local bands to open the Red Sky Music Festival. Mitch Gettman, with
bandmates Andrew Malasshock and Adam Gerber, promise a memorable night of local
music comparable to Jeff Buckley and Radiohead. After the Fall was voted the best
rock band on college campuses in...

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FASH FLOOD

LOCAL FASH Tickets for Omaha Fashion Week are on sale now, with prices ranging from $15-$25 for general admission tickets up to $1000 for a VIP table that seats six with all the luxurious amenities. New to OFW’s ticketing system this year is the option for attendees to select their seat for VIP and reserved seating. Planning on attending? Buy your ticket today, as OFW’s twitter account (@OmahaFashionWk) reported...

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Omaha Press Club Open to the Public for CWS

PICK OF THE WEEK June 18-29 Omaha Press Club Open to the Public for CWS 1620 Dodge St., First National Bank, 22nd floor, parking in adjacent hotel garage 11 a.m.-11 p.m., $10 all entrees (includes side), No reservations required 402.345.8008, omahapressclub.org Party like a reporter at the Omaha Press Club during the College World Series, when the rooftop private club with panoramic views of downtown opens to the...

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Raashan Ahmad w/ ADF (Mars Black, Jamazz, E.Babbs) and Evil Squad

June 16 Raashan Ahmad w/ ADF (Mars Black, Jamazz, E.Babbs) and Evil Squad The Hideout 320 S. 72nd St., 8 p.m., $8 Until you’ve seen Raashan Ahmad live, your hip-hop education just isn’t complete. The Crown City Rocker hails out of Oakland, Calif., and epitomizes all the best things about hip-hop culture while maintaining the most positive attitude of any emcee you’ll ever come across. Getting his start with...

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