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Conor Oberst talks Dolores Diaz and the Standby Club

Culture

My Incredibly Awkward, Not-So-Funny Interview with Hannibal Buress

Specials

The sour tomorrow

Arts

Power Play

Arts

You done gone to Uganda

Dining Section

Pig Roast, Taco Bar, and a Grand Opening

Specials

Here’s Why

Music

Ten Questions with PEACH KELLI POP

Film

Kathy Garver remembers ‘The Ten Commandments’

Film

Funny Noir Die

Specials

Other lives

There is a popular science fiction concept, that of alternate dimensions that contain versions of us that made different decisions, or lived in worlds with alternate histories, and so their lives have been dramatically different than ours. This concept is true -- there are infinite such dimensions out there, with infinite versions of ourselves living out infinite variations of our lives.

What we don't know is that...

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Film

My Bad?

Sometimes it feels like a bad film is picking on you. What could I have a possibly done to director Joachim Trier to make him single me out like this? Before his new film, Louder Than Bombs, I was positive that I’d never met Trier. Now, I’m paranoid that I may have inadvertently wronged him in the past. What else could explain why Trier would direct film that is a conglomeration of almost everything that I hate most...

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The producers
Arts

Look out, here comes the master race.

You might ask yourself “Self? Who came up with the musical version of Hamlet called Funny Boy? Who struck gold, titillating the public by re-working Oliver Goldsmith into She Shtupps to Conquer? Who found the road to success aboard A Streetcar Named Murray”? Answer: Max Bialystock, one of the biggest names on Broadway: 13 letters. One of The Producers.

Mel Brooks is the man behind the curtain. The whiz of...

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Arts

Tremors in a college town

With a play title of Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England you might expect a trek into science fiction or echoes of Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth.  

But rather, as you’ll learn in SNAP Productions’ staging of Madeleine George’s script, it has something to do with a questionable exhibition in a small college town’s natural history museum, subject of an emerging local crisis.

Most on exhibit, though,...

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Dining Section

Papillion’s Farmer’s Market Offers a Midweek Local Solution

Mid Week Farmer’s Market

Papillion’s Mid-week Farmer’s Market begins Wednesday June 1 at 5pm. The Market runs weekly until 8pm until September 7th at City Park on the corner of Lincoln and Washington. Many weekend Farmer’s Market favorites will share their wares in Papillion, as well many unique to midweek faces.
Papillion Farmer’s Market
Wednesdays beginning June 1
City Park


'Que For a Cause

A pop-up Barbeque...

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