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Tomorrow, the road

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

Arts

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

Film

Less to Love but More Loved

Film

Cutting Room for February

Arts

It’s not all “Cute and Creepy”

Arts

From Tucson to Iowa

Arts

Loving Living in the Midwest:

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Bright Future

Arts

Shawn Ballarin

Arts

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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Dining Section

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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Mathiasen green
Arts

‘Something Old, Something New’

The Artist Co-op Gallery, located in the Old Market, will feature this month its Iowa members who put an unusual spin on that old chestnut, “something old, something new.”

“Oldies & Newsies 2,” which will run Feb. 2-28, 2016, includes several artists who will show work from early in their art careers while others will focus on their newest pieces. A few offer both adding a bit of retrospective to their work.

Duane...

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Specials

Fit to a Tea

Tea means different things to different people. Tea can be a brew made with water and almost any kind of plant material. There are teas from herbs, flowers, roots, stems or even bark. Lewis and Clark kept alive during a harsh winter by using the inner bark of cottonwoods growing along the Missouri River in Nebraska. Tea has come to mean almost any type of beverage that results from steeping or soaking botanicals in...

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Nick schenebelen band
Music

Full of Heart

Blues shows coming to The 21st Saloon include the return of a former BluesEd kid who is now part of Kansas City’s Nick Schnebelen Band. All grown up, Heather Newman has been singing with Schnebelen, one of the founders of the popular band Trampled Under Foot, for over a year. Catch The Nick Schnebelen Band featuring Heather Newman Thursday, Feb. 4, at The 21st. Another regional crowd pleaser, Kansas City’s Kelley...

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