Fremont Strong Weekend Festival Benefits Flood Victims

In Uncategorized, on May 30th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—Nebraskans are still recovering from flooding earlier this year, and as the water recedes, many people are ready to rebuild and move forward. This weekend’s Freemont Strong Festival gives audiences a chance to support those in need while enjoying two full days of live music, comedy and more in one of the state’s most heavily affected communities.

Featuring Chris Marsh, Ken Phares, and Ty Ingram

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Nebraska Wind Symphony’s Spring Concert is for the Ladies

In Uncategorized, on April 9th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—With the new season comes Nebraska Wind Symphony’s next concert at Elkhorn South High School this Sunday. For the 80-member volunteer ensemble, this weekend is all about women in music—performers composers, and community leaders.

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Omaha Composer debuts Singer-Songwriter album

In Arts, Uncategorized, on February 19th, 2019

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“I was always writing my own music. Whether or not I showed it to anybody didn’t really matter to me, just that I was creating it. I felt this urge. When everyone else was going out to a party I was sneaking off to a practice room to sing and write” – Dryden Thomas. Local […]

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Kate Campbell Returns for Vesper Concerts

In Arts, Uncategorized, on January 12th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—Vesper Concert’s performance season continues into the new year, beginning with solo pianist, Kate Campbell. For over 30 years, Vesper Concerts has hosted some of the most notable contemporary performers, featuring every period of music from the most modern to the medieval. Campbell has received glowing praise from Bay Area publications and has worked with the likes of UC Berkely and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, but there’s another reason she’s a special guest of Vesper Concerts. She was born and raised in Omaha and the first to perform at Vesper as part of their new Nebraska’s Own series.

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Project Project Opens ‘Loophole’

In Arts, Uncategorized, on January 11th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—Project Project Gallery on Vinton Street opens a new exhibition tonight, LoopHole, from Des Moines artist, Rachel Buse. Working mostly in sculpture, Buse shies away from more classical metal and clay, preferring fabric. Gallery Co-founder, Joel Damon, has described her flexible, colorful patchwork objects as a “Macy’s Parade nightmare.”

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The Nebraska Board of Regents District 8 – Hal Daub and Barbara Weitz Full Interview: Election 2018

In News, Uncategorized, on November 1st, 2018

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The Board of Regents play a critical role in the budgeting and outreach for the University of Nebraska. One of the most high profile seats up for re-election is that of Hal Daub, former Omaha Mayor and Nebraska Congressman and current University of Nebraska Regent. His challenger is former University of Nebraska at Omaha Faculty […]

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