Refocus Omaha Photographs Local Communities

February 25th, 2021

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Refocus Omaha, a project started by members of Leadership Omaha class 43, in partnership with BFF Omaha, invites locals to participate in a city-wide visual storytelling project. It showcases unique perspectives from Omaha’s diverse communities via images posted on the @refocusomaha Instagram page.

Featuring Leadership Omaha Class 43 Member Catharine Mello and BFF Executive Director Alex Jochim

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15th Annual OEAAs Move Online

February 25th, 2021

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—As most of the last year’s events have moved online, so have the Omaha Entertainment and Art Awards. Luckily, the show will go on with virtual performances and an awards ceremony this Sunday.


Featuring Doug Meigs, President of the OEAA Board of Directors.

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‘Metronome’ Opens at Project Project

February 19th, 2021

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Project Project Gallery in South Omaha will open Casey Callahan’s Metronome tonight. The exhibition is inspired by the science of interference patterns.

Featuring Artist Casey Callahan

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‘Mike Hogan’ After a long Career, He Still Enjoys his Work on The Radio And his Dedication Makes Him a Winner.

February 19th, 2021

By Gabriel Escalera

OMAHA – Mike Hogan does much more than hosting radio shows and his work is been recognized now. He received the Media Partner of the Year award.

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Vesper Concerts Hosts ‘From France with Love’

February 18th, 2021

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Like many performance organizations, the Vesper Concert Series has struggled to put on shows in 2020. They were able to persevere, however, moving concerts outdoors and now, concerts will be available online.

Featuring Kristi Treu, Executive Director of Vesper Concerts

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Joslyn Art Museum Showcases Nebraska’s Native American History

February 18th, 2021

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Wendy Red Star works across media to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society. The Joslyn Art Museum is currently exhibiting her collection featuring artifacts from the 1898 Indian Congress, an unprecedented convening of over thirty Native American tribes during Nebraska’s Trans-Mississippi Exposition.

Featuring Dr. Annika Johnson, Associate Curator of Native American Art at Joslyn.

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