UNL students make dancing robot drones
The idea is to converge disciplines without literally colliding on stage
Hanging out with the Omaha Rollergirls before a big match
When was the last time you took in some live, rough and rowdy female roller derby? Yeah, I figured it’s been awhile.
For two full weeks, Omaha venues will overflow with indie rock shows
Gather your tickets, call in late to work, and get yourself to the club. For the next couple of weeks, a surprising number of awesome indie rock shows hit Omaha venues. We're already wondering how we're gonna get enough sleep.
Dining notes: More Easter dining specials
Two Midtown Crossing restaurants have Easter specials.
Nightlife notes: Storz beer is being served again
Storz Triumph Lager is back on the market after a brief hiatus.
A baseball player was (falsely) convinced a teammate was deaf
When it was it was finally revealed to Jeff Francoeur that Jorge Reyes wasn’t deaf, everyone had some good laughs.
Canada’s Tokyo Police Club kept on being loud
Grooves are the key to good music. That’s the way Tokyo Police Club sees it, and that’s what they brought on their four-years-in-the-making album, “Forcefield.”
Live music calendar
A roundup of live music events in the Omaha area.
Durham Museum’s ‘1968’ exhibit boasts fashions worn by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin
His famous purple felt suit jacket hangs just above his brown leather boots, next to his brown, fringed leather vest and the Sunburst Stratocaster Fender guitar.
Clever French farce will take viewers back
What: Stage comedy
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St., Hawks Mainstage
When: Friday through May 11. Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Exception: No performance Easter Sunday.
Tickets: $35 adults, $21 students
Information: 402-553-0800 or omahaplayhouse.com
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It’s the most performed French play in the world. Or so says the Guinness Book of Records.