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Renaissance

Renaissance

Twenty Years Ago Omahans grumbled about there not being enough to do here. For a city searching for an image in a flyover state straining to retain its best and brightest and attract new talent, it sounded an alarm.

February 2011
Making Spirits ‘Brite’

Making Spirits ‘Brite’

Travis Freeman teamed up with The Salvation Army and its kettle campaign to shine a light on hunger in Omaha.

December 2010
December 2010 Artfully Speaking

December 2010 Artfully Speaking

Shop the arts for last minute, unusual stocking stuffers. Looking for just one or two more things? There are lots of fun items and activities to be found in the metro.

December 2010
November 2010 Artfully Speaking

November 2010 Artfully Speaking

Camille Metoyer Moten and David Murphy have joined forces to produce a smooth blend of jazz and pop in a holiday album, A Simpler Christmas, and the results are simply wonderful.

November 2010
BRAVO! Sing for the Cure

BRAVO! Sing for the Cure

It used to be the mere mention of cancer connoted a fatal prognosis. Thanks to medical science advances, however, many forms of the disease are highly treatable and survivable today. While it’s true the “Big C” doesn’t mean a sure death sentence anymore, it’s still a scary, serious, and often life-threatening condition. Indeed, cancer is so prevalent in America that almost everyone at some point is affected by it directly or indirectly. The diagnosis, even the word, still conjures feelings of anxiety, fear, resentment and other intense emotions.

October 2010
Artfully Speaking

Artfully Speaking

It’s always fun to look ahead as theatres announce their upcoming seasons. With a wealth of theatre groups in the metro, we are treated to a wide diversity of offerings. Here are a few that I find particularly intriguing or exciting.

September 2010
BRAVO! Kent Bellows: Soul in Motion

BRAVO! Kent Bellows: Soul in Motion

When American realist artist Kent Bellows died in 2005, friends and family wanted his legacy to achieve wider recognition through a major exhibition and catalogue.

September 2010
Emma Erickson

Emma Erickson

One day she was Anne Shirley, exploring the woods and shores of Prince Edward Island around her beloved Green Gables. The next; Mary Lennox, exploring the secret garden of her elderly uncle’s English estate. Sometimes she trekked the prairie with the Ingalls family. At others she sought the Minnesota town of Mankato at the turn-of-the-century hidden to play with chums Betsy and Tacy. Emma Erickson had a lively imagination as a child. It provided her countless hours of magical play which eventually stoked her passion for fashion as an adult.

August 2010
KVNO Classical Kids!

KVNO Classical Kids!

KVNO’s award-winning Classical Kids program is made possible with support from the Soener Foundation, in honor of Mary Soener.

July 2010
Jennifer Pool

Jennifer Pool

you can’t wear white before may 1 or after labor day. patent leather shoes in the winter is a no-go, just as suede shoes in the summer is equally errant. your belt, purse and shoes should always be the same color.

July 2010
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