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Theater Review

Jcs 3 Jesus Reborn

By the time Jesus Christ Superstar settles down for The Last Supper, you don’t expect a Leonardo DaVinci look on the Omaha Community Playhouse stage. Instead, when the title character raises red plastic in a picnic setting, you wouldn’t be shocked if he sang, “Red Solo Cup, I lift you up, lets have a party.”

But director Kimberly Faith Hickman doesn’t stray that far from the original. Jesus does refer to the bread...

<p>Every day is a day for Star Wars.</p> Superfans of the future

An increasingly large number of Americans will start playacting as characters from their favorite television shows and other mass media in their day-to-day life. It will start simply, with online name generators providing people with names appropriate to characters from science ficiton programming, super-hero comics, rap music, etc. These superfans will then insist on being called these names at all times, even...

March Issue Now on Stands

The concept of design carries different meanings in various fields, but it’s fundamentally about what brings together the elements of form and function. From the clothes on our back to the layout of our cities, from the smallest of logos to the most complex facilities, the work of designers in a multitude of disciplines is everywhere you look. The Reader surveyed five design professionals from different disciplines...

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Be Besties with Your Beasties

Without bacteria we would die. Yet we wage war against them as if bacteria were a mortal enemy.  And we try to kill everything as a solution to any problem. Years ago, Heartland Healing wrote about biophobia, a portmanteau we coined describing humans’ irrational fear of life and living things. We kill animals, insects, weeds, plants, bacteria, viruses without considering the consequences. Our earlier column on...

It’s a lonely old town

The next few years will bring a change in the way people think about antiques. A preservationist instinct will take over, with people being less concerned with collecting items for age, beauty, or value, and instead collect items for historical significance. There will especially be an explosion of collectors with a great interest in regional history, collecting items from local department stores, restaurants,...

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