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213ce0e0a1166288200087541bfccc4c 18th annual Taste of Omaha

Do you like food? Most people like food, that's a silly question. Do you like live music? Actually, let's put it this way: Do you like a long-running tradition of dance, games, fireworks, and all the food you could eat and then some?

The 18th annual Taste of Omaha is coming this weekend May 29-31 and this year they're partnering with Loessfest to spread the fun across both sides of the river. All three days of the...

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Forgiveness-heart-2 Forgiveness Heals

It is said and written that forgiveness heals. Don Henley sang about it. Jesus taught it. A Course in Miracles describes it as the final solution to the illusion of separateness. It’s the ultimate in healing arts. It’s about forgiveness.

Is that a fairy tale fugue or is there something real to experience about forgiveness? If the opposite of airy-fairy is scientific evidence, then we can stand on that leg if you...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>The opium den will return.</p> A horse with no name

Scientists have developed a yeast that will convert glucose to opiates. Thanks to a laboratory theft, this yeast will soon be on the market, meaning, functionally, anyone who knows how to home-brew beer will also be able to make their own heroin.

The results will be explosive. The federal government will attempt to ban home-brewing products, but this will prove to be functionally impossible. The same cartels and...

NorthStar encourages inner city kids to fly high

NorthStar Foundation nurtures the dreams of young inner city males.

The area’s lone boys-only after school program and summer camp at 4242 North 49th Avenue doesn’t put limits on students, regardless of socio-economic, family or environmental circumstances. It provides fifth to ninth graders academic and exploratory experiences designed to transition them to high school. 

It helps when kids aspire to success and...

Theater Review

Once musical Haunting Power

Once grabs the audience before the musical even begins. It lets the more adventurous in the crowd belly up to the pub bar on stage while the cast musicians strike up spirited songs with rousing vocals and speeding fiddles.

Then Stuart Ward, as “Guy,” an Irish busker turned vacuum cleaner repairman, sings an anguished lament for lost love and starts to leave his guitar and music career behind. But “Girl,” Dani de...

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