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Ah, Maha!

Doctor Mysterian

The Future is Babble

Heartland Healing

Red Meat Roulette

Heartland Healing

Watermelon, Man

Doctor Mysterian

The End of Government

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Pick: Drawn To Fashion

Nov. 2
Drawn To Fashion: The Illustrations of Mary Mitchell
UNL Hillestad Textiles Gallery
35th & Holdrege St.,
5 p.m., FREE
 
Throughout the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Mary J. Mitchell’s skill as a fashion illustrator earned her such Omaha clients as Topp’s, Goldstein Chapman, Herzbergs, Zoobs, Parsow's and Wolf Brothers, flourishing her career during a period when fashion illustration's role was critical to...

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Pick: “Future Artifacts” / Weston Thomson

Nov. 2
Pick: "Future Artifacts" / Weston Thomson
The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts, 3303 Leavenworth St.
Reception 6-9 pm; exhibit open Tuesdays-Saturdays 11 am – 4 pm thru Nov. 30
westonthomson@gmail.com  402.321.7702
http://kentbellows.org/, 402.505.7161

This solo exhibition, the first for Weston Thomson, features a collection of objects and images resulting from the ethnographic study of...

Theater Cold Cream

Holiday Fare Sans Zombies

Now that we can walk around town without zombies lurching our way, beware a more benign menace: the invasion of holiday theater. It begins Friday with one of the darker seasonal traditions in a different form.

If you’re nostalgic for the Great Depression and suicidal bankers, Bellevue Little Theater offers a stage variation on Jimmy Stewart’s suffering in It’s a Wonderful Life—A Live Radio Play. Let us hope it...

So You Think You’re an Atheist?

Well, so did I at one time — think I was an atheist, that is. At least I had good reason: My first exposure to the concept of God was as a young, baptized Catholic. I was told God was the benevolent Creator. But then I was also told He’d spark my ass with lightning bolts if I ate meat on Fridays, lusted after a girl, spanked the monkey or failed to attend Mass on Sunday. In addition, I could expect to spend...

Dirty 30

It’s been 30 years spent celebrating the subversive world of punk, post-punk, and anything wildly alternative at Omaha’s Drastic Plastic, fittingly placed in the Old Market.

Owner Mike Howard has an undying attraction to music, especially punk and its many subgenres. Howard was working in Denver in the 70s, heard the Sex Pistols and tossed his classic rock albums in the trash according to manager Neil Azevedo....

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