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<p>Lady Gaga works the Qwest Center crowd during her nearly two-hour-long performance Thursday night. </p> First Lady

So ... some girl named Lady Gaga was in town last night. If you weren't one of the umpteen thousand fans in attendance, here's her set list so you can throw it on your iPod and at least pretend: (Intro) 1. Dance in the Dark 2. Glitter and Grease 3. Just Dance 4. Beautiful, Dirty, Rich 5. The Fame (Interlude) 6. LoveGame 7. Boys Boys Boys 8. Money Honey 9. Telephone (Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce cover) 10. Born This Way...


<p>We hate to get too overly excited about it, but it’s all in the fun of being at South By Southwest, right? Our photographer Robert Robinson ran into R.E.M.‘s Michael Stipe cruising the streets of Austin. The band screened videos from its latest album “Collapse” as part of SXSW’s film festival Wednesday.  </p> Recharged and ready for winners

After one impossibly long 14-hour drive down to Austin Monday night, I am safe, sound and partially recharged in Austin for the 2011 South By Southwest music festival. Tuesday night featured the first year that SXSW tried to bridge the gap between the music festival and the interactive and film portions that precede it, doing so by launching a half-dozen showcases a day early. The night reaped immediate highlights...


First NewBraska Festival slated for May 14

* There's tons of news in the metro this week, so strap in. The folks at The New BLK, Omahype.com, HearNebraska.org, The Slowdown and The Reader, which you're obviously reading right now, are raising funds for the first ever NewBraska Festival. The outdoor event, scheduled for Saturday, May 14 at 12th and Jones streets, is raising funds via Kickstarter.com, in order to bring together 8 or 9 bands, visual artists and...


The Fidelity of DIY

Sic Alps and their decidedly homemade records are not so much lo-fi anthems as they are musical snapshots of the three-piece San Francisco band. That holds true for Sic Alps’ latest, Napa Asylum, which touches on psych-folk, garage rock and ’60s psych-pop in bite-sized musical pieces. The 22-song record is a double-album in the classic sense, clocking in at under 50 minutes. Multi-instrumentalist Noel Von...


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