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Hidden Toxins in your Food

Conjuring up Good Vibes

Doctor Mysterian

Spock’s Brain

Heartland Healing

The Hidden Pitfalls of GMOs

Winds of Plague

Had your fill of hip-hop, electronic music and indie-rock? Try deathcore band, Winds of Plague, who are headlining this year’s Thrash and Burn Tour. What’s deathcore, you ask? It’s a blend of death metal and hardcore punk defined by its excessive use of blast beats and breakdowns. The California-based group is one of the only deathcore bands to incorporate symphonic elements into their music. Their debut...

Younder Mountain String Band

As if this week's North Mississippi Allstars show at Slowdown isn't enough, Colorado's Yonder Mountain String Band makes a stop in Lincoln to further squash your thirst for jam bands. The progressive bluegrass quartet has generated a massive following of loyal fans since the group's 1998 inception. Much like Phish or The Grateful Dead, Yonder Mountain relies heavily on touring to spread their music and share...

North Mississippi Allstars

In an era where people are “playing” laptops and MPCs more often than ever, it’s refreshing to see some good ol’ fashioned stringed instruments hitting the stage. The North Mississippi Allstars have a few other tricks up their sleeves. Drummer/keyboardist Cody Dickinson plays the electric washboard while brother, guitarist/vocalist Luther Dickinson plays a cigar box guitar called a lowebow. Throw in bassist...

Sports

Help Wanted

Some Huskers were pulling for Wisconsin when it played Michigan State the week before Michigan State came to Lincoln. But Tyler Legate wasn’t among them.

“I was hoping for a good game,” the senior fullback said on the Monday after.

A Wisconsin victory would have helped Nebraska in its quest to win the Big Ten’s Legends Division and play in the conference championship game at Indianapolis on Dec. 3 because...

8 Days-DO NOT USE

Everlast

House of Pain was rowdy. Anyone that grew up in the 90’s surely remembers that hip-hop anthem, “Jump Around.” Everlast, one of the three members of that group, split from the other two in 1996 to pursue a solo career which, believe it or not, actually earned the Irish-American rapper a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance for his duo with Santana. His 1998 hit single, “What It’s Like,” showed a more...

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