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<p>  Fashions by Princess Lasertron</p> Ones to Watch: Omaha Fashion Week 2011

Reported in cooperation with Jessica Stensrud

Omaha Fashion Week 2011 by the numbers: more than 4,000 attendees, 1,125 participants, 125 volunteers, 39 designers, three very special guests and two very determined and dedicated event organizers.

Nick and Brook Hudson, the husband-and-wife team behind what has grown into one of the Midwest’s biggest fashion events, say although this is their third OFW event,...

Radio Day

Public radio's popular Whad'Ya Know?, headlined by creator-producer-host Michael Feldman, comes to the Holland Performing Arts Center for a live, two-hour road show Aug. 13. Produced by Wisconsin Public Radio and distributed by Public Radio International, Whad’Ya Know? calls home base the Monona Terrace in Madison.

Eight times a year cast and crew leave the friendly confines to take their melange of talk,...

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August 13: Bush

August 13

Bush

Stir Cove at Harrah's, 1 Harrahs Blvd., Council Bluffs

8 p.m., $30, stircove.com

 

Alternative rockers Bush will provide Saturday night's alternative to indie rock, as they take fans back to the dawn of grunge-pop. The English band took up the cause of the burgeoning alternative nation of the early 1990s and injected a sense of melody and pop-craftsmanship. That knack for melody sent their...

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August 12: Brandi Carlile

August 12

Brandi Carlile w/ Ivan & Alyosha

The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.

8 p.m., $26 advance/ $30 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

 

Brandi Carlile's great, mostly-overlooked 2009 album Give Up the Ghost shed most of Carlile's overt adult-pop urges in favor of a rougher, more engaging trek through Americana-dappled singer-songwriter fare. Her previous two records carried similar moments, but...

Heartland Healing

The Economy is Bankrupt Because the Planet is Bankrupt

They hover around glowing flatscreens with the wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth. Numbers and readouts declare the prognosis grim. Blips and beeps, numbers blinking indicate things could get worse before they get better. Then again, the situation could even be terminal. Watchers wonder if life support is the last chance.

Are "they" doctors and nurses worrying about a patient in intensive care? Relatives...

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