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Let Science Lead You to Spirit

Doctor Mysterian

Inside the movie

Heartland Healing

What’s In Your Food?

Theater Feature

Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

Doctor Mysterian

Yesterday’s past tomorrow

Strength in Numbers

“I’m passionate about preservation and restoration,” said Kristine Gerber, Executive Director of The Restoration Exchange Omaha.

The organization, formed in July of this year, represents a merger of three existing groups focused on restoration and preservation: Landmarks, Inc., Restore Omaha and Omaha Urban Neighborhoods.

Landmarks, Inc. started in 1965 but has dwindled in members in recent years.

Gerber was...


Pick: Cults

November 21
Cults w/ SACCO & Mood Rings
Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $15 in advance/$17 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

Cults filter classic pop song forms through a lens of today's indie and electronic pop, distorting the textures of things like 60s girl groups into a distinctly cosmopolitan and modern
feel. The band is centered on guitarist Brian Oblivion and vocalist Madeline Follin, whose...


Pick: Audacity

November 23

Audacity w/ Hunters, Video Ranger
O'Leaver's Pub, 1322 South Saddle Creek Road
9 p.m., $7, facebook.com/eyeballpromo

Fullerton, Calif. band Audacity came onto the scene playing a house-partying brand of lo-fi garage rock. Despite only being in their late teens and early 20s, Audacity in 2009 already displayed a knack for earworm melodies, even when slapping their songs together with slacker-punk...


Sack leader

As David Santos remembers it, Connor Cook was rolling out and he was pursuing the Michigan State quarterback when Nebraska teammate Randy Gregory “blew right past me.”

Gregory, a defensive end, “took a good angle, had a full head of steam,” said Santos, a linebacker. “I already knew Randy was fast, but right then, it was like, ‘Whoa, this guy can move.’”

“This guy” is 6-foot-6, 255 pounds, it should be noted....

Sugar or Honey: Is One Better?

Everyone has a sweet tooth. Of the five basic tastes defining the human palate — salty, sweet, sour, bitter and umami — sweet is the only one we’re addicted to at birth. Human infants display a definite taste for sugar. In fact, as Michael Moss describes in Salt, Sugar, Fat, our addiction to sugar is rooted in our DNA while addiction to salt is by acquisition.

Sugar in its natural form is generally good for us....

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