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Design Interview: Patrick Leahy

Design Interview: Jeff Day

Design Interview: Drew Davies

Heartland Healing

Biophobia: The Global Epidemic

Sustainability Interview: Jane Kleeb

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<p>  Painting by Kevin Tolman.</p> Pick: Kevin Tolman: Recent Works

Feb. 3
Kevin Tolman: Recent Works
Anderson O’Brien Fine Art Old Market, 1108 Jackson St.
Reception 6-9p.m., exhibit through Feb. 29
Aobfineart.com, 884.0911

Travel and the natural world have informed New Mexico-based Kevin Tolman’s work over his career from Detroit to Ireland to Kansas and LA. Last spring he spent time in Portugal in a town overlooking the sea which brought him a “whole catalog of unfamiliar...

The Fog of Fear

This season’s most entertaining reality show is not American Idol. Nor is it The Voice or any of the other offerings from the networks’ brain trust. No, it’s the series of debates featuring Republican presidential hopefuls that have been airing on various channels since May of 2011. So far, in 25 episodes, er, debates, we’ve seen several candidates voted off the island: Pawlenty, Johnson, Bachmann, Perry,...

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A Mixer in Mad Style

Thursday, February 2nd

Opera Omaha presents…A Mixer in Mad Style

Thursday, February 2nd

House of Loom, 10th and Pacific Streets

7:30 to 11:00 p.m.; $5 for Bravo Club Members, $20 for Non-members

www.operaomaha.org

 

A Mixer in Mad Style

What better way to dispel the stuffy stereotypes about opera than with a party at the House of Loom? 

Executive Director Roger Weitz said, “The party is a fun...

Planet Power

Cosmic Forecast, Jan. 26-Feb. 1

Welcome into the Year of the Dragon. In our culture, dragons are subdued by swords. In other cultures, including the Mayan, dragons are tricked into compliance. Dragons represent the forces of nature. Let’s explore this year dramatically and dynamically, like a dragon. I am a high priest of nature, servant of the sun, and guardian of the twilight well. “May you never thirst.” Check out your Year of the Dragon in...

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<p>  Wale</p> 3 Up 3 Down: Wale

February 1
Wale
7 p.m.
Sokol Auditorium, 2234 S. 13th St.
$25/adv and $30/dos

Wale (pronounced wah-lay) may not be as prevalent in the press as Rick Ross or Lil’ Wayne, but his presence is growing. The Washington D.C. native got his start in 2006 when famed producer Mark Ronson stumbled across his music and would soon score a 1.3 million dollar contract with Interscope Records.  After the label mismanaged...

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