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‘Treasure Island’

Anderson O’Brien Fine Art is currently offering Christina Narwicz, Treasure Island at its 1108 Jackson Street location in the Old Market until June 3.

Narwicz’s colorful paintings-all abstracted patterns and organic forms-are concerned with an ephemeral and unspoken language that exists in our natural environment according to the show statement.

The artist’s evolving work continues to emphasize the elements “that...

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Get On Up, Get Out

May kicks off what looks to be an abundant summer of live music.
Lincoln's Bourbon Theatre has a bunch of cool shows recently announced including J.J. Grey & Mofro Sunday, May 8, 8 p.m., plus Buckwheat Zydeco June 3 and Tab Benoit July 13.

Lincoln's Rococo Theatre presents the always-phenomenal Lyle Lovett & His Large Band Saturday, July 16.

One Percent Productions is delivering great shows nightly. Some roots...

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‘Every Direction is North’

Every Direction is North, a multi-media exhibit with video, artist books, paintings, drawings, & sculpture by artist Shawn Teseo Ballarin, is the featured exhibit in May/June at the Petshop Gallery in Benson. An opening reception for the exhibit, which runs until June 24, is planned for May, from 7-10 pm, during Benson First Friday.

Ballarin is an artist living in Lincoln, Nebraska and represented by Gallery 72 in...

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A Survivor of Murderous African Civil War Finds Refuge In America

The title Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods may suggest something jocular or whimsical. But Tammy Ryan’s 2010 play of that name aims to be deeper and emotional.

In it, a white American middle-aged, clearly affluent single mom connects with a Sudanese refugee working in the market and decides to make his life more meaningful, having him live with her and her teenage daughter. Social responsibility and compassion are the...

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Ginsburg, Hatfield and Smith

Cheri Ginsburg, Linda Hatfield, and Alan R. Smith will have their work displayed at the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery during the month of May. Ginsburg travels extensively capturing images with her camera, then she works in her studio with the images. In addition to exhibiting work at the Artists’ Co-op, Ginsburg shows work in Santa Fe, N.M., on the East Coast and internationally. Hatfield portrays her distinctive...

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