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Summer Concerts in Omaha Through Labor Day

Another season of live summer music is here, and Omaha is ready to party. This year, choose from upwards of 100 top-notch shows – with more added to the concert calendar daily. These local and national acts from June until Labor Day include mainstay events and under-the-radar shindigs alike – some are free, while others […]

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Things to Do in Omaha on 4/20

Although cannabis is unfortunately not yet legal in Nebraska or nationwide, down-to-Earth souls celebrate it with clandestine wit and diehard fervor. Despite a governor who preaches reefer madness, the festivities will go ahead as planned (there is always Delta 8 and legal CBD), with plenty of good vibes shared at premier entertainment venues. So, if […]

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Things to Do in Omaha in the Spring

Freezing rain and gale-force winds cast aside, spring showers more hours onto the day so you can explore your favorite city. On most days, the weather is inviting, far from humid, and chill in multiple senses. Here are ten things you can do this spring to take advantage of the cool weather or make the […]

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A Place for Everyone

Amelia Drake has heard that businesses shouldn’t try to be everything to everyone. But when it comes to The Berkley, the venue located at 19th and Leavenworth Streets she opened with her sister in late fall 2021, she sees opportunities to serve a wide swath of the community. “Every day I’m in the club, I […]

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Switching Things Up (Again)

Yokocho Behind IkaSan Ramen in the Old Market you’ll find Omaha’s newest speakeasy. Yokocho is open Wednesday through Friday from 5pm to 2am, and features cocktails, sake, and Japanese whiskeys. The name Yokocho is Japanese for ‘alleyway’ and serves as a clue to the location of this hideaway lounge. Follow on Instagram for pictures, updates, […]

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A String of Stinging Closures

Culprit Cafe Beignet and Lox fans were met with chained doors at Culprit Cafe this week, and the realization that the coffee and sweets shop had suddenly and permanently closed all three locations.1603 Farnam3201 Farnam1911 S 67th (Inner Rail)Owner Luke Mabie has made no public comment on the closure, and both the owner’s the establishment’s […]

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Stars Turn it Up

Some big shows highlight the month of April, starting with the Monday, April 11, 6-9 p.m., show from Tommy Castro & The Painkillers at Lincoln’s Zoo Bar. Castro is celebrating a milestone as a blues bandleader with a 30th anniversary tour. Castro’s latest CD is “A Bluesman Came to Town,” on Alligator, and he was […]