It has been said that the backbone of a music community is its open mics, where musicians, comedians, poets, and others are able to try out new material or get on stage in front of a live crowd for the first time. The Omaha area has many of these events and jams to choose from […]
Return of the Mac (Take Seven) Midtown Crossing at Turner Park will host the seventh annual Mac and Cheese Binge on Saturday, January 21 from 11am to 3pm. The all-ages outdoor event will feature $4 mac samplings from Chef Around the Block, Pa Mas Taqueria & Grill, Ray’s Wings, Pizza and Drinks, Smokin’ Oak Wood-Fired […]
Despite a red-state legislative body that preaches reefer madness and has only gone as far as to decriminalize cannabis in the state of Nebraska, in Omaha, the 4/20 festivities will go ahead as planned. The even better news is that there are several ways to make the most out of this federally-unrecognized holiday, from laid-back […]
Another season of live summer music is here, and Omaha is ready to party. This year, choose from 60 top-notch shows – with more added to the concert calendar daily. The following summer concerts in Omaha through Labor Day include mainstay events and under-the-radar shindigs alike. Some are free, while others directly support the local […]
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 […]
Fitness should be fun, so don’t sweat it if you struggle to get up and get active. It’s okay that it takes inspiration sometimes! If you need a boost or want to switch up your routine, here are ten different ways to use Omaha as a personal guide for fitness fun in 2023. Take nature […]
For seasoned regulars and casual swimmers alike, here are eight excellent city swimming pools to help keep you and your loved ones cool during this bafflingly hot Midwestern summer. Seven spots are in town while one is in Lincoln. The facilities that will close to the public the soonest – early July – sit closer […]
State Sen. Megan Hunt told the Judiciary Committee that various iterations of her proposal have been introduced since at least 1994.
‘We’re Doing It Because There’s A Need.’ Fighting for a Greener Omaha Comes With Success, Setbacks for Students.
Group also seeks to move probation out from under state court system