Pick: Michael Cosgrove

Oct. 25 Michael Cosgrove The Bookworm 87th & Pacific St.,  6:00 pm, FREE.   “The Imperfect Passage: A Sailing Story of Vision, Terror, and Redemption” is Michael Cosgrove’s novel about his mental and physical journey as he leaves his wife and family behind to set sail across the Pacific Ocean in search of a gratifying […]

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Pick: Hinaya Kyoto Wearable Art/Fashion Show

October 9 – 11 Hinaya Kyoto Wearable Art/Fashion Show Anderson O’Brien Fine Art Gallery Countryside Village, 8724 Pacific Street 10 am – 5:00 pm Appointments available: call Anne Fenner at 402.598.4898 http://www.hinaya-kyoto.com/   Akihiko Izukura’s chic, wearable art is known for its distinctively modern, yet traditional style inspired by ancient kimono techniques from Kyoto, Japan. […]

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Pick: Miss Representation Screening and Panel Discussion

October 10 Miss Representation Screening and Panel Discussion UNO’s Strauss Performing Arts Center 7:00pm http://www.facebook.com/events/376389879097882/ www.omahawomensfund.org   Filmmaker, speaker, former actress, and women’s advocate, Jennifer Siebel Newsom will be hosting a special screening of her 2011 Sundance documentary, “Miss Representation” at UNO’s Strauss Performing Arts Center. The film explores how the media’s misrepresentations of women […]

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Pick: Walking Tour and Grand Jubilee for “The Great Findening”

October 11 Walking Tour and Grand Jubilee for “The Great Findening” Tours starts outside the old Nomad Lounge, 1013 Jones St  Tickets cost $10, and can be purchased the day of.  Call for reservations 402.606.1176 http://www.facebook.com/events/392065294197028/   Feeling tied down by the evil forces of seriousness, mundanity, and human suffering? Blue Barn’s Witching Hour provides […]

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Pick: Marcella Marathon Reading

Oct. 6 Marcella Marathon Reading Benson Branch Library, 6015 Binney Street 1-6 pm, more information at http://www.facebook.com/events/343920705696714/ Marcella was the revolutionary novel written in 1973 about a young Kansas girl’s emotional transition into womanhood during World War II. The work was groundbreaking because it was the first English-written novel to use female autoeroticism as its […]

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