M’s Fire *Update*

Ice scabs over the charred remains of M’s Pub Sunday morning, serving as a beautiful and terrifying tribute to the decades of tradition The Old Market lost in Saturday’s fire. With the blaze finally contained, we know that the basement of M’s partially collapsed late afternoon Saturday, while the apartment and restaurant ceilings collapsed in the […]

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Fire Destroys M’s Pub

Firefighters have worked in shifts throughout Saturday, battling not only the 3 alarm fire that engulfed M’s Pub, but also the single degree temperatures that have made working outside unsafe. It remains unclear what caused an explosion, which blew out the front window of the building on 11th and Howard around 2:45pm, but witnesses in the area reported the smell […]

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PBJ on Wheels

Peanut Butter Johnnys, a food truck specializing in nut butter sandwiches, made its Omaha debut at the Nebraska AIDS Project’s Night of a Thousand Stars gala  Dec. 5. Now its open  for regular business at Scriptown Brewing Company in the Blackstone District.  Initially the truck will serve food at Scriptown Thursdays through Saturdays during its […]

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Musical Therapy

If you’ve driven by the QLI campus near 72nd and Sorenson Parkway on a Tuesday evening in the spring or fall and heard music emanating from the grounds, there’s a good reason. It means the nonprofit organization is welcoming another local singer or band to the 60-acre campus to raise the roof and entertain residents, […]

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Arbiter of Taste

It’s difficult to express the impact Dave Sink had on people who make up Omaha’s independent music scene. To countless musicians and music fans, Dave, who passed away Jan. 19 from complications of emphysema at the age of 63, was more than just the guy who ran the Antiquarium Records Store in the Old Market […]

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