Venezuelan Street Food

December 28, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Restaurants

The most common misunderstanding new customers have when approaching El Arepón is that they’re going to walk away with a platter of tacos or some other Mexican fare. “South American food is not the same […]

Triple Threat Plus One

Posted In: Encounter, Entertainment, Music

As I sit on the patio of Roast Coffeehouse in Aksarben Village watching people go by while waiting to meet the Clark triplets, it hits me that even though I’ve seen them play in bars […]

Transitorily Yours

Posted In: Encounter, Opinion

I’m going to get real vulnerable here: When it comes to millennial stereotypes, I can verifiably say that I fit within the “coddled” category. Even though I grew up in the context of a middle-class […]

Omaha Home Entryway

Posted In: At Home, Home, OmahaHome

Happy New Year! I finally made it to the finish line on my yearlong makeover, which began in our January 2017 edition. It’s a special treat to feature the results in this first independent issue […]

Beneath The Surface

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

The biblical wise man King Solomon once wrote that there is nothing new under the sun, and in 930 B.C., that bit of common wisdom might have been true. Several hundreds of years later, a […]

Dec. 28-31 Entertainment Picks

Posted In: Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this weekly newsletter here. PICK OF THE WEEK: NYE Parties! Sunday, Dec. 31:  Finding just the right place to go for New Year’s Eve is all about finding what fits. Here are a […]

The State of Volleyball

December 27, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Sports

For generations, football gave Nebraska a statewide identity. But with Husker gridiron fortunes flagging, volleyball is the new signature sport with booming participation and success. Here and nationally, more girls now play volleyball than basketball […]

2018 January/February Museums and Exhibits

Posted In: Calendar, Exhibits, Omaha Magazine

Museums and Exhibits Lines Forming Through Jan. 7 at Darger HQ, 1804 Vinton St. Featuring artists Angie Seykora (of Omaha) and Ying Zhu (a China-Midwest transplant), this exhibit is part of a series of collaborative […]

2018 January/February Performances

Posted In: Calendar, Comedy, Performances

Spectrum Dance Theater: A Rap on Race Jan. 9 at Orpheum Theater, 409 S. 16th St. Based on the 1970 conversation between James Baldwin and Margaret Mead, this production enlivens the conversation on race using […]

2018 January/February Concerts

Posted In: Calendar, Concerts

Black Label Society Jan. 2 at Sokol Underground, 2234 S. 13th St. In concert with Corrosion of Conformity and Eyehategod, this Los Angeles-based heavy-metal band formed back in 1998 and is on tour leading up […]


 
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