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Staying Current with Au Courant

October 24, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Reviews

If beets are on the menu, I’m ordering them. A beet dish I tried during an August dinner at Au Courant Regional Kitchen was the best I’ve had in a long time. The plate of […]

The King of Christmas Music

Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine

Despite Best Buy no longer selling CDs, and big-box stores like Target reducing their music inventory to a few small rows of releases, Chip Davis remains married to the physical product.  His Omaha recording-rehearsal studio is […]

Causing a Kerfuffle

Posted In: Art, Family, Omaha Magazine

Ashley Laverty got bit by the acting bug at the tender age of 6, when she performed in her first play. It is fitting that she has dedicated her career to theater for youth. “I […]

Out of the Blue

Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

It all started with a chair. Then another. And another. Eventually, painter Will Anderson had enough chairs for his first solo show (at Petshop Gallery last year in Omaha). Don’t expect to sit back, relax, […]

Garbage In, Garbage Out

Posted In: Humor, Omaha Magazine

Back in late 1969, America could do anything and meet any challenge. After all, those were the days of the Apollo Project. Neil Armstrong had taken his “small step,” and two days later blasted off […]

Diversity on Stage

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Roses are red. Violets are blue. American poetry publications have a diversity problem. It’s true in Nebraska, too.  It’s easy to assume that Omaha’s published poets are predominantly white people. After all, the anthology of […]

Omaha Poets Populate 2018 One Book One Nebraska

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Nebraska poetry is not all about farms and cornfields (although some of it is).  The state has inspired a wide variety of poets and poems, as demonstrated by the 2018 One Book One Nebraska selection, […]

After Lights Out, Gene Leahy Mall Demolition Scheduled to Begin

Posted In: Downtown, Omaha Magazine

Downtown Omaha turns extra magical the evening of Nov. 22, thanks to the annual ceremony for the Holiday Lights Festival. Festive lights will illuminate the mall until New Year’s Day. The mall’s next transformation will follow […]

Apartments for the Homeless

Posted In: Giving, Omaha Magazine

Once a month, Tiffany Le Colst teaches RentWise, an eight-hour class that educates new renters about the responsibilities of being good tenants. “We go over scenarios that might come up and help clients decide how […]

Have you Herd of the Goat Yoga Craze?

Posted In: Health, Omaha Magazine, People

Megan Roth sits cross-legged on her mat in black shorts, a white tank, and a blue baseball hat with the words “Live Simply” etched into the front. “We know why you are here and it’s […]