February 23, 2017 by

Top Spot of the Week: Come join our staff, writers, and featured subjects as we celebrate the launch of our new March/April issue. There will be free magazines, food, and fun. Check out our Facebook page @OmahaMagazine to RSVP and learn more: https://www.facebook.com/events/617300711810564/

This year marks the tenth anniversary for Omaha Fashion Week. You won’t be disappointed with all of the local talent there is to see at the fifth largest fashion week in the nation. Fifty-five local designers will showcase their work at the Omaha Design Center. Check out omahafashionweek.com to see all the events happening throughout the weekend. 

O’Leaver’s is having a Table Tennis Tournament today at 8 p.m. that is sure to bring some sport and entertainment to your Thursday night. There will be prizes for first and second place, so play like you are in the finals at the Olympics. 

Barstool Omaha is this Saturday where you can enjoy bar hopping, mini golf, and costumes. There is a fee, but you can feel good about your drinking habit because this event raises funds for United Cerebral Palsy of Nebraska.

Between uber amounts of social media followers, book deals, and visits to late night talk shows, the band Against Me! doesn’t get much rest. Their music can be described as punk, rock, and folk all in one. Against Me! is not afraid to go against the grain in any aspect, embracing the differences among them. Catch this mega popular band at the Slowdown this Saturday at 8 p.m.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Beehive: A 60’s Rock ’n’ Roll Musical is Omaha’s longest-running show. The original cast is back and better than ever, ready to conquer the stage this Friday and Sunday. Tickets are only $35.

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