Chantal Pavageaux

A Show For The Ages

August 26, 2019 · Posted In: Entertainment, Omaha Magazine, People

Art is many things to artists, art lovers, critics, and scholars. Two-dimensional art has its passive, observable beauty on the wall or on the pedestal, but the stage is the canvas of the living theater. […]

Tūdūsō-Victoria Hoyt and Demetria Geralds

Tūdūsō

June 13, 2019 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

Art is life, as the poet said, but art is not always everything. Art can be a means to an end, a way to hone interpersonal skills, a way to network, to explore career options, […]

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Ghosting in the Workplace

May 28, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine

An employee who calls in sick during the busiest night of the year is a business owner’s nightmare. An even worse nightmare is when the employee simply decides to leave. “I think the professional courtesy […]

Flavortown Mafia

Flavortown Mafia Puts the Shama Lama in Ska

May 24, 2019 · Posted In: Entertainment, Music, Omaha Magazine

Three things you should know about ska bands: You will never meet one with a really bad attitude; they have the best names; and they are all about fun—ska is about fun. It’s positive, happy […]

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Opiate Addiction and Seniors

February 14, 2019 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Health

Substance use disorders occur when at least one substance or drug leads to distress or impairment that is clinically significant. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of opioid addicts in […]

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Barber in Conversation

February 13, 2019 · Posted In: Art, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

Real poverty, according to author and activist Grace Lee Boggs, is “the belief that the purpose of life is acquiring wealth and owning things. Real wealth is not possession of property but the recognition that […]

Brenton Gomez

December 19, 2018 · Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine, People

Local rapper Brenton Gomez—aka Conny Franko, Conchance, The Wooz, Daddy Woozbuckz, Conny Chrondracula, Chronny, or Econnyome depending on time, place, and project—is a wiry and reflective man of letters with deep roots in South O. […]

Gory, Ghastly, and Gruesome

October 30, 2018 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, People

One day with attorney Marc Delman would barely scratch the surface of his mammoth collection of cultural artifacts. Objects from whimsical pop culture to evidence of man’s inhumanity are stashed in storage and displays at […]

Eric Falk’s Mean Green Pulling Machine

June 17, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Recreation

Horsepower, innovation, and family-friendly fun are at the heart of truck and tractor pulling. The popular motorsport evolved from the agrarian tradition of horse pulling, in which farmers urged their teams to pull sleds along […]

Radical Inclusion

April 10, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine

For the uninitiated, zines are small, handmade magazines typically made from standard printer paper folded, cut, and stapled together. Variations of the form exist, and subjects are limited only by interest: journalism, politics, art, activism, […]