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A new season of In Concert with the Omaha Symphony
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June 2nd, 2023
The Omaha Symphony Ends Its Season This Weekend
Maestro Ankush Kumar Bahl is finishing his second season with the Omaha Symphony. He describes it as a growing relationship between the symphony and the community.
May 31st, 2023
The ‘Kobzar’s Prayer’ For a Country in Crisis
Yuriy Fedynsky is a Ukrainian-American composer. He grew up in Indiana, and his mother and grandparents came from Ukraine. When he was 16, Fedynsky made it to “The Music Camp Kobzarska Sich” in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, and became highly interested in the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus.
May 30th, 2023
UNO Bands Hosts 5th Annual Conducting Workshop
UNO Bands hosts an annual workshop to enrich the communication skills of area conductors.
May 24th, 2023
Rededicating Memorial Park on its 75th anniversary
Kissing Sailor Statue (aka “Unconditional Surrender” or “Embracing Peace”)is a temporary installation, and it will be here until November 15th of this year. On June fourth there will be a re-dedication of the memorial with the new plaza. 75 years ago, US President Harry Truman inaugurated the park.
May 23rd, 2023
RiverFront Offers Multitude of Fun Summertime Activities
Founded in 2018, The RiverFront combines three parks in the heart of downtown Omaha into one identity. After undergoing renovations, the three parks now connect, serving as a gathering space between the historic Old Market and vibrant north downtown Omaha.
May 22nd, 2023
The Second Year of ‘Salt Creek Song Festival’
Two years ago, two local professional singers put their dedication and work into creating the ‘Salt Creek Song Festival, the first song festival in Nebraska.
May 19th, 2023
A Gallery Inside of ‘The Brownie Bar’
‘The Brownie Bar Bakery’ gives local artists the opportunity to display and sell their artwork.
May 16th, 2023
Omaha’s Children’s Museum Holds “Family Fun Weekends”
Omaha’s Children’s Museum is dedicated to keeping young ones engaged in education and art, all while spending quality time with their family.
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November 17th, 2022
TEDx, Ideas spark ideas!
OMAHA-Technology, Entertainment, Design, or TED’s mission is to spread ideas, TED is a global community, that welcomes people from every discipline and culture who seek a greater understanding of the world.
November 4th, 2022
One-stop and many forms of entertainment
Kris lager, a Nebraska native musician has been touring for about 20 years and he is also a recording artist.
September 29th, 2022
Used bike donation
On September 8th, Bikes4Kidz, a non-profit organization, will be partnering with others to receive used bikes, monetary donations, and volunteers to bring bikes to those who don’t have access to one.
September 16th, 2022
A walk for all
‘United we walk’ featured a 1.14 Mile Journey and it gathered about 2500 people on the Tri-Faith Common. They also had Food Trucks, Live Performances, Family-Friendly Exhibits, and Open Houses of the Tri-Faith Center, Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church, and the American Muslim Institute.
August 31st, 2022
“Amber Ruffing and Lacey Lamar’ at ‘Lunch with the girls’
OMAHA-Lunch with the girls is this Thursday, September 1, at CHI Health Center Omaha from 11:30 AM to 1 PM Online reservations have closed but limited seating may still be available. Visit Girlsinc.org for more information.
August 10th, 2022
Tarana Burke, Inventor of the #MeToo movement at The Holland Center
OMAHA-Tarana Burke will be at the Holland Center this afternoon from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. And the ticket prices had been dropped to 25 dollars using the code Me-too, original price of tickets was up to 100 dollars, but Taylor says that she wants to make sure all people have access to this event and be aware that someone is there to listen.
July 6th, 2022
KVNO’s FM signal is down due to the storm
KVNO FM signal is temporarily out due to the storm yesterday.
May 27th, 2022
The Kim Foundation Suicide Prevention Plan
OMAHA- The Kim Foundation is an Omaha family foundation that provides services throughout the state of Nebraska. The Kim Foundation focuses on mental health and suicide prevention
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May 24th, 2023
Can someone ever truly grow tired of visiting a city with so much to offer?
May 8th, 2023
You’ve Got a Friend, Beethoven
Moscheles’ close, cordial friendship with Beethoven lasted Beethoven’s lifetime, and beyond.
April 23rd, 2023
The Shoe Horn Blows at Midnight
Did the well-liked salesman Willy Loman sell shoe horns?
March 24th, 2023
Morning Classics Top Ten
I love melodies…and guitars…