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May 10th, 2023

‘The Steel House’ Opens This Week

The Steel House is set to open. The new venue Managed by Omaha Performing Arts will be filling the gap of places that some artists needed to get to Omaha. Ciara Lee From Omaha performing arts has more information about the events for the next few weeks and more details about the grand opening of “The Steel House.”

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May 5th, 2023

‘Benson Theater’ The Place to Visit

This month The Benson Theater doesn’t miss a beat.

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April 28th, 2023

PACE, All The Arts in One Stop

With spring in the air, Pottawattamie Arts Culture Entertainment, or PACE made way in the second quarter without pausing to do things. American Midwest Ballet, has ‘The Wizard of Oz’ on the main stage, and the Chanticleer Community Theater had ‘Into the Woods”

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April 18th, 2023

‘Chevalier’ Part of History That Not Everyone Knows

Chevalier premiers this Friday at the Dundee Theater at 6 p.m. Chevalier is based on the life of French-Caribbean titular musician Joseph Bologne.

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April 17th, 2023

Music From Centuries Ago

String and double-reed instruments have been in our world for a long time. ‘Lamenting Women, Voices of War’s Victims’ emphasizes the importance of music in the ancient world.

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April 6th, 2023

Between Two Covers reviews new thriller

Brent Spencer reviews award winning crime novelist Erin Flanagan’s new thriller Blackout.

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January 31st, 2023

The Samuel Bak Museum Grand Opening

The Samuel Bak Museum: Learning Center is opening over at Aksarben Village and Samuel Bak is donating 512 pieces of art

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January 13th, 2023

MFA, a class of its own in Nebraska

The Master of Fine Arts, or MFA in Writing, is the only master’s degree class of its kind in the state of Nebraska. It is a terminal degree, and students are able to teach once they complete the programorganizations.

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October 17th, 2022

EL Museo Latino, colorful exhibits and ‘Día de Los Muertos’

El Museo Latino has an extensive collection of “Huipiles,” paintings and prints on display until the end of the year.

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