Friday, May 6, 2022
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Performance artist honors historic Nebraska author by retyping novel

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Tim Youd, a performance artist from Los Angeles, spent six days at the beginning of April retyping the Willa Cather novel "O Pioneers!" on...
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Burritos for better: Lincoln bistro raises money for family who lost house in fire

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By Lauren Dietrich and Haley Elder On Sunday, March 27, Pepe's Bistro had customers in and out of its doors all day, yet the business...
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Edge of the Universe cafe and art museum in Omaha strives to welcome all

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By Haley Elder and Grace Kovar A whimsical leaf-lined arch leads customers into Edge of the Universe cafe, which emulates Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”  This...
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Ash Wednesday services draw large crowds throughout Nebraska

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Ash Wednesday attendance is through the roof at Christian churches around Nebraska. FOCUS missionary Drew Surface and Lutheran Pastor Bill Steinbauer discuss why people...
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GALLERY: Yungblud at the Bourbon Theatre

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The lights went out in the Bourbon Theatre on Feb. 23, evoking a huge roar from the crowd. “Yungblud, Yungblud, Yungblud!” the audience yelled....
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Life after invasion: Lincoln’s Ukrainian community sends prayers and resources to Ukraine

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From supply drives to peaceful protests and vigils, people across Lincoln are showing their support for those impacted by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Unable to...
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Lincoln housing prices rise during population increase, Omaha stays cheaper

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Growing population leads to higher housing prices in Lincoln area Housing prices in Lincoln have risen as the population grows in Lincoln and areas around...
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Downtown Lincoln businesses team up to build up business

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Many small businesses in Lincoln participate in collaborative promotions, such as the recent "Shop Where Your Heart Is" event. Two small business representatives --...
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UNL musical theater coordinator leaves lasting impact on students

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Professor Alisa Belflower is leaving the University of Nebraska-Lincoln after 22 years as the coordinator of Musical Theater Studies. She said her position was...
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More than a meal: Omaha couple unites connection with cooking

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For North Omaha native and chef Wes Zollicoffer and his wife, Candy, food isn’t just an aspect of their business, Feeding Royals, a private...