Omaha's newest brewery opens this week
Old Market's newest brewery Borgata Brewery and Distillery will open its doors to the public this week.
Hansen: Omaha's best bargain shopper and the 100th pair of $1 shoes
Veronika Leonard has missed exactly two Sunday dollar sales at Scout Dry Goods & Trade since moving to Omaha in 2009. At secondhand shopping, she's second to none.
Omaha artist and UNO professor dies at 43
The unexpected weekend death of Wanda Ewing, a tenured associate professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, left the school's art and art history departments in shock Monday.
Ralston man enjoys being famous robot
Tom Headley grew up watching the "Transformers" cartoon. Now he and his friends spend their time being the alien robots in his intricately designed costumes.
Eleanor Parker, who played scheming baroness in 'Sound of Music,' dies at 91
Parker was nominated for Oscars in 1950, 1951 and 1955, but then saw her career begin to wane in the early 1960s. Her last memorable role came in 1965's “The Sound of Music,” in which she played the scheming baroness who loses Christopher Plummer to Julie Andrews.
Oscar race: Who are the early front-runners?
Award season will hit fast forward this week with the unveiling of Screen Actors Guild nominations Wednesday, followed closely by the Golden Globe nominations Thursday.
Where to caffeinate in Omaha: our map of coffee shops
Omaha has a lot of great local coffee shops. A lot. We've attempted to round them all up into one map/list.
Review: Thumbs up for 'Narnia' musical at Rose
Engaging leads, strong staging and a couple of emotional ballads make the Rose's production of “Narnia” more than watchable. Add a ballet-inspired featured dancer and strong design work on scenery, lighting and costumes, and a thumbs up is an easy call.