Lincoln's Pinewood Bowl announces new show in summer lineup
Lynyrd Skynyrd is coming to Lincoln's Pinewood Bowl Theater.
Vote for the Nebraska-est Nebraska celebrity
We made our own silly March Madness bracket, and it will, for once and all, decide something VERY IMPORTANT.
Bernadette Peters and Martin Short part of Omaha Symphony's new season
Stage and screen veteran Bernadette Peters and comedian Martin Short are among the names announced today as part of the 2014-15 Omaha Symphony season.
Get to know: Volunteer shines in essential yet unseen stage role
JoAnn Goodhew, 74, is certainly one of the most dedicated and popular theater volunteers in Omaha. And she’s been at it for nearly 40 years.
SXSW: Final day brings some of festival's best shows
The last day to score free sunglasses while waiting to see your favorite band. The last day to visit R&B singer Kelis' new food truck. The last day to frantically search for an available outlet to charge your phone. The last day to get a really good breakfast taco.
Omaha Symphony: A spot-on musical history of Fab Four
Had the show taken place on Friday, the symphony’s visiting faux Fab Four — the spot-on, highly charismatic Classical Mystery Tour Band — would have performed their second of the night’s three encores, “Twist and Shout,” exactly half a century after its debut at No. 55 on March 14, 1964.
Behind-the-scenes tidbits make covering the Omaha Film Festival worth it
“Wedding Crashers” was not written with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in mind. But their involvement got it made with almost no studio or producer interference.
Tickets available for annual Pathfinder Chorus concert
The Pathfinder Chorus, ranked 10th in the world in the Barbershop Harmony Society, has scheduled its annual spring show for March 28 and 29 at Fremont High School.
What to watch: An all-new 'Good Wife' on CBS
In this week's episode, Will turns to an old acquaintance when it becomes clear that Nelson Dubeck's investigation into voter fraud isn't going to go away.
Comedian David Brenner, 'Tonight Show' favorite, dies at 78
David Brenner, the gangly, toothy-grinned "Tonight Show" favorite whose brand of observational comedy became a staple for other standup comedians, died Saturday.