How do you get ready to Go?
When I'm going out, I rely on those in the know to find the most fun and interesting things to do in Omaha and Lincoln.
And when it comes to local entertainment, The World-Herald has you covered. Kevin Coffey knows the music scene backwards and forwards, while Bob Fischbach can tell you about all the hot movies and plays. Sarah Baker Hansen is on a mission to find the best dining options in Omaha. Andrea Kszystyniak is on top of the art scene, and Casey Logan keeps us up-to-date on the symphony and other fine arts.
The Go staff is combing through the entertainment news in the area to find the best events for you. We will keep our finger on the pulse of Omaha's nightlife to tell you about the most interesting things happening here.
To do that better, we have redesigned and updated the Go magazine.
So what's new?
→ The look: We've updated our design, with new typography and other elements. Designer Theresa Berens will keep our stories fresh and fun.
→ Quick reads: We know you're busy and don't always have time to read longer stories. Expect more quick hits, lists and charts, along with our regular storytelling.
→ More of you: We want you to have a voice in the magazine. We're soliciting your take on movies, and we want to see photos of you out on the town. Send movie reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit them on our Facebook page, Facebook.com/OWHgo. Submit your nightlife photos at www.omaha.com/gophotos. On that page, you can vote for your favorite photos of the week, too.
Along with adding elements, we've taken some out. Here's what you won't find in Go anymore:
→ Bob's Take: We're moving Bob Fischbach's column on all things movies and theater to the Sunday World-Herald. Check it out there starting Nov. 3.
→ Family-specific events: We still love kid-friendly stuff, but we've moved family outings and listings to the daily Living section and Community Connection, which runs Saturdays in Living. Listings in Go will focus on events that may not be as appropriate for the younger crowd.
As always, if there's something you don't like in Go, or something different you want to see, let me know. Give me a call at 402-444-1349, or email me at email@example.com. I want to hear your concerns. (And feel free to tell me you like it, too.)
Now, get ready to Go!