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April 9, 2010

William Stibor talks at length with Phil Heckman's about his last performances on stage in Lincoln.

April 2, 2010

This week, the annual Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium at UNL gets underway next week. This year's subject is Czech and Slovak Americans, with the lectures rounded out by performances from Czech operas at the Sheldon Museum of Art on... more››

April 2, 2010

William Stibor talks more at length with Allison Hedge Coke from UNK about the Honoring the Sandhill Crane Migration Literary Retreat and Festival III in and around Kearney.

March 26, 2010

This week, Alisa Belflower brings some guest artists from New York City, composer Adam Gwon and playwright Julia Jordan, to preview UNL's reading premiere of their new musical, BERNICE BOBS HER HAIR on March 29th.

The UNL School of Music... more››

March 19, 2010

This week, Friday Live once again kicks off the NET Radio Member Drive with an extended broadcast of interviews and live music from the NET Studios.

Robin Harrell and musicians from The Listening Room in Hastings travel over for some... more››

March 12, 2010

This week, Lincoln Community Playhouse Executive Director Morrie Enders drops by to invite everyone to LCP's Family series production of THE THREE LITTLE PIGS OUT WEST, opening on Friday, March 12th and running through March 21st.

Also,... more››

March 5, 2010

This week, Pam Saalfeld previews the last production of the Norfolk Community Theatre season, SYLVIA by A R Gurney, presented in a dinner theatre format March 4th-7th and 11th-13th.

Poet and artist ANTHONY HAWLEY has another series of 100... more››

February 26, 2010

On this week's program, if you missed Talk Like a Pirate Day last September, you have a chance to make up for it this weekend and next at the Union College Drama Department's premiere of the musical comedy THAT'S WHAT MAKES THEM PIRATES! by... more››

February 19, 2010

This week, the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music present the AMADEUS PIANO TRIO, Saturday, February 20th in the Sheldon Museum of Art. We have a preview.

On February 26th the Hastings Community Theatre opens THE CHILDREN'S HOUR at Good... more››

February 12, 2010

This week, the Sheldon Museum of Art has opened MIGRATIONS, an exhibition of works from six Native American artists who have completed residencies at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, or Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts in... more››

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