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September 24, 2010

This weekend the Lincoln Arts Festival is at Southpointe Pavillion.

The Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music has undergone a name change after over 40 years, becoming the SHELDON FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC to acknowledge its continuing... more››

September 17, 2010

This week, Friday Live travels to Nebraska City for a preview of NET's HISTORY HARVEST PROJECT at the LEWIS and CLARK CENTER on September 12th. UNL Professor of History Will Thomas will tell us all about it.

We chat with Lewis and Clark... more››

September 17, 2010

The NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY headquarters has just completed extensive renovations, and we find out all about it before its re-dedication.

US Poet Laureate Emeritus Billy Collins travels to Kearney for the UNK REYNOLDS WRITERS... more››

September 5, 2010

This week, The Lux Center for the Arts in Lincoln gets ready for its annual art auction.

The UNK Reynolds Writers Series hits the ground running with three acclaimed writers, novelists Fred Arroyo on September 14th, Bret Lott on September... more››

August 27, 2010

This week, a preview of ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA, the next production of the Flatwater Shakespeare Company, opening Thursday, September 9th, at the Swan Theatre in Lincoln. Director Bob Hall and cast members tell us all about the tragedy.

The... more››

August 20, 2010

This week, a preview of the upcoming season at the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln with Ann Chang and Bill Stephan.

Larry Fuerst from St. Mark's Methodist in Lincoln previews the Sunday, August 22nd benefit concert for Kids... more››

August 13, 2010

This week, it's the OSHER LIFELONG INSTITUTE (OLLI) Open House next Thursday, August 19th, and Leta Powell Drake chats up all the great classes and programs available to all those lifelong learners who know that it's never too late to discover... more››

July 23, 2010

This week, musical theatre composer Jim Merillat has been whipping the kids at the Lincoln Community Playhouse into shape for a production of his WONDERLAND HIGH, opening Saturday, July 24th.

The Tada Theatre has a few weeks before opening... more››

July 23, 2010

The Nebraska State Historical Society's administration building is being renovated, and as a result is getting a new piece of art. William Stibor talks at length with artists Adam Brooks and Matthew Wilson about the project.

July 16, 2010

This week the Homestead National Monument of America near Beatrice hosts a celebration of Native American culture on Saturday, July 17th. Homestead's NATIVE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE features singer-songwriter Jack Gladstone, the Many Moccasins Dance... more››