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.
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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››
On Sunday, July 11th, the Hastings Youth Theatre, Mishmash Productions, opens its summer production of SHAKESPEARE WITH NOODLES: MACBETH.
Director Margaret Marsh previews this traveling troupe of kids, ages 8-15, who are touring through... more››
This week, the first in a series of interviews about this summer's NEBRASKA REPERTORY THEATRE productions, beginning on July 7th with THE HUMBLE BOY by Charlotte Jones.
Cast members Ryan Kathman and Sasha Dobson chat up this British comedy... more››
This week, this year's ONE BOOK ONE LINCOLN is underway, with a series of discussions on the five finalists. We chat-up the books and upcoming discussions so you can pick your favorite!
And, The Prairie Lofte Education Center in Hastings... more››
The Meadowlark Music Festival is in full force this weekend, and Friday Live will have a full complement of featured musicians on the festival's 10th Anniversary season: newcomers, The Dali Quartet with marimbist Orlando Cotto; Nebraska favorites... more››
This week, the Nebraska Humanities Council's Chautauqua program on Depression era America, BRIGHT DREAMS, HARD TIMES: AMERICA IN THE THIRTIES, will be hosted by the cities of Columbus, June 16th-20th, and North Platte, June 23-27.
We chat... more››
This week, there's a new art gallery in Lincoln.
THE 815 is a new community venue which aims to serve the artists and musicians, located at 815 O Street in the old Pepperberg Cigar Factory right under the O Street overpass and right around... more››
This week, The Tada Theatre readies another production of NUNSENSE.
On Friday, May 28th, the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art in David City hosts the opening reception for its summer show, NANCY BASS: ABSTRACTIONS OF THE VIRGINIA FARM.... more››