This week's Friday Live Podcast Extra features William Stibor and Québécois violinist Angele Dubeau, discussing great movie scores.
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This week, TWELFTH NIGHT is the summer show from the Flatwater Shakespeare Company, and once again the group will be performing at the Lincoln Foundation Community Gardens, as well as various Lincoln city parks and other outdoor venues. We will... more››
"This week, the Lincoln Arts Council's annual MAYOR'S ARTS AWARDS will be handed out June 18th at the Lied Center. Executive Director Deb Weber previews the event and also says to get your reservations in now.
Carol Rempp previews the... more››
In this Friday Live Extra, Justin Senkbile reviews the new film, "Sound of My Voice" by Zal Batmanglij, currently showing at the Mary Reipma Ross theatre in downtown Lincoln. Peter and Lorna, a documentary filmmaking couple, infiltrate a... more››
Lincoln City Libraries Director Pat Leach and Gail McNair, who head up the Foundation for Lincoln City Libraries, both drop by to invite everyone to The Mill Coffeehouse on Memorial Day for the 2012 ONE BOOK ONE LINCOLN finalists announcement.... more››
The Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney presents Bill Ray: A LIFEtime of Photographs, beginning June 1st, featuring a retrospective of LIFE photographer and Nebraska native Bill Ray who captured many of the hopes and dreams, the trials and... more››
This week, we're live from Homestead National Monument near Beatrice.
The Nebraska Humanities Council Chautauqua program commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Homestead Act beginning May 20th, as well as other important Acts passed in... more››
This week, Justin Senkbile reviews two movies playing at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center.
In Montreal, a teacher dies abruptly. Having learned of this, a 55-year-old Algerian immigrant goes to the school to offer his services as a... more››
This week's Friday Live Extra features an extended interview William Stibor did with Willa Cather scholar Betty Jean Steinshouer, from the Homestead National Monument near Beatrice.