Jordan Peele has done it again.
The Tony-award winning musical “Come From Away” came to Omaha this past week and recounted the incredibly complex and affecting moments that surrounded the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The India Association of Nebraska and The Hindu Temple hosted a benefit luncheon on Sunday to help victims of the recent flooding in Nebraska.
Vampire Weekend has been successful in indie music since the get-go because of their unique sound and poetic appeal. The band even broke through to reach commercial success as they were a top-tier act at Lollapalooza 2018. However, the band has not released any recorded music since 2013.
Creighton University’s all-female a capella group performed at House of Hope Alzheimer’s Care on Saturday with the desire to invoke joy and happiness among the residents.
I think we’ve all seen a romantic comedy at one point or another. Or, if you’re like me, you haven’t just seen rom-coms, you grew up with two older sisters and can quote all the classics at the drop of a hat. Like all movie genres, some just tend to stick out a little more. If you like sport…
If you’ve seen a small dog in a pearl collar with pink painted nails being walked around the Lied Education Center for the Arts, chances are she’s getting ready for her Wednesday premiere in the spring production of “Legally Blonde” here at Creighton.
Harvard Law School, pink costumes and a blonde wig breezed onto the Mainstage of the Lied Education for the Arts this Wednesday. These three things and more create the major stage production of “Legally Blonde” for the Fine and Performing Arts spring musical.
When the film “Wonder Woman” starring Gal Gadot came out in 2017, it made waves. One of the freshest, newest superhero films featuring a female protagonist, it made 821.8 million at the box office and received a stunning 93 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Little girls all over the world fled to …
Looking to take out some aggression you’ve been feeling towards these cold winter days? Look no further. TKO Fitness, located on 72nd and Grover Street, is an affordable kickboxing gym where you can not only learn how to fight, but get a great workout in as well.
Slowdown is notorious for booking nationally recognized, onthe-rise talent. However, on Feb. 24, they hosted a band that is considered to have already reshaped what rock and roll is today, Dr. Dog.Dr. Dog is known for their nonchalant, spaced out instrumental and soothing vocals. This sound …
Omaha Fashion Week opened this past Monday at the Omaha Design Center for it’s 11th year. Recognized as the nation’s fifth largest fashion event, Omaha Fashion Week showcases works of 65 artists every year.
A night of music, culture, food and education was celebrated on Friday as the Creighton University African-American Student Association hosted their annual Soul Food dinner.
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts currently showcases a two-person exhibit about what it means to be a refugee in today’s political climate is the current exhibit. The exhibit, entitled “I LET THEM IN,” is located in The Old Market.
In his directorial debut, Bing Liu shocks America with a carefully crafted depiction of love and loss. In his Hulu original, “Minding The Gap,” he displays the true stories of three young skateboarders, including himself, in an attempt to break the cycle of anguish in their poverty-stricken town.
The Joslyn Art Museum currently displays a small collection of works from artist Fred Tomaselli. His work is featured in the The Karen and Doug Riley Contemporary Artists Project Gallery and will be viewable until May 5.
I’ve been doing theater since I was 8. I have been in almost 20 productions and have been pegged a “typical” theater kid for as long as I can remember. I get asked a lot why I want to do theater. My friends will ask why I am choosing to major in it and pursue a career that will potentially …
Whether you’re spending your Valentine’s day getting ready for a hot date, studying for your orgo test, or celebrating with your local girl gang, there’s a new album that covers all the necessary bases: thank u, next by Ariana Grande.
Well, it’s that time of year once again. Grocery stores are full of pink cards and red hearts, Gamma Phi Beta’s annual “Carnation for your Cutie” drive is underway and people both single and committed are looking for something to do this Valentine’s Day.
Driving down 10th Street in downtown Omaha, the illumi- nated Blue Barn Theatre is de- signed to attract attention, and the inside is just as impressive. Photographs from countless past productions line the cobalt walls leading to the singular theater at the center. Lauren Gunderson’s play, …
‘Kindertransport’ debuts next week as the spring play for the Creighton Fine and Performing Arts Department. The title refers to the policy enacted by Great Brit- ain to rescue Jewish children out of Germany, months before World War II started.Set in England in the 1980s, there are dynamic r…
On a street corner teetering on the edge of downtown, there is a new and trendy small business making an impact on Omaha’s wellness community. The Grove Juicery and Wellness Cafe opened on May 28th with the goal of providing a variety of nourishment for a sharp mind, glowing body, healthy he…
Ever since J. K. Rowling released the first Harry Potter book in June of 1997, the Harry Potter series grew into a profitable franchise, spanning seven books and eight movies.
The Creighton Symphonic Band and University Orchestra Fall Concert took place on Nov. 18 on the Mainstage theatre in the Lied Education Center for the Arts.
J.K. Rowling’s most recent addition to the Harry Potter universe struggles to develop its characters but still manages to expand the magical lore of a world that many fans love so dearly.
Featuring electrifying musical numbers and a powerful performance by its lead, Bryan Singer’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” may not be groundbreaking, but it sure is entertaining.
Omaha’s breweries, namely The Tea Smith, Sozo and Thirst-tea, provide an eclectic range of teas and other beverages and a place for students to sip their drinks and socialize, during these winter months.
This weekend Hailee Domalgaski’s senior thesis, “Take it or Leave it: A Night of Comedy,” premieres at the Lied Education Center for the Arts on Saturday at 8 p.m.
On Nov. 8, a crowd of people met at the American National Bank in order to catch a glimpse of the famous Salvation Army Tree. Anticipation and excitement crackled through the air; after all, this was the Salvation Army’s annual Tree of Lights event.