Kara Eastman – Solo Profile: Election 2018

September 15th, 2018

By Jeff Turner

The race in Nebraska’s 2nd district has become neck and neck. I had an opportunity to sit down with the democratic nominee, Kara Eastman, to talk about her policies on Taxes, Income Inequality, and her stance on the Mueller Investigation.

Part One of a Nine Part Series

This is one of many stories that aired on KVNO from August to November of 2018.

Bellevue Little Theatre Opens ‘Big Fish’

September 14th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

This weekend the Bellevue Little Theatre opens their 50th season with musical, Big Fish. It’s based on the acclaimed novel by Daniel Wallace and film directed by Tim Burton.

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“Cleft”, at Project Project

September 14th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

South Omaha’s Project Project was a natural choice for the artists, James Bockelman and Michael Ian Larsen. It’s like a sandbox with its plywood walls, exposed rafters, and flexible owners. No strangers to experimentation—the space has gone as far as letting artists plant an indoor forest.

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Amernet Quartet Visits Omaha

September 13th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

This week, the Vesper Concert Series, in collaboration with the Omaha Conservatory of Music and UNO’s International Concert Series will host the acclaimed Amernet String Quartet. The ensemble has traveled the world and collaborated with some of the finest performers and composer of the day.  While none of its current members are original founders, they’re part of a rich tradition, continuing the legacy that began at Julliard in the ’90s.

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‘Portraits of Care’ on Display at Criss Library

September 1st, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Dr. Mark Gilbert might be recognized now as a figure in the medical field, but he is primarily an artist. Raised in Glasgow, Scotland, he finished a degree in the arts and worked as an artist for several years before he approached by a surgeon. The task—a temporary job painting patients.

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