Local nonprofits have an opportunity to receive Nebraska Humanities grants.
A message of hope and resiliency – something many people may need to hear during the COVID-19 pandemic – is being presented to audiences at Th…
It had to be tough.
Taylor Swift, best known for writing songs about her ex-boyfriends, has done it again.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Fremont High School drama teacher Caitie Hays elected to go with an entirely virtual cabaret-style show, called …
In order to welcome audience members back to see its shows, the Omaha Community Playhouse had to get creative.
Sandhill cranes dance in a photograph by Karen Koder.
Entertainment options such as attending concerts and theater performances haven’t been readily available since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a more than four-month closure, Joslyn Art Museum is preparing to welcome visitors again.
With fabric and thread, Lisa Lubker is piecing the past to the present.
Janice Lee has lassoed a little bit of Nebraska with her rugs.
The John C. Fremont Days Festival has been canceled this year.
Kitty Hoden draws on her nursing experiences when painting pictures relating to the coronavirus.
The Lied Center for Performing Arts has a full slate of concerts on tap for May.
Creativity is a must these days as people look for ways to stay busy at home.
As part of the $2 trillion federal CARES Act passed by Congress to provide economic relief to the nation during the coronavirus pandemic, $75 …
The Omaha Summer Arts Festival (OSAF), presented by First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO), has followed the guidance of the City of Omaha and Do…