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Omaha Sneak Expo 2014

A Few Questions with Rodney Conyers By Kyle Eustice   Shoes are shoes, right? Wrong. To many, shoes are a way of life and having “fly kicks” is crucial. Omaha native Rodney Conyers loves shoes like he loves his mama.

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News of the Weird

Lead Story Prominent theoretical chemist David Glowacki was ejected from a classical music concert at England’s Bristol Old Vic in June for disrupting a performance of Handel’s “Messiah” by attempting to crowd-surf in front of the stage. Dr. Glowacki, an

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The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Hank Williams Jr. On the Road By Shout Omaha Staff The Williams clan is huge. Country music legend Hank Williams began as the patriarch, had Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank Williams, Jr. had Hank Williams III and four more Williams

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Sticky Icky

Icky Blossoms Blooms By Kyle Eustice Quietly bubbling under the surface, a young 20-something girl was unknowingly waiting for that chance encounter that would take her out of the math building at The University of Nebraska-Omaha and catapult her to

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Picks of the Week

It’s not every day a Beatle comes to town so when Sir Paul McCartney announced a Lincoln stop on his current Out There tour, people freaked out. They also held their breaths when McCartney canceled several dates due to illness.

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Katie’s Greek Restaurant and Taverna

By Shout Omaha Staff When thinking of things Greek, one might imagine symbols that usually adorn the outer surfaces of buildings containing rowdy college kids, blue and white stripes or the idea of multiple gods with an array of superhuman

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News of the Weird

Lead Story California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo has a huge, 350-student “viticulture and enology” program, preparing its majors for an industry critical to the state’s economy (and with a venerable international cachet) — but puritanical state law

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La Michoacana

By Paul Lukes Every once in a while, I find myself wanting to eat great food without dealing with all the pretentiousness and extra nonsense that comes along with “fine dining.” When that happens, my first choice of where to

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Independence Day Celebrations Omaha Knows How To Party

Omaha Knows How To Party By Shout Omaha Staff Independence Day is upon us once again. The United States Federal holiday commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the United Kingdom. Sound

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News of the Weird

Scott Fistler, twice a loser for electoral office in Phoenix, Arizona, as a Republican, decided in November 2013 that his luck might improve as a Democrat with a name change, and legally became “Cesar Chavez,” expecting to poll better in

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