December’s First Friday included a feature by local tattoo and piercing shop, Iron Brush Tattoo, and its artists displaying an impressive range of style, medium and art from each contributor.
The Killigans are set to host their annual holiday music (with rock star flair) event at 1867 Bar on Saturday to gather winter clothing for Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach.
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It was the band’s first time playing in Lincoln, hailing all the way from Saskatchewan, Canada. They played songs from their new album titled “The Siren’s Song” which was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy.
The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska will hold a Native American Craft Fair will be held on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m at 1701 E St., to celebrate native pride, native talent, heritage, and skill.
1867 Bar's monthly Paws & Draws event features a holiday spin this Sunday, with all proceeds from photos of pets taken with Santa to benefit Lincoln Animal Ambassadors.
The nonprofit arts organization offers art and fine crafts by artists from Lincoln to around the world for purchase this holiday season at their University Place building, which is in the midst of more expansion ahead of renovations.
The Lincoln icon will be remembered at a memorial service on Friday afternoon as well as an open jam at The Zoo Bar on Saturday. An online fund has been set up to help cover final expenses. Lincoln's Jerry Pranksters will also be donating money raised at their show Friday.
Your contribution will help start the station off right in 2018, as we celebrate 40 years on the air. We have some big things in store for this landmark anniversary and every dollar raised by Dec. 31 will support special community events and programming.
The Lightning Bugs brought their moonbeam swing to a sold-out Ferguson House for the first in this year's Soup & Songs series on Sunday.