September's First Friday this week boasts a great offering of galleries, live music and more to do. Here's a schedule of some of the happenings.
This year's Maha Music Festival returned to Omaha's Aksarben Village on Aug. 19 and KZUM programmers were on hand to document the two stages of music that featured both local and touring performers including Run The Jewels, Built To Spill, The Hottman Sisters and more.
Isakov will play The Slowdown in Omaha on Sunday. Hear his thoughts on his music's impact on others, farming and playing with a symphony. As heard on KZUM's The ISM Machine on Aug. 14, 2017.
For almost as long as there has been music being made, composers have been fascinated by the cosmos. We asked KZUM programmers to submit their own playlists of eclipse-related songs to help you keep your eye to the sky. Here's what we got.
The event at Live Yes Studios, near 13th and Arapahoe, will benefit its mission to give people who experience disabilities an opportunity to create a vocation which capitalizes on their personal abilities and talents.
Despite his band, the Bebble Rockers, not being able to get to Lincoln, the Jamaican reggae dancehall emcee delivered with DJ Yaadcore at The Bourbon Theatre Tuesday.
Taking Back Sunday, Every Time I Die and All Get Out play Lincoln tonight at 7:30 p.m.
A good loaf of bread is hard to find. It’s even harder when a person has celiac disease or wheat allergies. However, Phil Seng, owner of P.S. It’s Gluten Free, hopes to change that with a variety of gluten-free breads, pastries and other delectable treats.
Lincoln's monthly First Friday art walk this Friday features plenty of visual art and music.