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.
The Zoo Bar hosted SAStacular on Saturday, a farewell show for local musician SAS who is making the big trip to California to record. The show was opened by fellow local artists Will Hutchinson and Jack Hotel.
Local drag kings, C Styles, TJ Romance, and Rex take the stage once again this Saturday at The Alley. The “Boyz Are Back” event will give longtime drag performers one last chance to perform together.
The Nebraska History Museum hosted "70s Boogie Night" on Thursday, as part of its After Hours at the Museum series.
The Old Cheney Road Farmers Market will host its first Holiday Harvest Farmers Market on Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Park Centers Banquet Hall, 2608 Park Blvd. The other two Holiday markets will are set for Dec. 3rd and Dec. 12 during the same hours.
The Blues Society of Omaha will be honored at a Jan. 19 ceremony in Memphis, Tenn. BluesEd, its youth artist development program, has worked to teach blues performance and history to young people in the area since 2001.