For nearly 45 years, the Chicago-born band has captivated audiences and rocked arenas around the world, and Lincoln was no exception.
The Jerry Pranksters, Peach Truck and a couple hundred supporters gathered to celebrate the music of the Grateful Dead and KZUM Saturday night
Atlanta songwriter, guitarist and vocalist Heather Gillis made her Lincoln debut at the Zoo Bar Wednesday.
Headlined by Los Lobos, Nikki Hill and Tommy Castro, this year's street festival on July 6 and 7 was the biggest yet.
Since its founding in 2010, the festival brings independent LGBTQA films to Lincoln, supports the community and starts important conversations.
Photos by Kayla Solorzano July 10, 2018 The world's longest active dance band, The Bobby Layne Or [...]
Check out our rundown of First Friday events this week, including art, live music and more.
Featuring live music from Laughing Falcon, Molten, Ron Wax, Burn Affect and Skidtard, food from Crave, a professional flatland demonstration put on by Reklamation Bikes and a raffle.
Molly Nance is the first woman to swim the St. Lucia channel. Nance talks about the swim, and preparation.
The award-winning drummer and vocalist kicked off the monthlong series Tuesday with an inspired set of gospel and soul-influenced jazz.