Sawyer Brown known for its 'Nebraska Song'
Sawyer Brown is known for its three No. 1 country hits and 16 studio albums, but here in Nebraska, it's mostly known for one thing.
The increasingly popular art of hand-brewed coffee
Design your own perfect cup with a few gadgets and a bit of patience.
Northwest Omaha bar closes its doors
The Loose Moose Bar and Grill has closed its doors.
New restaurant open in One Pacific Place
The Pig and Finch gastropub is open in One Pacific Place.
Here's the deal with that outdoor art near CenturyLink Center
Years ago, Alan Potash had a vision for a public art exhibition.
Nebraska's best cupcakes and tacos can be found in Omaha, say cupcake/taco experts
Another day, another mention of Omaha food on a food list. Two food lists, in fact.
Small-town Nebraska native becomes big-time comic book writer
Growing up in Lewellen –– a micropolis near the bottom of the Nebraska panhandle –– Van Jensen didn't have a lot of options for comic books.
Watch Alexander Payne's 1985 student film 'Carmen'
Here's a treat for Alexander Payne fans: some of the filmmaker's earliest work, a 1985 short silent film Payne made while he was at the UCLA Film School.
Primer: Hand-brewing coffee at home
To start hand-brewing coffee at home, you need some equipment.
Keke Palmer to become TV’s youngest talk show host
LOS ANGELES — Keke Palmer legally cannot buy beer. But she can host a daily talk show.
Waxahatchee’s vague lyrics hide personal feelings
Waxahatchee rose out of Katie Crutchfield’s old bands, and a few bad breakups.
The best bar/restaurant patios in the Omaha area
It's outdoor dining time again for Omahans. That narrow window of warm -- but not too warm -- weather that makes the ingestion process a bit more enjoyable.
Here's who'd play Pelini, Osborne and 19 other Nebraska celebrities in a movie
When Hollywood comes calling to tell the story of one of our own, we need to be ready with some casting suggestions because the movie executives will certainly want to hear what we think.
'That thing is atrocious': Rusty steel panel in downtown Papillion plaza spurs complaints
The panel is made of weathering steel that's commonly used in building designs. It's supposed to be turning into a vibrant orange panel emblazoned with a monarch butterfly, but the transformation process is taking longer than expected.
Paul McCartney's best moments (and also his weirdest)
Paul McCartney, who will perform in Lincoln this summer, is responsible for some of the most beautiful pop music ever recorded. But he’s had some head-scratching moments, too.
Watch Westside High seniors Jack and Jack answer fan calls
Vine superstars and Omaha residents Jack and Jack were in studio with Mike'l Severe. Fans called in with questions for the guys from across the country.
‘Wonder Bread Years’: Tickets on sale now for salute to baby boomer generation
Tickets go on sale today at the Omaha Community Playhouse for “The Wonder Bread Years,” Pat Hazell’s comedy salute to the baby boomer generation.
An early look at the new Beercade (photos)
A new Beercade's only a few months away, and the owners let us look at the new space next door.
Michael W. Smith will perform at the Nebraska State Fair
Michael W. Smith will headline the Nebraska State Fair’s Christian concert on Thursday, Aug. 28.
Smith will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the Heartland Events Center.
The multiple Grammy Award winner has sold more than 15 million albums, has had 28 No. 1 hits and 40 Dove Awards, making him one of the nation’s favorite mainstream Christian artists.
Listen: Larry the Cable Guy tells us about his recent injury on a movie set
In this clip from Monday's "The Bottom Line," Larry the Cable Guy talks about his benefit show for the Team Jack Foundation, his recent injury and what kind of Husker fan he is.
Paul McCartney will play Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena this summer
It will be his first time performing in Lincoln, but he did play Omaha in 2005.
This York man has nearly 5,998 more salt and pepper shakers than you do
Vernon Browitt never imagined his hobby of collecting salt and pepper shakers would result in several thousand of them.
'Tis soon Talk Like Shakespeare Day; hence be mirthful!
William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday won’t go unheralded this week in Omaha. Nebraska Shakespeare is sponsoring Talk Like Shakespeare Day on Wednesday, which also marks the kickoff of its 17th annual sonnet writing contest.
Jon Stewart might be real king of late night
‘The Daily Show’ rivals ‘SNL’ in how it influences tastes and launches stars.
We covered Coachella
Rock Candy correspondents Joel Henriksen and Keith Finn were at Coachella over the weekend.
Film Streams to screen special-interest movie this week
Two movie screenings at the downtown theater will be of special interest to travel-film buffs and to people with special needs preparing to join the work force.
Country music singer Kevin Sharp dies at 43
Kevin Sharp, a country music singer who recorded multiple chart-topping songs and survived a well-publicized battle with cancer, has died. He was 43.
Debate still simmers over Field of Dreams site
Twenty-five years after "The Field of Dreams" debuted in movie theaters, the Iowa farm where it was filmed remains at the center of simmering debates.
The 8 most untrustworthy artificial intelligences in film
With the release of “Transcendence,” the story of a computer science genius whose mind is merged with a sentient system, Hollywood has once again probed the vagaries of artificial intelligence.