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 Friday, July 20

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New movies and TV streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and HBO Now

Including "Succession," "The Snowman" and Sacha Baron Cohen's latest joint. Read more

Omaha native stars alongside Kristin Chenoweth in one of TV's funniest sitcoms

Omaha native and Creighton Prep grad Nicholas D’Agosto has been working in movies and TV for nearly 20 years, getting his start as ethical committee chairman Larry Fouch in Alexander Payne’s 1999 comedy, “Election.” Read more

Review: Denzel Washington's first sequel ever is just terrible, one of the year's worst

“The Equalizer 2" is a dour, sour and overlong slog that manages to bore even when it’s snapping necks, exploding heads and impaling henchmen with harpoons. Read more

Photos: Tibetan monks build sacred sand painting at Omaha Healing Arts Center

Tibetan monks of the Gaden Shartse Monastery in southern India are re-creating an ancient tradition by building a sacred sand painting at the Omaha Healing Arts Center in the Old Market.  Read more

No, Britney Spears' boyfriend didn't play Husker football

Men's Health reported this week that Britney Spears' boyfriend was on the Nebraska football team in the Bo Pelini era, but the Husker athletic department says it has no such record. Read more

90 years ago, someone flipped the bird in a movie for the first time. He was from Omaha

Spoilers: It was Harold Lloyd. Read more

Subscribers onlyLife after Donut Stop: Sarah Baker Hansen's favorite Omaha-area spots

Like most Omaha teens of the '90s, I spent a handful of very, very late nights at the Donut Stop. They all sort of run together now, but I know they often happened after shows at Sokol Underground, after nights of after-hours dancing or after hitting the downtown bars, once I was old enough. Read more

Review: Hall & Oates, Train play 40 years of hits at CenturyLink Center

Daryl Hall and John Oates shared a bill with Train Wednesday night at the CenturyLink Center, and the combo made for a night full of hit songs spanning the last, oh, 40 years of pop music. Read more

Subscribers onlyA Jesuit, an actor and a playwright: Creighton Prep grad returns home to produce 'Amends'

Omaha native Joe Hoover and his artist brother Bill make up the cast for new play at B Side in Benson. Read more

Events this weekend: Check out a classic car show, music festival, flea market and more

Looking for something to do this weekend? Attend an outdoor music festival, see a car show or shop for vintage flea market. Read more