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My first reaction to “Heaven Is for Real” after a recent preview screening: best Christian-themed movie I’ve seen in quite a while. Two weeks later, that hasn’t changed.
While some home cooks like to keep it traditional, others may want to try recipes that go beyond the classic clove-studded ham covered in canned...
The World-Herald talked with Chet Fortune about the national recognition from Shape, his favorite workouts and how he keeps his clients motivated.
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Mangia Italiana
Time has stood still in our kitchen, where recipes today taste much as they did “in the old days.” Long held customs prevail here in the style, taste and presentation of traditional Sicilia... more
Zio's New York Style Pizzeria
Omaha's original Handstretched New York Style Pizza. Serving Omaha and the surrounding area for 25 years and now with 3 locations Midtown, Downtown & West Omaha. Recipient of more than 25 b... more
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'Last Supper' quilt makes its way to Nebraska
When Don Locke decided to make a quilt, he had no idea where it would lead him.
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Caravan’s steampunk ‘Fantasticks’ to pitch its tent in Iowa
The Nebraska Theatre Caravan’s national tour of “The Fantasticks” is nearing home turf this week after three months on the road coast to coast.
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A list of upcoming Omaha-area Easter egg hunts
We compile and map a list of upcoming Easter egg hunts in the Omaha area, complete with dates, times and locations.

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Aw, geez. 'Fargo' has a new psycho
After failed attempts and broken dreams, by golly, someone went and put “Fargo” on series TV.
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Is this Omaha's most incredible Easter egg tree?
Each year, Debra Parsow spends a couple weekends tying plastic Easter eggs to the magnolia tree in her front yard on the western edge of Elmwood Park.
Archives: So many wonderful old Omaha photos
We're in the process of digitizing our photo archive, and we're continually finding strange, spectacular and interesting stuff.
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What to Watch: 'Fargo,' 'New Girl'
Tonight’s prime-time TV highlights by television writer Laura King. Get more at tvisafoodgroup.com, and listen to the “Pat and JT” show on 98.5 FM Mondays.
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Cleveland Evans: Emma blossomed from medieval roots
Happy Birthday to Emma — and Emma!
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Assemble the minions! How to make weird but cool Easter crafts
Have you grown weary of the pastel-dyed eggs? It's not that we won't still bathe a bunch of eggs in that classic concoction. We just wanted some fresher ideas.

Number of stay-at-home moms on the rise, it’s not who you think
New research finds that the new wave of home-based moms tend to be younger, less educated and more likely to be poor.
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Gay Men's Chorus bringing musical about bullying to Lincoln
Six members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles will present a musical about bullying and teen violence Friday night in Lincoln.
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Changes on World-Herald comics page
The World-Herald has decided to replace two comics.
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Jazz composer, 20, dreams big after rediscovering music
John Kosch started taking piano lessons when he was just a child, and like a lot of people, gave it up as he got older.
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Kaneko-designed production to close Opera Omaha's 2014-15 season
The organization’s 57th season opens this fall with the Verdi classic “Rigoletto” and closes next spring with Omaha-based artist Jun Kaneko’s vision of Beethoven’s “Fidelio.”
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Annie, my 26-year-old son has no interest in getting a job
Dear Annie: He's been living off his savings for the past eight months. He hasn’t been looking for a job. He says he doesn’t want to work for someone else.

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How an Omahan, like-minded pod people preserve corn diversity
Pod corn charted a course through history that ran counter to the rules of artificial selection, and it continues to grow today.

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Kroc Center egg hunt adds splash of color to overcast Sunday
The event featured two hunts: one with about 10,000 plastic eggs scattered across the theater-style Joyce Mammel Assembly Hall; the other with 2,000 eggs floating in the Kroc Center pool.
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For Omaha lawyer's third play, it's Michelangelo vs. Leonardo
When Omaha lawyer Joe Basque read that master artists Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci had been pitted against each other in a mural-painting competition in Florence, Italy, he was intrigued.
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Final season of ‘Mad Men’ begins on the morose side
AMC’s “Mad Men” returns at 9 CDT tonight for the beginning of its swan song: The first seven episodes of season seven start airing this month (AMC calls it “The Beginning”), and the final seven episodes (aka “The End”) will air in 2015.
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Omaha Symphony: 'Vivaldi sound' familiar yet enthralling
If one accounts for the setting and target audience, one can more properly judge the music and motivations of the popular but easily stereotyped 18th-­century Italian master Antonio Vivaldi.

Live Well Nebraska: Bellevue man named one of hottest fitness trainers in America
Annie, my husband walked out on me, and now I love his brother
Tips, recipes on how to spice up your traditional Easter ham
Review: ‘Heaven is for Real’ leaves it to viewer to interpret its story
Aw, geez. 'Fargo' has a new psycho
Is this Omaha's most incredible Easter egg tree?
Omaha, Lincoln both set record lows; some fruit trees may have been damaged
Grand Island body shop owner models car after Coney dog
Archives: So many wonderful old Omaha photos
What to Watch: 'Fargo,' 'New Girl'
'Last Supper' quilt makes its way to Nebraska
Caravan’s steampunk ‘Fantasticks’ to pitch its tent in Iowa
Cleveland Evans: Emma blossomed from medieval roots
Annie, I'm worried my fiancée will go back to her group sex ways
Number of stay-at-home moms on the rise, it’s not who you think
Assemble the minions! How to make weird but cool Easter crafts
Changes on World-Herald comics page
Annie, my 26-year-old son has no interest in getting a job
Kaneko-designed production to close Opera Omaha's 2014-15 season
Jazz composer, 20, dreams big after rediscovering music
Gay Men's Chorus bringing musical about bullying to Lincoln
Alegent Creighton Health gives churches the tools they need to develop healthy congregations
Pilgrimage to Italy meaningful to visitors
Former Grand Island church now home to Buddhist temple
School of Faith gives faculty a boost of religion
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