Under an Omaha Public Schools program, eight third- and fourth-grade teachers were tasked with creating interactive, multimedia e-books for the classroom about subjects relating to African-American history in Nebraska.
Dear Annie: I’d give anything to be intimate with my wife, in any form. We’ve been married for 18 years. We have not made love in more than three. We also don’t hold hands, hug, kiss or cuddle. We have pleasant conversations, and I would classify us as compatible roommates.
The Natan & Hannah Schwalb Center for Israel & Jewish studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha kicked off its Judaism and Israeli-themed art showcase Saturday in the UNO Criss Library Osborne Family Gallery.
In his second weekend visit in less than a year, guest conductor Steven Reineke teamed with the symphony to reanimate the swinging glitz of the 1950s and 1960s “lounge-lizard” scene in a two-hour “Cocktail Hour” program inspired by the AMC series “Mad Men.”