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Opera Omaha Presents Mozart’s Beloved “The Marriage of Figaro” at Orpheum Theater

Opera lovers in Omaha are in for a treat as Opera Omaha brings one of the world’s most popular and frequently performed operas to the Orpheum Theater. Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” is a beloved classic that is known for its mix-ups, mistaken identities, and secrets that fly fast through this iconic tale of love,

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Discover the Vibrant World of Contemporary Art at Hot Shops Art Center in Omaha

Hot Shops Art Center in Omaha, Nebraska is the ultimate destination for all art enthusiasts! Whether you’re a local or just visiting, you’ll want to make sure to add Hot Shops to your itinerary. Located in the heart of the city at 1301 Nicholas Street, Omaha, NE 68102, Hot Shops is a true hidden gem.

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What To Do in Omaha Tonight

        You’re back in town, and you need to get out of the house! What are some events for you and your friends to do while avoiding the parents? Thanksgiving Comedy Potluck- Vega, Lincoln 7 PM Anchondo w/ We Be Lions, Hector Anchondo Band, Coyote Bill & Amanda Fish, Jocelyn- Slowdown, Omaha

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Vega brings Thanksgiving to Travelers

      Mike Semrad, of Sower records, brings Thanksgiving and the joys of sharing tonight at Vega lounge. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and a dish, for a night of music, friends and food. SHOWTIME & FOOD: 6-9pm This will be a jam by local members of bands, as well as highlighting

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Fashion Gala Events

   Illa Rider got her start as a designer herself, and while she loved the creativity of designing her own collections, the satisfaction from planning her first fashion show had her hooked on production. Her first two events were charity events for two local organizations. The first, in 2011, was called “A Vanity Affair” and

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Table of Grace Cafe

    It’s been almost five years since Table of Grace opened as a non-profit restaurant, and they feel blessed at the success they’ve had in the past five years. When they opened their doors, they didn’t know how they were going to continue to get all the supplies needed for their business, but somehow,

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