Life on the Farm

Michael Lyon explores life on the farm--Gifford Farm--with guests Nancy Williams and Laura Pedersen. Gifford Farm is a local enterprise that's a great education opportunity for students and their families.

This week's guest: Rev. Thomas Massaro, S.J., Associate Professor of Moral Theology at Western Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

A'Jamal Rashad-Byndon talks with Fr. Thomas Massaro about "Faithful Citizenship", and the importance of participation in the electoral process.

Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road are very busy getting ready for their appearance at the upcoming Nebraska Bluegrass Festival, October 12-14, in Lincoln. She takes time this week to talk with Keith Neisler on this week's Great Plains Bluegrass

A exciting set at the Original Velvet Lounge in Chicago

A'Jamal Rashad-Byndon interviews Dr. Sam Walker of the Criminal Justice Department at UNO.

This week Sam Walker, professor in the Criminal Justice Department at UNO, talks about police accountability and how to make improvements within police departments.

Image source: Grand Olde Players Theatre

Joey Gulizia and the G Notes scheduled to perform

Omaha, Nebraska – The Jazz on Stage series at the Grand Olde Players Theatre continues Sunday with a performance by the G Notes.

Led by Joey Gulizia, the G Notes feature some of the area's best musicians including the legendary Joe Genovesi on clarinet. The group plays Mainstream, New Orleans, and Latin Jazz.

Marching Bands

New host Michael Lyon talks with Michelle Johnson, who serves as supervisor of instrumental music for the Omaha Public Schools, about marching bands.

This week's guest: Terri Dameron, member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

A'Jamal Rashad-Byndon talks with Terri Dameron about Native American issues, Indian spirituality and life on the Pine Ridge reservation.

Veteran guitarist creates richly satisfying disc for progressive jazz fans

Omaha, Nebraska – Saturday night?s Last Call will feature music from one of the finest guitarists on today's jazz scene. Mike Stern is back with an outstanding recording: Who Let the Cats Out?

On Stern's thirteenth release as a leader, the award winning three-time Grammy nominee continues to blur the boundaries between jazz, funk, blues and rock with eleven unique originals.

Photo source: Pi Recordings

Legendary jazz group releases 2 CD set


OPS Student Spotlight:

Highlighting extraordinary students

Supe's On: Interviews with the OPS Superintendent