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New record from jazz guitar legend

Omaha, Nebraska – Saturday night?s Last Call will feature music from one of the legends of jazz guitar on the progressive jazz scene.

Host Chris Cooke will feature selections from Guitarist John McLaughlin's latest, Industrial Zen, on Verve records.

The disc recalls the energetic music created by McLaughlin in his 70?s Mahavishnu Orchestra days, with an exciting band on board for the date.

Talk Like a Pirate Day; Japan's new prince

Cindy Workman talks with Creighton history professor Eileen Dugan about pirates, in honor of International "Talk Like a Pirate" Day (Sept. 19th); then, a discussion of the implications of the birth of a baby boy to Japan's Princess Kiko on Sept. 6th, with Creighton history professor Christopher Gerteis.

A'Jamal Rashad-Byndon interviews Dr. Andrew Jameton of UNMC about sustainable neighborhoods.

This week's guest is Dr. Andrew Jameton, Chair of City Sprouts, an organization that seeks to have sustainable neighborhoods through gardening.

Omaha, NE – David Sedaris may well be the closest thing the literary world has these days to a rock star his speaking engagements are now consistently standing-room-only, a far cry from his early days as a housecleaner in New York City. The best-selling author, satirist, and public radio commentator that Time Out New York says "may just be the funniest man alive" is coming to Omaha's Orpheum Theatre for one night only - Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 8:00 pm.

Final performance of Jazz Night Series at One Pacific Place.

Omaha, Nebraska – Robert Glaser's Urban Jazz will wrap up this year's Jazz Night Series at One Pacific Place tonight.

A longtime pianist, educator, and bandleader in the Omaha area, Glaser and his band Urban Jazz will present original jazz, standards and Beatles
tunes with original twists.

Music begins at 5:30pm and runs until 7:30pm tonight, at the fireplace area in the middle of One Pacific Place at 103rd and Pacific Streets.

Jackie's Bag recorded 46 years ago this month.

Jackie's Bag recorded 46 years ago this month.

Five years after 9/11

On this week's program, college students share their recollections of Sept. 11th, 2001, and two law professors talk about changes in the legal and political landscape since that day.

Omaha, NE – KIOS, 91.5fm, Omaha's NPR Station, is pleased to announce a new partnership with KVNO, Classical 90.7 FM that will strengthen public radio service to the metropolitan Omaha community by streamlining both station's broadcasting schedules. Effective September 4, 2006, KIOS serves as the region's source for NPR news and jazz, while KVNO is the official station for classical music in the Omaha-Council Bluffs region.

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