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.
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.
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.