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The Shelterbelt Theatre’s 25th season features a mix of new scripts and old favorites.

Omaha Performing Arts will present Jazz on the Green tonight at Turner Park at Midtown Crossing. The  headliner is salsa band Hector Rosado y Su Orquesta Hache!

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new $100,000 grant will help support the Bemis Center's longstanding artist-in-residence program that offers space for an artist to create new work.

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new $100,000 grant will help support the Bemis Center's longstanding artist-in-residence program that offers space for an artist to create new work.

New this year, Ballet Nebraska will start its 2017-2018 season with its mixed repertory program Momentum.

The Fine Lines Writing Summer Camp returns for its 18th year next week.  All workshops will take place in the UNO campus’ Ballroom and will be broken up by age and interest.

The Omaha Summer Arts Festival kicks off today and is held on Farnam Street, alongside the Gene Leahy Mall.

Jazz on the Green at Midtown Crossing starts July 6th and runs Thursdays through August 10th. 

Omaha Symphony Maestro Thomas Wilkins says from now until 2020 when he leaves the symphony, one of his primary goals is revisiting favorite pieces as well as conducting repertoire he’s always wanted to do.

Loessfest 2017 kicks off Friday, May 26th with a concert featuring KC and the Sunshine Band and special guest, Bluffett, a Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band. 

The Jazz Heritage Series featuring the United States Air Force Band Airmen of Note with special guests will air on three consecutive afternoons May 24-26 at 2 p.m.

SOMETHING ROTTEN is onstage tonight through Sunday at the Orpheum Theatre.

On May 27th, the Omaha Children’s Museum will unveil its new Art Smart Center.

Jazz From Studio one airs its final show of the season this Thursday night with a focus on jazz big bands and large ensembles

  

Durham Museum offers a community exhibit every year that celebrates a specific milestone for one local organization.   

The goal of any Omaha Performing Arts season is to bring the greatest performers and performances to Omaha.

As host Mike Jacobs takes a short break...stay tuned for new shows in April!

This month's edition of Jazz From Studio One honors Women's History Month with women of jazz past and present.

Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art is the newest exhibit at the Joslyn Art Museum.

The Sixty-Eighth Annual Omaha Public Schools All-City Music Festival will air Sunday February 12th at 2:00 p.m.

Omaha’s Union Station was recently named as a National Historic Landmark.

Omaha Children’s Museum’s newest temporary exhibit helps introduce engineering, math and creative concepts to young learners through play.

The February edition of Jazz From Studio One airs Thursday night at 8:00 on KIOS.

Your host this month will be KJ White, a student at Burke High School enrolled in digital video production at the Omaha Public Schools Career Center.

  

The Durham Museum invites community members to be a part of its next exhibit, Searching for the Seventies: The Documerica Photography Project.

Jazz From Studio One will return to KIOS as a once a month jazz special beginning Thursday night at 8:00.

An NPR tradition every New Year's Eve since the 1970's, Toast of the Nation is the perfect audio compliment for the occasion. It's festive jazz you can party to, all night long.

8:00PM Thursday December 22

The Peter Kiewit Foundation’s ArtStock Funding Initiative offers a two-pronged approach with both grants and a learning series for Omaha area arts and culture organizations.

It was another very fine year in jazz with much to enjoy. Here's a dozen of my favorites from this past year.  Mike Jacobs, Music Director: KIOS

  

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