CULTURE

Nebraskan Wins International Art Competition

April 8, 2022

(Caedmon Garrett - NSN News)

Nick Jizba from Omaha, NE has won the Illustrators of the Future contest, run by Galaxy Press, and will be honored at an award ceremony in Hollywood on Friday. Jizba’s art will be published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 38.

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‘To Which We Belong’

April 8, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

It’s easy to see that climate change and what can be done to mitigate it is one of the most debated and divisive issues of the last few decades. As can be expected with any politically charged or hot topic, there have been countless documentaries covering the subject with the intent to educate the public about the complexities of the issue.

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Let's Take A Hike - Indian Cave Trail

April 8, 2022

(Associated Press)

Let's Take A Hike Postponed

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Pink Floyd Members Reunite to Record Song for Ukraine

April 8, 2022

(Associated Press)

Pink Floyd is releasing its first new music in almost three decades to raise money for the people of Ukraine, the band announced Thursday.

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Sarah Jessica Parker Sidelined as Broadway Fights Virus

April 8, 2022

(Mark Kennedy - Associated Press)

The second shoe has dropped at “Plaza Suite” on Broadway.

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Upcoming Events

April 8, 2022

Upcoming Events for April 4 - April 10

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Beatrice to Celebrate Local Oscar-Winner John P. Fulton

April 7, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

The acclaimed Beatrice-born visual effects artist John P. Fulton will be celebrated this weekend at an event put on by the Gage County Classic Film Institute in Beatrice.

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Iuliia Mendel has Book out this Fall

April 7, 2022

(Associated Press)

A journalist and former aide to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has a book coming out this fall, one of the first announced releases about Zelenskyy and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Ed Sheeran Wins Copyright Case

April 7, 2022

(Danica Kirka - Associated Press)

Grammy Award-winning songwriter Ed Sheeran won a U.K. copyright battle over his 2017 hit “Shape of You" on Wednesday, then slammed what he described as a “culture" of baseless lawsuits intended to squeeze money out of artists eager to avoid the expense of a trial.

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Swedish House Mafia, The Weeknd Replace Ye at Coachella

April 7, 2022

(Associated Press)

Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd are replacing rapper Ye in a headlining spot at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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'Great Freedom'

April 6, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

The Austrian director Sabastian Meise first made a splash in the indie film scene with his 2011 debut feature “Still Life.” After following that film with his documentary “Outing” the next year, the director has seemingly disappeared

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Zoos Hiding Birds as Avian Flu Spreads in North America

April 6, 2022

(Josh Funk - Associated Press)

Zoos across North America are moving their birds indoors and away from people and wildlife as they try to protect them from the highly contagious and potentially deadly avian influenza.

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Grammys Barely Move the Needle in Television Ratings

April 6, 2022

(David Bauder - Associated Press)

Despite a night of feel-good vibes and performances by the music industry's top acts, the Grammy Awards barely moved the needle as a television attraction.

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Doris Day's Animal Charity Honors Late Star with Fundraiser

April 6, 2022

(Associated Press)

The 100th anniversary of Doris Day's birthday is being recognized with a social-media fundraiser honoring her passion for animals.

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‘Unlimited Love’

April 5, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are no longer at the peak of their popularity. The funk rock group has produced several outstanding records across their discography spanning the last 40 years. They have long secured their place in rock history.

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Many Birds Nesting, Laying Eggs Earlier in Chicago

April 5, 2022

(Teresa Crawford - Associated Press)

Many species of birds are nesting and laying eggs nearly a month earlier than they did 100 years ago in the Chicago area and researchers believe climate change is behind it.

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Meet Jon Batiste

April 5, 2022

(Mark Kennedy - Associated Press)

Jon Batiste wears so many hats he may need a closet for them all — recording artist, bandleader, musical director, film composer, museum creative director and scion of New Orleans musical royalty. The multi-instrumentalist won five Grammys on Sunday and despite being on TV all week, not many people may know fully.

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Library Study Finds 'Challenged' Books Soared in 2021

April 5, 2022

(Hillel Italie - Associated Press)

Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom, has never been so busy.

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'Morbius' Opens with $39.1M

April 4, 2022

(Jake Coyle - Associated Press)

Sony Pictures' Marvel adaptation “Morbius" landed with dismal reviews but still managed to debut with $39.1 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.

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Silk Sonic Kicks off Grammys in Vegas

April 4, 2022

(Jonathan Landrum Jr. - Associated Press)

Silk Sonic — the all-star union of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak — opened the Grammy Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas with their high-energy, infectious fix of retro soul and funk by performing their “777.” They returned to the stage a short time later to collect the song of the year trophy for “Leave the Door Open.”

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Let's Take A Hike

April 3, 2022

Join us at the Indian Cave State Park

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Elton John Credits Ryan White's Family with Saving His Life

April 3, 2022

(Associated Press)

Elton John credits teenage AIDS victim Ryan White and his family with saving his life.

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Generations Sing to Joni Mitchell

April 3, 2022

(Andrew Dalton - Associated Press)

An 81-year-old jazz giant and a 15-year-old rock singer were the first to perform tributes to Joni Mitchell on Friday night.

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Upcoming Events for March 28 thru April 3

April 3, 2022

(NSN Culture)

Almost everything happening in the area this week.

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‘Morbius’ is Just Plain Bad

April 2, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

Sony Pictures is trying hard to compete in the comic-book movie space with the characters they have. The company owns the film rights to Spider-Man and all the characters related to him.

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Census Records from 1950 Could Solve Some Family Mysteries

April 2, 2022

(Mike Schneider - Associated Press)

Elaine Powell set her alarm and jumped on her computer just after midnight so she could find the first time she appeared in the U.S. population count — information she had to wait more than seven decades to see.

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Will Smith Resigns from Film Academy

April 2, 2022

(Lynn Elber - Associated Press)

Will Smith resigned Friday from the motion picture academy following his Oscars night slap of Chris Rock and said he would accept any further punishment the organization imposed.

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The Omahan Who Could Be King

April 2, 2022

Jeff Barnes

For eight months, walking among Omahans, was a man who could have been, or possibly should have been, the King of England.

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Revisiting 'Die Hard'

April 1, 2022

Bruce Willis is a legend in the pantheon of action stars.

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Will Smith's Oscars Slap Felt by Comedians

April 1, 2022

(Lynn Elber & David Bauder - Associated Press)

When Will Smith slapped Chris Rock over an Oscars ceremony punchline, other comedians felt the sting.

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Bobby Moynihan has a Picture Book Coming Out

April 1, 2022

(Associated Press)

Bobby Moynihan, the former “Saturday Night Live” star, is now a member of another inner circle of comedy: those writing children's books.

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Renée Fleming to Portray Pat Nixon

April 1, 2022

(Associated Press)

American soprano Renée Fleming is to make rare operatic appearances as Pat Nixon in a new production of John Adams' “Nixon in China” at the Paris Opera next season.

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The Ritch Cassidy Show

March 31, 2022

Ritch Cassidy Sits Down with Katie Ohnoutka

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Marvel Fatigue

March 31, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

For years now, the concept of “superhero fatigue” is one that has been debated amongst fans and pundits alike. The idea is that sooner or later general audiences are going to grow tired of this current trend of superhero movies and they will move on to whatever popular genre comes next.

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Richard Linklater on Time, Nostalgia & 'Apollo 10 1/2'

March 31, 2022

(Jake Coyle - Associated Press)

Bike rides, kickball, Jiffy Pop, Jell-O and other well-remembered details crowd Richard Linklater’s “Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood,” an affectionate ode to his own childhood growing up outside Houston in the late 1960s.

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Next 'Peregrine' Book is a Guide to Beloved Fantasy Series

March 31, 2022

(Associated Press)

The latest installment in the Miss Peregrine fantasy series will be a kind of roadmap to author Ransom Riggs' imaginary world and the whereabouts of protagonist Jacob Portman.

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Katy Perry to Narrate Authorized Elizabeth Taylor Podcast

March 31, 2022

(Alicia Rancilio - Associated Press)

Katy Perry is getting into the podcast business, narrating a series about another superstar, Elizabeth Taylor.

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Belgium’s Oscar Entry ‘Playground’

March 30, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

Despite “Playground” being a film about a child going to school for the first time, don’t make the mistake of thinking it will be a feel-good movie. The movie is about as far from that as you could imagine. It feels more like a horror movie than a family-friendly outing.

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Foo Fighters Cancel All Dates

March 30, 2022

(Mark Kennedy - Associated Press)

Foo Fighters have canceled all upcoming concert dates following the death of the band's drummer, Taylor Hawkins.

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From Hollywood's Illusion Factory

March 30, 2022

(Ted Anthony - Associated Press)

In the minutes and hours after Will Smith accosted and slapped Chris Rock before a live audience of millions, social media platforms lit up with a breathless and emphatic hot take: Surely, multitudes insisted, the whole thing was staged.

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UK Queen Shrugs off Health Issues, Attends Philip Service

March 30, 2022

(Danica Kirka - Associated Press)

Queen Elizabeth II shrugged off recent health issues to attend a service of thanksgiving for her beloved husband, Prince Philip, at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday, entering the cavernous church through a side door to shorten the distance to her seat.

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The Biggest Takeaways from this Year’s Oscars

March 29, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

The 94th Academy Awards were held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, and there is plenty of discussion being had about the evening. Unfortunately, much of that discussion isn’t centered around the awards but various other drama that occurred during the show.

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Academy Condemns Will Smith's Actions

March 29, 2022

(Jake Coyle - Associated Press)

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Monday condemned the actions of Will Smith during Sunday night’s Oscars and launched an inquiry into his slapping of presenter Chris Rock.

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The Night Emotion Won, for Better and Worse

March 29, 2022

(Jocelyn Noveck - Associated Press)

“Did I miss anything?” quipped Oscars co-host Amy Schumer, returning to the Dolby Theatre stage after a break. “There’s a different vibe in here.”

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Red Hot Chili Peppers and 'Apollo 10½'

March 29, 2022

(Lindsey Bahr/Mark Kennedy/Lynn Elber - Associated Press)

Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.

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'The Lost City' Dethrones 'Batman'

March 28, 2022

(Jake Coyle - Associated Press)

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum led the action-adventure comedy throwback “The Lost City” to a $31 million debut in U.S. and Canadian theaters over the weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday, dethroning “The Batman” from the No. 1 spot the superhero film had held for most of March.

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Commonwealth Links to Crown Up to the People

March 28, 2022

(Danica Kirka - Associated Press)

As Caribbean nations debate their relationship with the British crown, Prince William says he will support and respect whatever decision the people make.

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Hit-Boy Talks Grammy Producer Nod, Rapper Aspirations

March 27, 2022

(Jonathan Landrum Jr. - Associated Press)

Hit-Boy won top Grammy rap honors with some of hip-hop’s biggest heavyweights — Jay-Z, Kanye West, known as Ye, and Nas — and now he is ascending into a new musical weight class as a producer.

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Black News Channel Shuts Down

March 27, 2022

(David Bauder - Associated Press)

The Black News Channel has pulled the plug after the 2-year-old venture failed to meet payroll and lost the backing of its biggest investor.

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US Will Give Airlines a Break on Takeoff Rights in NYC, DC

March 27, 2022

(Associated Press)

Federal officials are extending pandemic relief that helps big airlines keep coveted takeoff and landing rights for international flights this summer at busy airports in New York City and Washington, D.C.

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The Oscars are Sunday

March 27, 2022

(Jake Coyle - Associated Press)

For the first time in two years, the Academy Awards are rolling out the red carpet at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre for what the film academy hopes will be a back-to-normal Oscars. Except for all the stuff that’s changed.

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Upcoming Events for March 21 - March 27

March 27, 2022

(Tim Davis - NSN Culture)

Upcoming Events for March 21 - March 27

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The Incredible USS Omaha

March 26, 2022

Jeff Barnes

There have been four ships called the USS Omaha, ranging from a 19th-century sailing sloop, a nuclear-powered submarine, and the currently commissioned littoral combat ship. But it was a World-War-II light cruiser named for Nebraska’s largest city which holds a couple of unique chapters of U.S. naval history.

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'Girl from the North Country'

March 26, 2022

(Mark Kennedy - Associated Press)

“Girl from the North Country,” the Depression-era drama set to the songs of Bob Dylan, will reopen on Broadway this spring, a little more than three months after going on hiatus because of virus concerns.

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Scientists Figure Out how Vampire Bats got a Taste for Blood

March 26, 2022

(Christina Larson - Associated Press)

Scientists have figured out why vampire bats are the only mammals that can survive on a diet of just blood.

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'I Curse You With Joy'

March 26, 2022

(Associated Press)

Tiffany Haddish's next book will be in part a story of laughing through the tears.

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Maren Morris is Grounded, but Not Silenced

March 26, 2022

(Kristin M. Hall - Associated Press)

Country star Maren Morris has been so accepted by pop audiences with hits like “ The Middle” and “The Bones” that some would have expected her third major label record to be her “Red” moment, the Taylor Swift shift from country to pop star.

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Man Touts Electric Unicycle

March 25, 2022

(Associated Press)

A Massachusetts man says he has the answer for those singing the blues about stratospheric gas prices.

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California's Hearst Castle to Reopen

March 25, 2022

(Associated Press)

California's famous Hearst Castle will reopen to the public in May after a two-year closure due to the pandemic and severe rainstorm damage that prompted a $13.7 million renovation.

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Meghan's 1st Spotify Podcast to Focus on Female Stereotypes

March 25, 2022

(Associated Press)

The first podcast from Prince Harry and Meghan’s partnership with Spotify will focus on harmful labels and stereotypes applied to women.

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Cali Commons Spring Art Show

March 24, 2022

(NSN Culture)

On Friday local art gallery Cali Commons is having its 5th art show since the new director George Garrett III took it over last summer.

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The Ritch Cassidy Show with Detective Jason White

March 24, 2022

The Ritch Cassidy Show with Detective Jason White

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2022 Oscars Winners & Should Be Winners

March 24, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

The 94th Academy Awards are this Sunday night, so it’s time to make your final guesses as to who will be going home an Oscar-winner and who will be empty-handed. Every one of the 23 categories this year is full of incredible nominees, but at the end of the night there is only one winner for each award. So, who can you expect to take home the gold come Sunday evening?

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Florida Manatees Eat 'Every Scrap'

March 24, 2022

(Curt Anderson - Assoicated Press)

One thing wildlife officials have learned during the winter experimental feeding program to help manatees avoid starvation is that if you feed them, they will come.

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US Capitol Reopening for Limited Public Tours

March 24, 2022

(Alan Fram - Associated Press)

US Capitol Reopening for Limited Public Tours

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Letters of John le Carré to be Published

March 24, 2022

(Associated Press)

A book coming out this fall will show readers a more personal side of the late John le Carré

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'Invisible Child' is Among Winners of Lukas Book Prizes

March 24, 2022

(Associated Press)

Andrea Elliott's chronicle of a homeless girl in New York City, “Invisible Child,” and Jane Rogoyska's investigation into Stalin's atrocities in Poland, “Surviving Katyń,” are among the recipients of awards presented by the J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project.

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The Chris Baker Show

March 23, 2022

Chris Baker Addresses SCJ Nominee Jackson's Light Sentences on Pedophiles

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“Compartment No. 6”

March 23, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

Finnish filmmaker Juho Kuosmanen first made an impression with his 2016 debut feature “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki.” Six years later, the director has now returned with his sophomore directorial effort, “Compartment No. 6.”

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Small 9/11 Museum May Shut Soon

March 23, 2022

(Jennifer Peltz - Associated Press)

Years before the Sept. 11 museum was built at the World Trade Center, a storefront visitor center across the street opened to offer tours led by victims' relatives, survivors and others with personal ties to the trauma and tragedy of 9/11.

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'The Book of Joy' Coming This Fall

March 23, 2022

(Associated Press)

A picture-book edition of a bestseller co-authored by the Nobel Peace Prize winners the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be published this fall.

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MacKenzie Scott Donates $436 Million to Habitat for Humanity

March 23, 2022

(Glenn Gamboa - Associated Press)

MacKenzie Scott has donated $436 million to Habitat for Humanity International and 84 of its U.S. affiliates — the largest publicly disclosed donation from the billionaire philanthropist since she pledged in 2019 to give away the majority of her wealth.

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The Chris Baker Show Live - The Rants

March 22, 2022

Chris will be back live tomorrow at 2pm for more outrageousness as only Chris can bring it.

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Part One of Weezer’s “SZNZ” Project, “Spring”

March 22, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

Of all the 90s rock bands, Weezer is one of the few that has miraculously managed to stay somewhat relevant over the years. They maintained a radio-friendly pop-rock sound throughout much of the 2000s, and some of the best records they’ve made came out of the 2010s. In the 2020s, however, it’s still to be seen if Weezer can keep it up.

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NY Philharmonic Back at Geffen Hall

March 22, 2022

(Associated Press)

The New York Philharmonic will return to Geffen Hall after a $550 million renovation on Oct. 7 with a concert led by music director Jaap van Zweden before an invited audience to thank healthcare, emergency and construction workers.

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Reese Witherspoon Acquires Film Rights to Dolly Parton Novel

March 22, 2022

(Associated Press)

With some support from her friend Reese Witherspoon, Dolly Parton is looking to be a movie star again.

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Musical About the Making of the Film 'Jaws'

March 22, 2022

(Mark Kennedy - Associated Press)

The stage musical about the making of the classic film “Jaws” has speared its leading man — Jarrod Spector.

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Join Chris Baker Live

March 21, 2022

(Tim Davis - NSN Culture)

Join Chris Baker for the Next Live Episode

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Let's Take A Hike on the Observation Tower Loop Trail

March 21, 2022

(Tim Davis - NSN Culture)

Let's explore the Observation Tower Loop Trail in Mahoney State Park

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‘The Batman,' Still No. 1

March 21, 2022

(Lindsey Bahr - Associated Press)

“The Batman” is still going strong three weeks into its theatrical run, with a tight grip on the top spot at the box office.

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Egypt Displays Recently Discovered Ancient Tombs

March 21, 2022

(Samy Magdy - Associated Press)

Egypt on Saturday displayed recently discovered, well-decorated ancient tombs at a Pharaonic necropolis just outside the capital Cairo.

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Ye No Longer Performing at Grammys

March 21, 2022

(Associated Press)

Ye will not be performing at the Grammys this year. A report published in The Blast said that the musician was told Friday that his act had been pulled from the show, which is set to take place on April 3.

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The Ritch Cassidy Show with Chad Lee

March 20, 2022

(Ritch Cassidy - NSN Podcaster)

The Ritch Cassidy Show with Chad Lee

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The Ritch Cassidy Show with Chad Lee

March 20, 2022

The Ritch Cassidy Show with Chad Lee

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‘Cheaper by the Dozen’ is a Hard Sell

March 20, 2022

(Kyle Kruse – NSN Culture Writer)

In the modern age of streaming services, original content is really the name of the game.

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‘Cheaper by the Dozen’ is a Hard Sell

March 20, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture) In the modern age of streaming services, original content is really the name of the game. Whether it be Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime or HBO Max, every streamer out there is trying to entice audiences not only with a large library of familiar content, but also with their new shows and films that are available exclusively on that service. Of all these services, Disney+ is one that has really doubled down on its original shows and films.

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Tucson to Name Music Hall

March 20, 2022

(Associated Press)

The Tucson Music Hall will be renamed in honor of Linda Ronstadt, a southern Arizona native who went on to become a Grammy-winning superstar, Mayor Regina Romero announced Friday.

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Tucson to Name Music Hall

March 20, 2022

(Associated Press) The Tucson Music Hall will be renamed in honor of Linda Ronstadt, a southern Arizona native who went on to become a Grammy-winning superstar, Mayor Regina Romero announced Friday.

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Finding Solace Through Helping a TV Show Understand War

March 20, 2022

(James Laporta - Associated Press)

The car door opens, then slams. The ignition rumbles. Music roars. Hands fixed on the wheel. Ten and two. Then we’re off, hurtling down empty Santa Monica side streets before dawn.

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Finding Solace Through Helping a TV Show Understand War

March 20, 2022

(James Laporta - Associated Press) The car door opens, then slams. The ignition rumbles. Music roars. Hands fixed on the wheel. Ten and two. Then we're off, hurtling down empty Santa Monica side streets before dawn.

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Prince William, Kate Try to Boost UK Bonds

March 20, 2022

(Jill Lawless - Associated Press)

Prince William and Kate are embarking on a tour to Central America and the Caribbean, even as some countries in the region mull cutting ties to the British monarchy.

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Prince William, Kate Try to Boost UK Bonds

March 20, 2022

(Jill Lawless - Associated Press) Prince William and Kate are embarking on a tour to Central America and the Caribbean, even as some countries in the region mull cutting ties to the British monarchy.

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Upcoming Events for March 14 - March 20

March 20, 2022

Events happening around the state.March 14, 2022 thru March 20, 2022

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Upcoming Events for March 14 - March 20

March 20, 2022

Events happening around the state.March 14, 2022 thru March 20, 2022

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Nebraska's "First" Governor

March 19, 2022

Jeff Barnes

History books will tell you that David Butler was the first governor of the State of Nebraska, and that Francis Burt was the first governor of the preceding Territory of Nebraska.

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Chris Baker Live with Matt Innis

March 19, 2022

Chris Baker Live with Matt Innis

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Chris Baker Live with Matt Innis

March 19, 2022

Chris Baker Live with Matt Innis

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March 19, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather” is more than just the most recognizable gangster movie to ever grace the big screen. It is without a doubt one of the most influential and iconic films of all time, regardless of genre.

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‘The Godfather’ for its 50th Anniversary

March 19, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture) Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather"� is more than just the most recognizable gangster movie to ever grace the big screen. It is without a doubt one of the most influential and iconic films of all time, regardless of genre. The film is celebrating its 50th anniversary of release on Thursday, March 24th. So, there is no better time to look back at the film, its impact on Hollywood and how well it holds up half a century later.

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Special Copy of Marvel Comics #1 Fetches $2.4M

March 19, 2022

(Associated Press)

A particularly prized copy of the first-ever Marvel comic book fetched more than $2.4 million in an online auction, the auctioneer said Friday.

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The Chris Baker Show

April 8, 2022

The Chris Baker Show with Nebraska Freedom Coalition and the Anniston Police Department

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The Ritch Cassidy Show

April 7, 2022

The Ritch Cassidy Show with Brandon J McDermott

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The Chris Baker Show

April 6, 2022

Chris Baker sits down with #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka

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Upcoming Events

April 4, 2022

(Tim Davis - NSN Culture)

These are all your events coming up this week.

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The Ritch Cassidy Show

April 3, 2022

The Ritch Cassidy Show with Ray Scott

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The Chris Baker Show

April 2, 2022

Chris Baker & The Battle of the Hats

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The Ritch Cassidy

April 1, 2022

Ritch Cassidy sits down with Hollywood triple threat Randy J. Goodwin

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The Chris Baker Show

March 31, 2022

Chris Baker talks with Tanya Gifford About the Recent Veto

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The Chris Baker Show

March 30, 2022

(Chris Baker - NSN Culture)

Chris Baker discusses the "Don't Say Gay" Bill

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Chris Baker with Shemeka Michelle

March 29, 2022

(Chris Baker - NSN Culture)

Shemeka Michelle joins Chris Baker in today's episode to discuss the 'Slap Heard Round the World'

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Let’s Take a Hike – Observation Trail Loop Trail

March 28, 2022

(Tim Davis - NSN Culture)

Saturday, March 26, Nebraska Sunrise News continued our series, ‘Let’s Take a Hike.’ This week we hit the Observation Tower Loop Trail at Mahoney State Park outside Ashland, NE.

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Cali Commons Showcases Community Artists

March 27, 2022

(NSN Culture)

From woodworking, oil paintings and photography, Cali Commons is featuring artwork by emerging community artists for the next two weeks.

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"The Lost City" is Good Fun

March 26, 2022

(Kyle Kruse - NSN Culture)

“The Lost City” is an adventure comedy that feels like it came from a bygone era.

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The Chris Baker Show

March 25, 2022

The Chris Baker Show Chats with Senator Julie Slama

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The Chris Baker Show

March 24, 2022

The Chris Baker Show with Congressman Steve Stockman

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