“If your voice held no power, they wouldn’t try to silence you.” - unknown
Use your VOICE. Use your VOTE.
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Emily Bass and the Near Miracle put on a show worthy of high praise from L. Kent Wolgamott on Saturday night during Lincoln Exposed.
Thirst Things First bounced, danced, sang and played — with intensity and humor for 50 minutes — at Duffy's Tavern on Friday night.
The Credentials’ Everest Sturdevant stepped to the microphone to start the band’s Lincoln Exposed show Wednesday, saying “This song is called ‘’Killing Floor.’”
OMAHA — Stinson Park at Aksarben Village was packed with about 10,000 people Saturday night in the first ever sellout of the Maha Music Festival.