Gene Kwak writes about his love for Omaha: "The city is big enough to support and sustain local arts and music, while still being small enough that everyone knows everyone else’s name."
What is the Wilber Czech Festival? A quartet of Hear Nebraskans drove to Wilber, Nebraska, this Sunday to find out.
The Faint took part in the first-ever Bud Light Music First 50/50/1 at The Bourbon last Thursday night. HN contributor Shannon Claire was there to capture them in between the beams of light.
"So we sit down on his back patio, Otto on a rusty tractor seat, and we drink a cold beer from a frosty mug. I listen as each song starts with a story, which he slowly blends into a melody."
Want to play the motherboard-run instrument Lincoln's Conner Goertzen invented? We made an interactive feature to do just that.
See photos from the 2013 Omaha Girls Rock Camp, which took place July 29 through August 2 and culminated with a concert at Slowdown on Saturday.
HN contributor Mark Bestul shares his thoughts on the end of a longtime Lincoln band, whose band members have moved on to new groups.
Bret Vovk, founder of the Underwater Dream Machine, celebrates the release of his third album, "Can You See The Moon?"
What was Madonna's influence on the youngsters of Norfolk, Nebraska, in the 1980s? Read on as Hear Nebraska contributor Chelsea Schlievert Yates continues her Liner Notes column.
Hear the premiere of "Bedroom Door" by Burning Down The Villager, off their forthcoming album, "In Time."