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Cher: Here We Go Again

Cher: Here We Go Again

Due to overwhelming demand, Cher has extended her phenomenally successful Here We Go Again Tour, announcing additional dates in 2020. Nile Rodgers & CHIC will continue as the special guest for the North American outing. In May 2019, Cher made a stop in Omaha, now she’s coming to Lincoln November 12, 2020.more info »

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I don’t always eat chips…

I don’t always eat chips…

but when I do, I eat the whole bag! These are absolutely the most addictive I have encountered in a long time. You can play that game where you put some chips in a small bowl in the kitchen, put the bag away and take the bowl to the living room to watch tv and…

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

I found this is Food & Wine Magazine: GET PAID TO CHECK OUT NATIONAL PARKS Michelob Ultra is looking for a new CEO (Chief Exploration Officer) to travel the country and explore national parks over the next six months in a state-of-the-art van. The gig pays $50,000 and includes free beer on off days. Interested?…

U2ube

U2ube

U2 will relaunch their YouTube channel today (Friday). It will fire up at noon ET with the remastered video for “Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of” as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album it came off of, 2000’s All That You Can’t Leave Behind. Over 100 of their videos have…

Music on TV

Music on TV

Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates has a great series you should check out if ya love watching music on TV. Live From Daryl’s House returns to AXS-TV on October 1st with a never-before-seen episode featuring Tommy Shaw of Styx. A week later, Daryl Hall is joined by retro soul artist Ty Taylor, who co-starred…

Album Rumors are True

Album Rumors are True

The Bruce Springsteen album rumors were true. His new album, Letter to You, will be out October 23rd. The first single is the title track, and there’s a video for it now on YouTube. Springsteen said in a statement, “I love the emotional nature of Letter To You. And I love the sound of the…

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Update on Armed Robbery/Assault in Kearney

Update on Armed Robbery/Assault in Kearney

KEARNEY, Neb. – Billy P. Herl Sr. (43) and Jenny F. Cleaveland (22), were taken into custody in Teller County, Colorado on Tuesday, September 22nd, in connection to the September 3rd Assault / Armed Robbery that occurred in Kearney. Both subjects are charged with Robbery, Assault in the 1st Degree, Use of a Weapon to…

Nebraska State Fair and 1868 Foundation Rock The Lot

Nebraska State Fair and 1868 Foundation Rock The Lot

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – The Nebraska State Fair proudly announces Phase One of the 2020 Rock the Lot Improvement Project.  This project improves the drive lanes for access into 1000 POV parking stalls on six acres of grass surface parking that is closest to the west side of the Pinnacle Bank Expo Center at Fonner…

Juvenile In Custody After Fleeing Court Hearing, Multiple Pursuits

Juvenile In Custody After Fleeing Court Hearing, Multiple Pursuits

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. – Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol took a juvenile into custody following multiple pursuits in northeast Nebraska Wednesday. At approximately 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, troopers were notified that the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office was in pursuit of a Chrysler Pacifica that had been reported stolen. The suspect was determined to be a…

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KGFW Sports – Gale Sayers, NU Mens Basketball and High School Schedules

KGFW Sports – Gale Sayers, NU Mens Basketball and High School Schedules

Check out HUSKERMAX.com for links to these stories; Omaha native and Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers has passed away at age 77. Sayers graduated from Omaha Central before starring at running back at Kansas and then the Chicago Bears from 1965-1971. He was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977 despite…

KGFW Sports – Moos Speaks, UNK Football is Back and High School Update

KGFW Sports – Moos Speaks, UNK Football is Back and High School Update

Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Tuesday on the Husker Sports Network that NU’s 375-game sellout streak will have an “asterisk” in 2020 because Big Ten rules won’t allow fans — outside of player and staff families — to attend league games in October. Moos says it won’t change NU’s streak, because all of the…