Hello, Dalí!

El Museo Latino welcomes the Spanish master with large “Stairway to Heaven” print show By Janet L. Farber Asked to name Spain’s most famous artists, one might come up with a quick but succinct list primarily from the early 20th century: Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí. Considering their achievements in becoming household names, […]

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Hospitals safe from ICE, attorneys say

Illustration of the virus that causes Covid-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As fear spreads along with the coronavirus, local attorneys say one thing no one should have to worry about is walking into Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody inside a hospital or clinic. The Immigrant Legal Center, which services area refugees, […]

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Your Mind is Not Quarantined – Ideas for Learning New Things

Can you think of something we missed?  Share your tips! 1. Do It. While Do Space is closed to the public, members can access a new line of free digital services. Besides regular programming, explore new topics like Twitch streaming, Augmented Reality, Stencyl game design and the Census. Info on the Do Space Events Calendar, Blog and Facebook Page. (LS) 2. Research Your […]

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Raices de Mexico in Omaha

An important group has formed in the city of Omaha that combines the culture and tradition to present a musical and visual show with a dash of unmistakable mystical elements: Raices de Mexico. The idea started to take shape back in 2008, but it wasn’t until 2009 that it was officially presented, but it was […]

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