The latest news about arts and humanities happenings around Nebraska, as well as talk and performances from those involved. Updated Fridays.
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Updated July 2020
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Bonus coverage of the latest news about arts and humanities happenings around Nebraska, as well as talk and performances from those involved.
A weekly audio special that looks at life and culture in Nebraska through history, literature, religion, and art.
All About Books is a weekly NET Radio book review and discussion program hosted by Pat Leach, Director of Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, NE. Updated Thursdays.
Stay up-to-date with daily NET Radio news and features on a wide variety of topics that affect Lincoln, Omaha, and all of Nebraska. Updated weekdays.
Nebraska Stories explores compelling personal tales and journeys via new video segments highlighting people, ideas, and events that inform Nebraskans' sense of place and their unique perspective on American life as it is lived on the Great Plains.
Featuring the incredible bands Big Harp, Digital Leather, and Kill County, this video feed will be updated as new performances become available.
Big Red Wrap-Up provides a weekly recap of each Husker football game, including highlights, in-depth analysis, background segments, special guests from the world of Nebraska sports, and the latest Cornhusker recruiting news from Huskers Illustrated's Sean Callahan.
A cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues began in 1988 as part of a mission to promote better understanding of world events and issues by Nebraskans. This (audio-only) podcast is updated the day after a lecture in the series is given.
Nebraska ranks in the top 20 states for the lowest COVID-19 case and death rates among long-term care facility residents. Health experts attribute that to a unique program aimed at reducing infection in these facilities.By NET News
Black Lives Matter protests have sparked an international conversation about police violence and racism. The Nebraska History Museum in Lincoln is gathering items related to the movement for a future collection.By NET News
Centers of worship are often a source of support for a community, but they were shut down along with other gatherings in the state. Although the state has now allowed them to reopen under certain restrictions, many have made the decision to remain closed out of caution. The work of ministry has chan...…
Visitors are invited to participate in day full of celebration tomorrow in Seward, Nebraska’s official 4th of July city. But all events are virtual this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.By NET News
An infectious disease expert at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha says he’s concerned Nebraska could see a new wave of coronavirus cases in the next few weeks. NET’s Jack Williams spoke with Dr. Mark Rupp about Nebraska’s recent re-openings and why there’s concern we could still see...…
"Thick", is a collection of 80 very personal essays on beauty, race, gender and the media from African American writer and scholar Tressie McMillan Cottom.By NET Nebraska
This week, we find out how the pandemic has had an effect on this year's Prairie Pride Film Festival.By NET Nebraska
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services added data on Tuesdays about COVID-19 cases and deaths by race and ethnicity to the online data dashboard. Nebraska was nearly the last state in the U.S. to publish that data.By NET News
The State Fair Board voted to allow youth 4-H and FFA exhibits this year, but most other activities are canceled, including all indoor concerts.By NET News
Climate change and the environmental damage caused by large-scale agriculture have researchers searching for ways to increase productivity without furthering harm. Harvest Public Media’s Amy Mayer looks at a network of research sites across the country that, over the past decade, has started combini...…
On the June 26th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: POYDS virtual showcase (6:50); Nemaha County art and photo contest (19:45); Tadastock (30:57); and the American Spiritual Ensemble performance (39:02). Also: more poetry from William Kloefkorn (46:56) a...…
A federal court in California recently banned three popular dicamba herbicides. The ruling was a massive win for several environmental groups, while many farm groups criticized the decision and its arrival in the middle of spraying season. But the decision also raises questions about the future of h...…
The novel “Nickel Boys” by Colson Whitehead was inspired by an actual reform school that operated in Tallahassee Florida for over one hundred years. This week on “All About Books” host Pat Leach reviews this story of a black teenager unfairly sent to the brutal school in the 1960’s where boys were a...…
Education leaders from across the state discussed racism and lack of diversity in public and private education during a virtual rally Tuesday night.The Nebraska State Education Association sponsored the rally, titled “Equity Starts with Education.” Representatives from public, private, K-12, and hi...…
This week, Hannah Demma tells us about her livestreamed talk, that is part of the Lux Center's "The Lux at Home" artist talk series.By NET Nebraska
Dominique Liu-Sang describes events that led to her arrest during the May 31, 2020 protest at the Lin-Lancaster Hall of justiceBy NET News
As the coronavirus pandemic worsens in some parts of the country, new cases in Nebraska continue to decline. But the state is far from meeting its goal of 3,000 COVID-19 tests per day.By NET News
On the June 19th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: The Bottle Tops Lied Live Online performance(4:36); Wessels Living History Farm near York(16:47); and, Music on the Move mobile summer concert series(23:39). Also: more poetry from Sarah McKinstry-Brown(...…
R-Project set back, but battle may continueBy NET News
A planned march and protest in West Omaha on Saturday aims to broaden the Black Lives Matter movement and keep its message in the public awareness.By NET News