On this week’s episode of Star City Buzz, we go behind the scenes of a movie being filmed right here in Lincoln, Neb. Remission is a film by Midnight Frights. It’s set in downtown Lincoln’s old Fisher Food’s Building. The movie is a horror film about a Reverend who wants to keep people safe from a virus that’s killing others. Click the link in the sidebar to LIKE Midnight Frights on Facebook. Watch the video to go behind the scenes with the actors and director Josh Weixelman.
Another exhibit at the LUX Center for the Arts is a reflection on memories, mostly of the artists Grandmother. Illinois artist Khara Koffel is the creator. The exhibit is called Such a Time and is open through March 29. The LUX is located at 2601 North 48th Street in Lincoln, Neb. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 11AM to 5PM and Saturday from 10AM to 5PM. Watch the video for a preview of this interactive exhibit.
The Lied Center hasn’t announced its 2013-2014 season yet, but it did announce one of the acts coming to Lincoln. The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra will grace the stage. Click the link in the sidebar for dates and ticket information.
It’s Mexican & Margaritas Month on Star City Buzz. For our third stop, we take a trip to La Paloma. La Paloma is owned by brothers Stephen and Leonard Jimenez. The restaurant is known for its chili rellenos which features chili peppers that are flown in monthly. La Paloma is located at 8320 Northwood Drive. Its open Monday through Thursday from 11AM to 9PM, Friday and Saturday from 11AM to 10PM, and Sunday from 11AM to 8PM. Click the link in the sidebar to check out La Paloma's website. Watch the video for a look inside La Paloma.
This week, Schmoes Know reviews the movie The Call. The movie stars Halle Berry who plays Jordan. Jordan takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl who has just been abducted. She then tries to save the girl's life. Click the link in the sidebar to watch more reviews. Watch the video to see how they rate this movie.
Help the environment and purchase cool art in the process! That’s the idea behind the Artistic Rain Barrel Project sponsored by the Lincoln Children’s Zoo and the Watershed Management Division of Lincoln. SouthPointe mall will host the project. Twenty-five rain barrels are on display around the mall until April 18th. Then they will be auctioned off to benefit the environmental education programs. Click the link in the sidebar to learn more. Watch the video for a look at these unique rain barrels.
Hear some great local music Saturday, March 23 with A Night Without Covers. Musicians Anonymous is hosting four local bands for a show of original music at the Bourbon Theatre. The bands include FCC Bros, Fraternal Durango, Ku$h, and Commander Kilroy. The doors open at 8PM and the show starts at 9PM. The Bourbon is located at 1415 O Street. The event is 18+ and will be $7 for 18-20 year olds and $5 for 21+. Watch the video to hear a preview from Commander Kilroy. Click the link in the sidebar to LIKE Commander Kilroy on Facebook.
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