On this week's Star City Buzz:
It's a moment that stands still in history. Slaves on the move for freedom.One such route - through Nebraska City. Now, other routes have been discovered - including some in Lincoln. Watch the video to find out more!
From commemorating African - American heritage - to Native American heritage. Morril Hall's event "Celebrating First Peoples" does just that. Here's the info:
THE FIRST PEOPLES CELEBRATION
Saturday, October 12 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Admission free.
*Click our story below to find more details on this 3-day event.
'SILENCE' AT UNL
A French Princess may be forced to marry her viking fiance.
The UNL Theatre Department opens their season with "Silence".
Watch Buzz Reporter Zach Thompson's story!
THE DOUGHNUT HOLE
Its been a Lincoln Farmers market mainstay. Now, Doughnut Hole has holed up in the Railyard's Public Market. Watch the video and check out hours of operation:
Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Address: 350 Canopy Street Lincoln, NE #120 Lincoln, NE
RAILYARD PARTY GRAND OPENING:
Speaking of the Railyard -- there will be one huge party with fantastic flair to kick off its Grand Opening. IT'll be Friday, October 11, 2013 from 4 PM to midnight. Watch the video for ticket prices!
DRAWING FIRE EXHIBIT AT ELDER ART GALLERY:
Artist Marley Mueller served as a volunteer firefighter. She took pictures, when she wasn't fighting a fire and went back to her studio and drew them. Watch the video and see her work!
Tuesday - Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM
Saturday - Sunday, 1 PM to 4 PM