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Today, Hear Nebraska makes its only paid employee full-time. We also welcome three new interns and two veteran holdovers to produce content that cultivates our music community.
Hear Nebraskans just received a nice honor from the Nebraska Tourism Commission. Where are you going to put it?
Andrew Norman's first internship began in a saggy suit. The HN director recounts that experience, and lets HN's fall interns introduce themselves in this week's column.
The Nebraska Music Retreat was a good time to get off of I-80 for HN's Andrew Norman. He encourages you to do the same.
Omaha Girls Rock is a creative resource Nebraskans should care for — its future yield is limitless.
HN's director Andrew Norman responds to a wave of recent violent events locally and regionally that have killed and injured dozens and have scarred communities, urging healing through positive action.
Andrew Norman details the creation of the HN hotline, calls for your help to enter this nonprofit into Facebook's 4K club and invites you to a trainwreck in this week's column.
A tantrum over a Mexican folk song reinspires HN co-founder Andrew Norman's column, which, this week, teases an important benefit show, Maha's Community Village, Hear Lincoln, the 2012 Nebraska Music Retreat and more.
Take yourself back in time to Austin, Texas, for South by Southwest 2012 as seen by Andrew Norman, HN editor-in-chief.