See what we're deeming as the photos with the most outstretched arms at concerts. It's our second dig through the photo archive, and we dare you to count every limb.
The Coathangers' least favorite question: “‘Is it annoying when people always talk about you being girls?’ And I’m like, ‘... That thing that you were just talking about, you did it!’"
“I had no talent for instruments, but when I found the camera, that became my instrument.” — Janet Macoska, whose "Women Who Rock" exhibit runs through May 5 at Omaha's Durham Museum.
"Little Gears" is an album for winter days spent working alongside a mug of hot chocolate. It's an introspective handful of songs Amy Schmidt will soon take with her to Europe.
All Young Girls Are Machine Guns has honed in on a sound and produced an focused album of soul, jazz and a bit of doo-wop.
Field Club isn't revivalist deathcore post-punk. It's not even alternative drone neo-folk. It's indie-pop-rock with the genre's best features: intelligence, melody and fortitude. Just listen.
For the most part, the women at Maha killed it in HN contributor Hilary Stohs-Krause's eyes. Here's her review with photos.
Black Cohosh, the darling of the Lincoln folkcore scene, is releasing their debut album Saturday. Listen to the album and the band's KZUM in-studio here.
The new album from Omaha group The Mynabirds is a feminist pop gem, but what are we fighting for?
St. Vincent killed it Monday, playing to a sold-out crowd at Slowdown in Omaha. X-Rated: Women in Music's Hilary Stohs-Krause was there with her camera.