We wrap up our Lincoln Exposed coverage, combining days three and four of sweat, sound and heart in photos, interviews and concert audio. Review or catch up on what's vibrant in Lincoln.
Lincoln Calling expanded to six venues with more than 20 concerts, covered here with reviews, photos and live audio with videos on the way. The festival continues through Sunday.
Dirty Talker releases eight songs in the form of "Letters," an artifact of the longtime friendships among the three Lincolnites, on Friday at O'Leaver's.
Judging by the crowd, UUVVWWZ's Teal Gardner is inspiring a local women's movement. Fellow Lincoln bands Bus Gas and Dirty Talker provide the early soundtrack.
A small but supportive crowd came out on Sunday to see Dirty Talker, Once a Pawn and Domestica. No fooling, we've got photos.
On a sultry April Fools' Day, a band of musicians and friends met at Lincoln's Lewis Fields. Here's how the softball played out.
With family, a residential neighborhood and work, the veteran musicians of Dirty Talker fit in music whenever possible. They still might talk dirty in concert, though.
OK, let's be honest. Lincoln is a music city, and all four days of Lincoln Exposed proved that. Come on in for coverage of the last night.
Zach Artz breaks down his frantic attempt to see as many bands as possible in four hours, including Kyle Harvey, The Lepers, Shipbuilding Co. and Life of a Scarecrow.