Benson First Friday celebrated its first birthday last Friday. HN contributor Shannon Claire, along with many other local creatives, was there to ring it in.
We can't stop believing that our First Friday concert in Lincoln ended. So instead, we're watching it live on in these photos of the night, and the photo prints still hanging at Duffy's. Read on for more.
See how much Benson First Friday — still less than a year old — has grown in its 11th month as purveyor of arts and music. Check out photos of BFF including bands Kill County and Plack Blague.
Bandmates traded punches before playing Sweatshop Gallery on Friday. The blood only added to the start of a good night of Benson First Friday, captured here.
Mechanical bullriding, Día de los Muertos facepaint, photos, paintings and a special occasion for it all. This is November's Benson First Friday in photos and interviews with artists.
HN photographers Chevy Anderson and Nicholas O'Bradovich broke stuff at The Sweat Shop, joined throngs for Simon Joyner and were touched by Lincoln at this month's BFF.
Benson celebrated its July edition of First Friday — just the second so far — with a kissing booth, a catwalk, music and more.
Benson's first, First Friday enjoyed 18 openings, three window displays, eight different street performances, three after-dark street projections and three late-night performances. Dig in.
Lincoln's Root Marm Chicken Farm International Jug Band paid visit to First Friday at Parrish Studios. There was hootin', hollerin' and possibly a snuffle dinkle.
September's First Friday in Lincoln closes with this killer after party at The Bourbon, featuring live and interactive art, displays from 20 local artists and music from seven local bands.