“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.
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.
Black Cohosh + brunch and Thunder Power + ice cream ... check out this edition of Pink Noise for some delicious women-in-music news.
"Matriarch of Rock" Kate Logan has been performing and running sound in Lincoln for 20 years. This Sunday, she turns 50, with a birthday bash at Duggan's Pub.
Screaming Females come to town, DJ residency at House of Loom, a reproductive rights benefit and the revival of Clawfoot Salon.
UUVVWWZ plays DJ, Courtney Morrow knits, and AYGAMG gets some Lincoln newspaper love. That and more in this week's women-in-music column.
Several lady-laden show previews, plus a bevy of bulletin board notes and a new spotlight on artistic contributions.