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What Is Net Neutrality and How Does It Affect You?

There’s currently a lot of talk in the news about the FCC’s decision to get rid of net neutrality in the United States. But what on Earth is net neutrality, and how does it effect you? Watch this informative video, which explains everything in layman’s terms, and find out yourself.



12 Springtime Activities for Seniors

There’s just something so rejuvenating about spring. Whether it’s the birds chirping, flowers or sunshine; spring does wonders for the senior soul.

Springtime is a favorite season for seniors because many of them are retired and have spent the winter being cooped-up indoors.

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6. Eat outdoors at a fancy restaurant.
7. Visit a nursery.
8. Go on a picnic.


Oct 30 – Screenings — Eating You Alive™

“People are not living longer. People are dying Longer” Showing in Crete at Doane – preview

October 30 CRETE, NE – Heckman Auditorium at the Doane University Crete Campus, 1014 Boswell Avenue in Crete


Tickets on Sale now We are so excited to announce that EYA is set to hit screens in October!  There are many pre-release events that will be happening across the country in places like Oklahoma City, Detroit, Washington D.C., NYC, Atlanta, Nashville, Huntsville, Chicago, Denver, Little Rock, Austin, Sacramento, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and more!  These events will include a Q & A session and a chance for us to finally get to meet all of you who have been so supportive and hear your “Whole Food Plant Based” stories!  So keep checking as there are more details to come about these events and the nationwide theatrical release in November!

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My Nebraska / ViewPure

Video – My Nebraska – The Center of Everything. -keith —–

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Shot exclusively in 4K UHD on the new Nikon D5, join us on a journey to Nebraska and learn more about its sprawling landscapes and hardworking people.\n\nDefine clarity that had been previously unattainable with the Nikon D5. With the new 20.8-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 5 image-processing engine, achieve truly phenomenal image quality and detail in every shot. Offering exceptionally wide coverage, the Nikon D5 is designed with an incomparable autofocus system with incredible 153 focus points and 99 cross-type sensors. Equipped with an ISO range from 100 to 102400 (expandable to 3280000), the highest standard sensitivity in Nikon’s history, shoot even in the darkest conditions and beyond what the eyes can see.\n\nDiscover your masterpiece with the Nikon D5:

Mary Riepma Ross gets $7.7M endowment

History in the Making for the Ross!
The Friends of the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center are overjoyed by the announcement of a $7.7M endowment, given to the University of Nebraska Foundation by the late Mary Riepma Ross to benefit the movie theater bearing her name. This announcement marks one of the most significant days in the history of cinema on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus.

This historical timeline began in 1964, when Norman Geske was determined to recognize cinema as a major component of 20^th century art and included a theater in the Sheldon Art Museum. Another highlight arrived in 1973, when Norman hired Danny Lee Ladely to direct the movie program at the Sheldon. Danny quickly brought national attention to the Sheldon’s movie offerings and has continued to bring innovative independent movies to Lincoln, Nebraska for the past 40 years.

In 1990, thanks to the collaboration of Norman, Danny and Lucy Buntain Comine (who represents the Hixson Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts for the University of Nebraska Foundation), Mary Riepma Ross awarded the University of Nebraska Foundation an endowment of $3.5M to build a state-of-the-art, stand-alone movie theater. Construction of the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center was completed in January of 2003, and the facility is now entering its second decade of service.

Mrs. Ross’ most recent gift will allow the theater to provide thoughtful programming for art lovers and visitors to the Lincoln community—for decades to come.

On behalf of the The Friends of The Ross Board of Directors—and over 800 members of the Friends of the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, both past and present—congratulations to the Ross family, Norman Geske, Danny Lee Ladely, Lucy Buntain Comine, and the University of Nebraska Foundation. Thanks to their collective vision, stewardship and partnerships, The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center will have an enduring legacy.

Danny Ladely, Director, The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
Tom Graf, President, The Friends of The Ross
Jacqueline Ostrowicki, Vice President, The Friends of The Ross
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