Every Saturday from 3:00 to 6:00pm Kim Komando helps listeners understand and expand their digital lifestyles. For the latest news from the digital world and answers to your burning tech questions about smartphones, tablets, e-readers, computers, cameras, the Internet, security or anything else digital, tune in to the Kim Komando show on The Mighty 1290 KOIL.
Sunday Morning 7:00am
Bringing Christ to the Nations...
and the Nations to the Church
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Ted Price and his merry band of investment "experts" analyze the markets and try to predict the best opportunties for callers and listeners every Sunday at 1:30 on The Mighty 1290 and www.mighty1290koil.com. "Asking Price" is brought to you by Allies Limited, a local private equity firm. Allies Limited, "We Know The Way".
Mulberry Lane decided to bring their busy lives to live radio with a show based on sisterhood, womanhood, motherhood, and the humor and mishaps of trying to juggle it all– woven together with music, harmony and a dash of wit. “The Mulberry Lane Radio Show” Saturdays at 10:00am to Noon on The Mighty 1290 and www.mighty1290koil.com.
Paul Vojchehoske and Jeremy Aspen
Saturdays at 7:05am
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“It’s the Beat!” is a variety show that features interviews with national and local media stars with hosts Karen Sokolof Javitch and Jody Vinci. “It’s the Beat!”, Saturdays from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm on The Mighty 1290 KOIL and www.mighty1290koil.com . The show will also feature some of Karen's award winning music.
Mark Walters defends our freedoms and brings a frank discussion of the right to defend your life to FREEDOM loving Americans EVERY Sunday evening on Armed American Radio, LIVE from 7:00 to 11:00pm on The Mighty 1290 and www.mighty1290koil.com. Patriotic Americans are needed to stand up and defend our Constitutional rights now more than ever.
This is the 11th season for the Tempo of Twilight outdoor concert series at Lauritzen Gardens. With the combination of wonderful sounds from local bands and beautiful, lush gardens- it is a harmonious blend of music and nature. The family-friendly concerts are held every other Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. They are included with garden admission and are FREE for garden members and children under 6. Guests are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs, as well as their own food and beverage. They can sit back, relax and enjoying the ambience of the garden or get up and dance on the festival garden patio. For the convenience of the visitor, the garden and gift shop are open until 8 p.m. and the café serves an abbreviated menu with a featured $6.50 dinner special each week. Concerts are held rain or shine. Click Here for more details! Click here to get registered!
Join us for a day of bacon-inspired cuisine, entertainment, and fun family activities that...yes, we're going to say it...SIZZLES!
BaconFest Omaha features a Kids' Corral (play area) with tons of carnival games, rides, art projects and more, vendor booths, Omaha bands, a Farmland Bacon Cook-off and lots and lots of bacon!
Simply put, BaconFest Omaha is FOOD - FAMILY - FUN!
September 7, 2014 from 1 PM - 6 PM
Dr. Kent Brantly, who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa while helping fight its largest outbreak in recorded history, will be released from Atlanta's Emory University Hospital on Thursday, spokesman Vince Dollard said.
On Wednesday, angry residents of West Point, one of the poorest slums of Liberia, clashed with police when they discovered that the government has quarantined the entire area in an effort to contain the spread of Ebola. This comes on the heels of another incident at West Point a few days ago, when people attacked an Ebola clinic, releasing patients and taking bedding and other items. When the international community heard about the incident, it could not understand such reckless behavior in the face of a deadly outbreak. But living here in Liberia, we understand.
Formed by volcanoes and steeped in a rich history of Polynesian culture, Hawaii sounds more like a place in a fantasy novel rather than an American travel oasis.
When night falls, it's pitch dark on Ellison Drive, except for one street light shining on three school children shooting hoops.