The Register

Bike Union’s unique requirements

Jane Gawecki, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

Everyday around 3:05 p.m., a wave of Central students storms The Bike Union and Coffee stationed parallel to Capitol Hill. Pupils use this space to talk, wait for rides and study after a long day. Even though this shop is used daily by Central kids, not much is really known about The Bike Union. ...

Oklahoma Joes Review

Oklahoma Joes Review

Dillon Galloway, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

Looking to grab a bite of barbeque? Many say Oklahoma Joe’s is the best location in Omaha. Being largely acclaimed by critics, it feels as if they flaunt their reputation throughout the store. It felt like the first thing that caught my eye when I walked in and continued to draw away from my experience as I continued t...

Ansel’s Pastrami and Bagels review

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Nestled in between Noli’s Pizzeria and Ground Floor Guitar, Ansel’s Pastrami and Bagels is a modern restaurant located on 4007 Farnam Street. When you first walk in, you notice the contemporary design of the place, very sleek and clean. The server was very nice and greeted us as we walked in. Looking...

Coffee Check

Emily Hodges, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Coffee’s main purpose is to provide caffeine, but another crucial point is its taste. In Omaha, there is a wide variety of coffee shops ranging from national chains like Starbucks to local stores like Dundee Double Shot.  Everyone knows about Starbucks and has probably had it once or twice, but local ...

Hartland review

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien, editor-in-chief

November 8, 2019

Omaha has a surprising drought in regard to truly solid barbecue restaurants. One would expect a plethora, considering our proximity to Kansas City, but alas, we are desperately low on great barbecue. One of these few great restaurants is Hartland Bar-B-Que in Benson. When you walk into Hartland,...

How to avoid ever-increasing concert ticket prices

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

The CHI Heath Center is home to many concerts held here in Omaha. Soon, Omaha will welcome Phil Collins, Nelly, Pattie LaBelle, the Jonas Brothers, Blue October, Jason Aldean, Billie Eilish and so much more. With so many people anticipating a seat to watch their favorite musicians perform, buying a ticket...

Central’s ‘Duct Tape’

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

‘Duct Tape,’ Central’s literary magazine, is upping its publicity which has many Central students excited.   Duct Tape is a student lead publication. The four honors writers who run the publication are seniors Claudia Richwine, sophomores Daniel Graham and Chineme Ekeh and freshman Isabella Mitchell....

Tired Texan Review

Alexis Radke-Chism, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Tired Texan is a barbecue restaurant located on 108th and L street. It is known for its barbecue sauce and their famous dessert, banana pudding.      The menu is small, but it has a variety of barbecue options that include specialty items for different diets. Additional sections include app...

Clairo concert

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

Clairo had a successful concert on Friday, Oct. 4 in Kansas City. She performed with three other bands as part of Middle of the Map Music Festival. This concert was part of her North American tour for her new album, “Immunity.”  The event was originally supposed to be held outside at Cros...

Punk stabs back

Punk stabs back

Emma Whaley, Editor-in-Chief

October 15, 2019

Death by Brutus is a rock band made up of Central seniors. Members Flynn Rickerl, Thomas Richardson and Dexter and Sinatra Skillestad formed the band after pursuing music in years prior.  “During guitar sophomore year, I started talking to Dex and Sin and we started a little trio,” F...

Duct Tape; Central’s literary magazine

October 15, 2019

‘Duct Tape,’ Central’s literary magazine, is upping its publicity which has many Central students excited.   Duct Tape is a student lead publication. The four honors writers who run the publication are seniors Claudia Richwine, sophomores Daniel Graham and Chineme Ekeh and freshman Isabella Mitchell....

Clothespin art around Omaha

Stella Ehrhart, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

“Life is funner than most of us make it,” secret artist “TM” said. Clothespin art may have been noticed by the people of Omaha on telephone poles all over town. They are watercolor artworks featuring large clothespins created and hung by mystery artist TM.  The art is used as a way to take use of the pu...

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