Category: Arts & Culture

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Beer Drinking in Lincoln

by Tyler A. Thomas, author of Nebraska Beer Great Plains History by the Pint and founder/managing editor of NebraskaFoodie.com It might surprise you to find out that Lincoln has quite the beer scene that is slowly beginning to rival cities...

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A Growing Downtown

Less than five years ago, railroad tracks ran through the area that has now become a center of Lincoln’s nightlife. When the people of Lincoln voted to approve the public-private partnership that built the Pinnacle Bank Arena, they also approved...

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Sheldon Museum of Art

by Ingrid Holmquist Sheldon Museum of Art is a must-see in Lincoln on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. Its striking architecture draws in passersby with its travertine columns and expansive windows. Bequests from Mary Frances Sheldon (1892–1950) and her brother...

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Public Art Abounds

by Sriyani Tidball It seems that every year a new piece of art is unveiled in our Lincoln—a city that satisfies art lovers. There are more than 100 pieces of public art on display throughout the city. Public art in...

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Lincoln, the Good Life

  Welcome to Lincoln, our star city, located in America’s heartland, right in the middle of the country, almost equidistant from California and New York. Named after our 16th president, Lincoln, it is the second most populated town in the...

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Summertime is Music Time

Summer nights and live music go together, and Lincoln has an amazing selection of summer music festivals. Local and international artists; classical, rock, blues, jazz or country; in a majestic church or under the stars, we have them all. Some...

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DAYTRIPS FROM LINCOLN

by Amy Stouffer When the call of the open road beckons, there’s no shortage of options for those of us living in Lincoln. Sure, the Star City boasts plenty to see and do right here within the city limits—but if...