Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Green Lincoln

by Julie Nichols Lincoln is home to all things growing—especially community-driven outdoor spaces. Our public gardens green spaces and wild parks make neighborhoods richer, offer learning experiences about the natural world, provide colorful waystations and places to play, and offer...

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Lied Center Turns 30

by Michele Tilley and Matthew Boring  Celebrating its 30th anniversary season, the Lied Center for Performing Arts welcomes the world’s greatest artists to its stage, featuring the biggest season of Broadway in Lied history, amazing classical programs, top dance performances...

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Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center

by Tegan Colton A crescendo of calls, chirps, hoots, bellowing croaks and soprano twitters greet visitors to the historic Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center at all hours of the day. The wildlife preserve  20 minutes south of Lincoln at 11700...

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Dancing in the Streets

by Catharine Huddle Mavis Staples rocked the street in front of the Zoo Bar during its 46th anniversary in July 2019, bringing her legendary rhythm and blues and gospel to a street full of hot but happy fans.  The bar,...

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So Many Beautiful Trails

By Judy Shutts Lincoln trails help make a healthy city. Lincoln’s trails entice and tempt people to go outside, contribute to the city’s quality of life and provide ecological connections and corridors for other species that occupy urban spaces. They...

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Beer Drinking in Lincoln

by Tyler A. Thomas If you’re new to Lincoln, it might surprise you to discover that Lincoln has quite the craft beer scene that is starting to rival popular craft beer cities in Oregon and Colorado. With a rich history...